We went for a late Saturday night dinner at Red Farm. We had no reservations and the restaurant was full, but they seated us right away at one of the long rectangular communal tables. At first, I thought I wouldn't like the seating arrangement but it was really okay.
We ordered a few entrees and a few small plates and shared all. Food was unusual in taste and presentation and very delicious. Only dish we didn't like was the cold sesame noodles. It had an unusual unidentifiable taste that wasn't to our liking. When we mentioned this to our waiter he immediately took the plate back and substitutes a dumpling dish that was superb
Great fun tasty experience. Will definitely go back for more.
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