We often associate healthy eating with fruits and vegetables. Most of the time, meat is not included in the healthy food list. That is why we stay away from tender steaks, juicy burgers, and crispy, smokey bacon. But at The Farm Organics Restaurant, we can have those mouth-watering slabs of meat without clogging our arteries! I love this restaurant because they serve Ketogenic and organic food.
Diners at The Farm Organics are served with hormone and antibiotic-free meat. Their meat comes from local cows that are certified, organically grass-fed and live in a cruelty-free farm in Masbate. The farm, which was bought by Asterio G. Favis in 1976, adheres to the natural processes of farming. This advocacy led to the farm’s certification by the Organic Certification Center of the Philippines (OCCP) in 2011. They take pride in raising free-range livestock, and harvest ingredients in a humane way.
The Farm Organics, with branches in Bonifacio Global City, Alabang, and Tagaytay also use organic eggs, butter, and vegetables in making their soups, salads, and dressings, making them a true organic resto. You will get to know more about organic food and the restaurant when you visit their branches in BGC and Alabang.
I visited the Alabang branch and ordered a medium-well Certified Organic New York Steak. Just as I expected, the meat was tender, juicy and so flavorful. If you’re a burger person, you have to try their Farmer’s Burger topped with a sunny side egg. It surely looked like a premium breakfast burger to me. The Grilled Organic Bone Marrow will leave you wanting and wanting for more. It was a sinful experience! To douse the flame of my sinfulness, I guzzled their fresh Watermelon and Avocado Smoothies. I just had to have more of the Farm Organics so I dropped by their BGC branch and sampled the Certified Organic Grilled Beef Ribs. It was the best choice ever!
The Farm Organics reminds us that we shouldn’t avoid meat to live a healthy life. Meat as long as its sources are organically fed and free from harmful additives can be healthy too. When we patronize restaurants like these, we are in turn helping the environment and our local farmers and growers. It is good to know that the more restaurants are opening and embracing the natural or organic way of growing, harvesting, and serving food.
For more updates, visit their Facebook page and check out their branches below:
Address: Forbeswood Heights, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Landline: 556-2478 / 831-7493
Address: Second Floor The Commerce Center, 1780 Commerce Corner Filinvest Avenue, Filinvest City, Muntinlupa City
Landline: 046 423-1450
Address: Twin Lakes, Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway, Tagaytay City, Tagaytay City