Saturday night, after a long day at work, we decided to try out a new place. My stipulations were that I wanted something new and I wanted some good beer or wine. It took a bit to decide, but we finally selected Farm to Fork in Leander. It had pretty good reviews on Yelp and was close, so we decided to give it a chance. After a slight detour( I missed it behind the gun shop!), we made it. It was tiny and eclectically decorated and there were about 10 people in line ahead of us. I was a little concerned we'd have to go back to the drawing board. Fortunately, some of th people did to go orders, a few people finished, and some spots opened up at the bar. The best part of the bar was that I could see everything going on with the food prep, which was a show in itself. The place was slammed and the sous chef let us know that they were short staffed that night. I was still optimistic and wanted to give it a shot. We ordered some local craft beers (I can't remember the name, but they were tasty.) We made our selections and then got to watch the chefs create our dish and many others.
Mike picked the MooPig, which was described as a meatloaf made with beef and sausage on a sandwich with cheese. He also ordered a side of Amazing Mac and Cheese. The Amazing Mac and Cheese was a yummy mac and cheese with bacon and truffle oil. I picked the turkey bacon club, which included 2-3 types of cheese and was grilled to perfection. My sandwich was huge and despite being hungry, it conquered me, so Mike had to help me finish. I also had a side of the Amazing Mac and Cheese, but all the sides sounded and looked amazing. We definitely enjoyed watching the chefs cook and interact with the staff and the food was fabulous to. This was a great find and we can't wait to go back and taste more treats from Chef Shelley and Chef Amy!