Farm Fresh – Restaurant Review

Before I start out with the review, a small note that I was invited to try the food by the owner of Farm Fresh, Mr. Rashid.

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So the owner of Farm Fresh, invited me to try out the food served by them and offered to deliver at my residence, but as my current residence was out of the delivery area, thus Mr. Rashid offered to deliver the food at my workplace which was very thoughtful of him.

Before I list down the items that I ordered, here’s a little background about this place, so Farm Fresh is not your typical restaurant. They have a very unique offering, they serve you food in two ways :

  1. Ready to Eat (Like normal restaurants)
  2. Ready to Cook (This can be grilled/fried/baked by you)

My food order consisted of both the items, I ordered :

Ready to Eat : Chicken Malai Seekh, Chicken Malai Tikka, Chicken Biryani & Chicken Schezwan Noodles.

Ready to Cook : Chicken Shami Kebab

Delivery Service : Swift & prompt service, the order was delivered at the expected time, neatly packed.

Rating : 5/5

Food : The food turned out to be really delicious.

I am an ardent fan of Seekh Kebabs and totally loved the Chicken Malai Seekh Kebab. Chicekn Malai Tikkas were also very juicy, soft and tasty.

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Now coming to Chicken Shami Kebabs, since I had ordered it in the ready to cook form, instead of baking it, I shallow fried it in pan and to my surprise, it turned out perfectly well.

Here’s a before and after snap:

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After tasting the starters, expectation with the main course had soared but I must say that I was a little disappointed with Chicken Biryani. It had very mild flavours and rice was sticky.

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Chicken Schezwan Noodles was nice and spicy.

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Rating : 4/5

Price : Reasonably Priced, Easy on the pocket!


Overall Rating : 4/5

Farm Fresh is a good solution when you have unannounced guests at your home and you wish to treat them to some juicy kebabs.



Noodles Upma – A Breakfast Story

Being a noodle lover, I really try to experiment with this ingredient and dish up a new recipe whenever I have some free time on hand. This weekend, I tried cooking my favourite and old recipe of Noodles Upma to satiate my cravings for spicy yummy noodles.

Here’s how you too can cook this delicious noodles in a jiffy, just follow the easy & simple recipe.



Things you’ll need:

Noodles : 100 gms

Black Mustard Seeds (Rai) : 1 tsp

Onions : 1-2 small onions, finely chopped

Bengal Gram Split & Skinned (Chana Dal) : 1 tsp

Black Gram Skinned : 1 tsp

Curry Leaves : 6-7 Nos.

Green Chillies : 2 Nos, finely chopped

Turmeric Powder : 1/2 tsp

Salt to taste

Oil : 1-2 tbsp

Red Chilli Powder / flakes as per taste

Black Pepper Powder as per taste

Method: Boil water in a pan, add 2-3 drops of cooking oil and turmeric powder, once it starts boiling, add noodles to the boiling water, allow the noodles to boil. Once they are ready, drain & keep them aside.

Heat oil in a deep pan, once the oil is warm, add chopped onions to it & fry them till they start turning golden, now add bengal gram & black gram, chillies, curry leaves and black mustard seeds. Fry them for about 2-3 minutes. Now add, boiled noodles & toss it well, so that all the ingredients are mixed properly. Add salt & red chilli flakes as per taste, toss it once again. Sprinkle some black pepper powder on top & serve.

Your easy to make, delicious breakfast is ready! Enjoy with a hot cup of tea/coffee 🙂