If you haven’t had any plan for the weekend, maybe you can pay a visit to this unique restaurant – it’s actually a farm right in the middle of the city! The Farm Foodcraft is a dining concept that epitomes the garden to plate concept. The eatery plants its own fruit plants, vegetables and herbs throughout a beautifully breathtaking space. Located right in The Sphere in Bangsar South, you’ll be surprised by the amazing restaurant’s design.
The Farm: Bright and welcoming restaurant
The Farm Foodcraft is welcoming and bright. The main dining hall is presented with glass walls giving a simple and transparent view. It is adorned with hanging vines too. The whole eatery adapts a green concept with plants scattered aroung the dining area. The main is filled with rattan and repurposed furnishing, with the soaring ceiling’s centrepiece of a ‘chandelier’ layered with various plants.
The restaurant also has its own urban farm – indoor, outdoor and hydroponic. All the food served was harvested on that day itself – so you won’t be disappointed with the quality of the food.
You’ll be spoilt with choices
The menu at The Farm is expected to be seasonal – changing every three months. All the menu are completely pork-free with plenty of vegetarian options. It is complete with starters, soups, pasta, mains and save for the last – desserts. One is spoilt for choice and the pricing is reasonable too. Generous servings at affordable prices.
You can start off with cold-pressed juices and smoothies; beautifully presented and looks like a mocktail. For those who usually shun green drinks might find all the fresh juices appealing.
Reasons to visit The Farm Foodcraft
There’s a lot of reasons why you should try The Farm. It’s a beautiful space that relaxes the soul and fresh and healthy food that nourishes the body. There’s a cocktail lounge offering alcoholic drinks thaat will depend heavily on the fruits and herbs here too. This eatery absolutely has the potential to become the most interesting urban eatery in KL.
The Farm Foodcraft
The Sphere, Bangsar South City
Daily: 10:30am – 10pm