Recently, my wife and I, along with Carol Longacre of Longacre Construction in Lewisville and Angie Cox of Allegiance Title in Flower Mound had a fabulous lunch at Prime Farm to Table restaurant in Flower Mound.
Nestled cozily on Long Prairie Road, just south of Dixon Road, the latest dining experience in town features a relaxed atmosphere with a touch of Dallas bistro in its New American cuisine.
If you’re looking for a mouth-watering meal made with the freshest meats and vegetables from local Texas farms, it just made its debut on FM 2499. As more people turn toward healthy eating they’ll be looking for meals that satisfy the natural urge for pleasures of the palate, while not putting a strain on the paunch.
With a new exciting menu every day, this little gem is going to attract a wide variety of discerning diners throughout the Metroplex.
The cream of ginger carrot soup was not only scrumptious (I wanted to lick the bowl, however, it seemed inappropriate in a classy establishment), but it seemed to improve my eyesight, if you know what I mean.
I had the 8-ounce Texas Wagyu Beef Burger, while Annette had the House Smoke Salmon Sandwich. My first bite of that succulent beef, covered with cheddar, lettuce and tomato, and delicately sprinkled with mustard onion jam, caused me to wonder how it could be that lip-smacking sensational, while not being a threat to the waistline.
There’s so much to like about this place that it would take several pages to describe it. Keep in mind; this was merely a lunch experience.
I’m truly eager to go back for their dinner entrees, which I’m certain, will not disappoint. In addition, I’m looking forward to selecting from their modestly priced, but superior wine list.
Brothers Matt and Chris Flahaven, Manager and Executive Chef respectively, are Lantana residents with a distinguished record in the restaurant industry. This long-anticipated enterprise is a welcome addition to our little burg.
My wife and I, along with our friends, have been enjoying the many new opportunities to dine locally. These days, there are more than enough selections for the community to choose from. Prime was a home run for us the first time at bat.
You can learn more about it out at www.primefarmtotable.com