We have been taking it on the chin lately because people do not understand what we are doing at Farm to Fork. Farm to Fork has been very different from the start, I like to say it is coloring way outside the lines, we play with food for a living and most who come enjoy it. This place was opened as a catering business and has since turned into a restaurant. I originally did not have a permit to be a restaurant due to the fact I did not have a public restroom. Everything that was produced in the beginning in the way of food had to be served in a to go container and we used plastic silverware to make sure we had the customer taken care of. There were originally 3 tables for the convenience of the customer to sit at while they waited for and sometimes consumed on premise, it seems so long ago.
I have stayed true to the beginning of Farm to Fork for several reasons. It is part of who we are and where we have came from, and it has been pretty hard to find staffing in Leander. We still have the plastic silverware on our tables for lunch service because we do not have the staffing to do otherwise. We try to keep it pretty simple other than we do our best to prepare great food on a daily basis. I do my best to source local foods, we do use some green compostable products that are expensive to reduce my carbon footprint but we are not capable of being 100 percent green.
We offer a very different menu on Friday and Saturdays. We offer fine dining in the restaurant that is served on plates along with servers, and white linen with real silverware. You can leave your suit and tie at home there is a comfort level of eating at a friends house. If you are looking at our fine dining photos that is some of the food that we offer on our weekend service at Farm to Fork. There is also a Saturday Brunch now available from 11 AM until 2 PM and that menu is always changing depending on the ingredients source. If you ever have any questions please feel free to call the restaurant or come on by to check us out.
Chef Shelley Pogue
512 246 8158