The Farmhouse at Serenbe serves produce grown at their farm on the property or from a local small farm. The seafood is wild caught and sometimes the meat is local and/or 100% grass fed, ask for specifics.
The menu changes weekly, and what’s offered depends on what’s available from the farms. The menu typically consists of 5 or 6 starters with a similar amount of entrees. The variety of entrees offered include seafood, pork, lamb, steak and maybe a dish without protein as a vegan option.
What I ordered
We started with the Serenbe Farm’s Green Salad which was so fresh and nicely adorned with candied pecans, dried cranberries (not craisins lol), goat cheese, and drizzled with a delish housemade mustard shallot vinaigrette. For our entrees we chose the Hand Harvested Scallops and Pan Roasted Grouper. The scallops arrived on a bed of sorrel risotto, topped with a trout roe. The scallops were cooked to perfection and literally dissolved in our mouths, so moist and light. The risotto was quite unique with an earthy tone and was simply amazing. The grouper was cooked to perfection as was the winter squash and zucchini medley. The seasonings on the veggie medley were fresh, tasty, and not overpowering.
The Farmhouse at Serenbe has a charming farmhouse feel with separate rooms, lots of French doors, bookcases, and fireplaces. The room where we were seated was dimly lit making for a romantic ambiance; too bad I didn’t have a date…but I digress. There is a full bar at the front of the restaurant that opens an hour earlier for dinner pre-drinks. Although this is a fine dining establishment, it’s comfy and not “stuffy” fine dining.
The Farmhouse at Serenbe is a true Farm to Table experience. The Inn which houses the restaurant is located on the grounds of the Serenbe Farm which in itself is a serene and beautiful place. The food served is high quality, mostly clean and definitely delicious.