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Thomas Edition: Farm Up Table Restaurant

By Candace Nelson - 10:00 AM

Farm Up Table

When I travel, I like to plan things out. Not just for my sanity, but because it's a way I show love to my friends and family. I like help make things easy and pick things I think people would like. When I planned a trip to Farm Up Table, I was sure it was going to be a crowd-pleaser.

Farm Up Table

I had tried their food truck in the past, and I enjoyed it. But I had done my research on the place to make sure they had a menu with a variety of things for everyone to enjoy: fried rice balls, crab dip, salads, sandwiches, shrimp & grits, and more. 

Farm Up Table

After a long day, I was starving, so I started with Nona's Fried Rice Balls, which are parmesan risotto with baby peas surrounding fresh mozzarella rolled in breadcrumbs and fried crunchy. They were served with fresh tomato sauce. 

Farm Up Table

These were pretty dense - I wouldn't have minded some more creaminess inside. It was a pretty thick bite. But the flavor was there, and those peas were crucial. It was salty and unctuous in the best way.

Farm Up Table

For my main entree, I went with a muffuletta. It's not an option you see often in West Virginia, so I was super excited to try it. 

Farm Up Table

It may be an unfair benchmark that the only other traditional one I've had was at the original in New Orleans. First of all, this sandwich was huuuge. And it had the standard components - all of which were tasty! I just think the bread needed a little work; it felt apart and struggled to stand up to the pile of ingredients. I couldn't finish it in one sitting, but I definitely enjoyed leftovers.

Farm Up Table

Friends enjoy some other offerings - like these fries topped in cheese and a cuban sandwich. Which they enjoyed. 

Farm Up Table

I finished the meal with banana dessert that was delish.

Farm up table

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Grade: B

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