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4 stars for being a friendly, quaint, and healthful restaurant. It's tiny with 1 communal table inside and 2 tables outside. Breakfast menu is small but fresh and really delicious. I had the frittata which was delicious and it came with greens. Hubs had the daily toast which was loaded with fresh fruit! It was delicious. All of our food was. I had the chai latte with almond milk that also included matcha tea, so yum! All in all we enjoyed our breakfast and the friendly service.
Found farm:table on Yelp and decided to give it a try. My friend and I stopped by for brunch around 12:30 p.m. on a Saturday and it wasn't too crowded. All the seats were taken, but we got there as people were finishing up. We ordered the egg croissant and the toast of the day (I think that's what it was called -- had mascarpone and fresh fruit). I had the House Juice, which was pretty good but the cup was rather small for $3. My friend got a latte and she seemed to enjoy it. The egg croissant ($7.50) was good, but very small. The toast ($7.50) was very yummy, and it was pretty big. While we enjoyed the meal, this place was definitely more for the "look" and "hipstery" feel rather than food (I hope that makes sense). While it was a cute little cafe/restaurant, the food was overpriced (and serve in those paper dishes that are for fries...) and the restaurant was very small.
Glad to have tried farm:table, but won't be coming back.
Amazing breakfast on the last morning of my mother-daughter weekend!
Came on Sunday around 8:30am and had no wait. Ordered the egg croissant and daily toast to share- both were ridiculously fresh and delicious!!!! Friendly staff and even gave me a discount on coffee after I guzzled my latte!
Will most definitely be back on our next trip to SF!!
I'd like to be able to review this cafe, but both times that I was there, I couldn't seem to get past the extreme attitude that the employees seem to have (whether they mean to or not). The employees I have encountered there-guy in his 20s with that sort of trendy beard that screams "I am trying to be world-conscious but still want to be hip", and a girl (and I mean girl, not lady) who threw attitude my way at 7:30 in the morning-are snobs. They act like they think they are working at some hip, uber-Parisian cafe, and funny thing is that the baristas at the cafes in Paris I have encounterred are way more polite and customer-friendly that these two!
The first time I was there, I walked in and the bearded guy said with attitude that they were still closed. Cool. No problem. But two things: 1. you might want to keep the door shut to let people know that you're still closed, and 2. you might at least pretend to be a little friendly, given that I am the customer and you are the worker-yep you ARE the worker.
The second time I was there, there were maybe two other customers sitting at the community table, and three people working behind the counter. I went up to try and order a latte, and the uptight lady told me (yes TOLD me, but with a slight attitude) "it will be a few minutes"...umm....there's hardly anyone here and there are three people behind the counter! If it's an issue of timing-that they are still opening up, then you may want to come in EARLIER so you can start the opening process EARLIER.
Other times I have walked past the place, I would look as I am walking past, and the employees seem to not have much experience working in a cafe establishment in a big city-they seem to be moving soooooo slowwwwww...OMG. Seriously!!! They all seem to just be hanging out. If I am on my way to work in the morning, I am realizing that I wouldn't want to go in there for coffee because it's really not a place to get coffee in the morning on my way to work unless I have 2 hours to spend just hanging out before work!
The over-all beef I have is the attitude. STOP with the attitude and just be nice to everyone!
Wish I could say how delicious the food and coffees are but I can't seem to get there!
Fantastic fresh food and coffee. Small shop so it isn't suitable for large groups (they only have one large table inside which is usually occupied, then 2 small tables outside).
Small menu, think there were a total of 4 food options and then an array of coffee choices. I am guessing these are constantly changing and updating. I had the egg croissant and a iced latte. Perfect start to the day.
Coffee - 5* - good quality, cheap, well made
Sando - 4* - exceedingly expensive for what you get but very tasty. Quality over quantity (or 400% profit).
Shop 4.5* - nice friendly staff, chilled music, great atmosphere.
What a cute and small cafe shop!
Do get their homely chai tea latte and make it a delicious combo with their daily toast or quiche!
Their daily toast looks wonderful and it changes everyday so you don't know what toppings they are going to be putting up next!
You can't go wrong with quiche! Their quiche is yummy and complimented well with the chai latte or coffee if you were to have coffee with it! They also have other pastries, but the daily toast and quiche would be on my top choices to get!
It's a great spot to just chill at, grab a small bite with a cup of coffee or chai tea and enjoy!
This place is TINY. There is one communal table inside where you can squeeze 8 people, 10 if you reallllly squeeze. There are some standing room & tables right outside the restaurant. We came because we heard about their farm to table menu which changes daily. There's usually only 3 items on the menu so it changes pretty regularly. We got the 3 things there was that day, but let's start with the coffee. The ice coffee was phenomenal, and their ice chai latte was even better. We'll definitely be going back there when we come back to SF
My boyfriend and I were looking for something quick but authentically local with great coffee and breakfast- this place hit the spot. We were lucky to grab one of the outdoor tables for two. My dirty chai latte with whole milk was a perfect blend of spice and sweet. We couldn't decide what to order, so ended up getting the daily toast (whipped marscapone, strawberries, and pistachios on focaccia), the croissant sandwich (boiled eggs, bacon, mayo, greens), and the frittata (asparagus & ham), and shared all three. I wish we'd thought to ask for our eggs soft boiled, but the croissant was flaky and delicious. The frittata was perfection as well, a light almost creamy puff of eggs with the saltiness of the ham and asparagus, and it was served with an absolutely glorious aioli. We saved the daily toast as our "dessert" and it was a tasty lightly sweet end to our breakfast. The softness of the cheese, pistachios, and strawberries melded perfectly with the crunchiness of the toast. Both of us were totally satisfied but not overly stuffed.
Went here for a quick breakfast. Ordered the bacon scone, ham and egg on a croissant, and a chai tea latte. Everything was super yummy and fresh. It was a small little place so definitely not good for groups, but we needed something quick before heading out to SFO and this was perfect! Would definitely come back here.
This is an awesome little spot to have breakfast. It was a rainy weekend in SF and wanted to start our day off with a light breakfast. Came across farm:table on Yelp and couldn't stop looking at the mouthwatering pics of the daily toast. This place definitely did not disappoint!
Tried the daily toast, which was the perfect amount of savory and sweet. The frittata was absolutely mouthwatering - light, fluffy and flavorful. I also had the chai tea latte which was made to perfection.
It's a really small spot and not the best for big parties. You need to be pretty lucky to get a spot at the table, I guess luck was on my side! This is another typical SF restaurant where you must be ok with being intimate with strangers since you could be sharing the main table with them. Can't wait to go back and enjoy breakfast here again.
First morning waking up in San Fran and my boyfriend and I decided to yelp breakfast places in the area. We are staying at the Ritz so this place was only about a 10 minute walk.
We walked in and were pretty disappointed that there was only one communal table in this itty bitty place. I think there were two two tops outside but it was raining so that wouldn't work. My boyfriend and I were almost out the door but decided to order coffee to go. I ordered a chai latte and he got a mocha. His mocha was good and my chai latte was alright- it had a little bit more spice than I like.
While we were waiting for our coffee a couple got up from the table opening up some space to sit. After we saw the food that some customers were eating we decided to just order and eat anyway and I am SO glad we did!
I ordered the croissant sandwich which came with hard boiled egg, prosciutto, Creme fraiche and baby arugula. It was just perfect. The combination worked. My boyfriend and I shared and I really could have gone for another. We also ordered mushroom and zucchini frittata. WOW. Was not expecting that! The aioli it came with was just delicious. I asked for an extra side that I slapped on my croissant also. (Hehe). Both items were light but filled us up. I didn't have a heavy full feeling. I was thoroughly satisfied with all elements of the food.
I know that the setting of the place is what makes this place and works for others but would be nice if there was more room. Since it's a quick bite I guess it really doesn't matter that you share a table. Overall I would definitely recommend and would absolutely go back.
A wonderful little place to have breakfast. And by little I mean little. They have only one table inside, just one, plus a few outside. But this adds to the experience. The staff is there to take care of you and serve the best food possible.
I got a frittata, which had broccoli, ham, onions - it was fresh out if the oven and was delicious. I also got their standard latte which they served in a glass and was very good.
The menu is not huge but it well thought out. They also offer pastries. My friend got banana bread and loved it. Highly recommend this place.
A friend decided upon this as a good meet-up spot when he was visiting the city. It was easy to find, and immediately I was worried that it was one of those 2-hour-wait brunch places. It was a beautiful day and somewhere between five and ten parties were hanging around outside, but luckily for us, there were only a few people actually in line. We were easily able to order (we had some sort of sausage special, he had a mocha, and I had the chai latte) and quickly found a spot in the sun to wait for our drinks.
For what I thought was a crowd, we got our drinks quickly. My latte was pretty good! It had a great amount of spice with every sip. We easily found someone to help us get a knife to cut our sandwich in half. The place was pretty small--probably hard to be a sit-down place when the weather isn't as nice, but we lucked out.
Overall it was a pretty simple spot. I enjoyed my drink, had an easy time understanding the setup, the employees were very nice, and service was quick. If I ever happened to be in this part of town looking for coffee (or a latte--I just had to treat myself to that over drip coffee, given the reviews) again, I probably would. It was a good experience--just nothing too blow-my-mind spectacular.
Perfect, perfect, perfect. If you're an East Coaster looking for a place that's open early, fresh and healthy, this is it. Teeny tiny, so either be prepared to take it with you or sit with your new friends at the single table. Flavors were bright, fresh and clean, latte was excellent. Loved it.
Frittata was really delicious. I was worried there'd be a ton of potatoes but everything was pretty balanced with the veggies. Their sauce was good. Coffee was alright. My Indian buddy thst was visiting couldn't resist trying the chai latte. He only had a few sips. =\ but I liked it! Wish I coulda to goed his cup but then that'd be weird... kind of. I would probably stop by if I were in the area but wouldn't make a trek down there just for their frittata-- there are too many other awesome places that are closer...
Meet the home of the sandwich that shut me up for a whole 15 minutes straight.
Oh holy wow! I believe I ordered the breakfast croissant with ham and a hard-boiled egg. The croissant, the ingredients, the vegetables, the egg and most importantly, that sauce coalesced so well together, it simply encompassed my soul. I also ordered a glass of almond milk - homemade! And I usually call almond milk "almond water" but wow, it was almost like drinking real milk (I'm trying to do this no-dairy thing and personally I think it's kinda wickity wack cuz I LOVE milk...but this almond milk was THA BUSINESS!)
My friends ordered some lattes and they looked like they enjoyed it immensely. There is also a community table and a "parklette" where you can eat on the sidewalk. It's a great place to go people watching. The owners are soooo super sweet and nice! I love how they are a family-owned business and truly care about their work, their food and their ingredients. I wish places like this were the norm and not the exception. I can truly say that this place embodies exceptional food...no doubt.
In the words of my good friend, after she finished her meal, she said, "You HAVE to yelp about this place!"
Cheers to a wonderful meal that I will be dreaming about.
OH BEST PART! No crazy SF brunch lines! We just walked in, ate, and walked out! SO refreshing! Best kept secret :) I think I may have let it out ;)
If you like subpar coffee with over the top snooty condescending attitude, this is your place. Dear snooty staff..You acted like you hold a PHD in "espresso" with your attitude when I ask for iced latte... However; you don't even know how to make a "DRY" cappuccino. "Dry" means mostly foam and a little milk; not a latte in a smaller cup. Mr. Professor barista, If you want act uppity you better have the skills to back it up! The sweet roll was good but not better than anywhere else. Save your money and self dignity and go somewhere else.
Creative use of space. Small interior, only seating inside is a communal table. Pretty good latte here. Ordered "Egg on a Croissant" - no sugar coating this name, it was literally a hard boiled egg on a croissant with some ham, cheese and lettuce. I'm a big breakfast eater and it was Not my favorite so next time I'll just grab coffee.