The Farm Organics in Alabang, Where Organic Beef Burgers Originated
Craving for a burger but are too health conscious to deviate from your diet plan? Don’t you worry because The Farm Organics in Alabang will not make you regret that big serving of delicious burger!
What makes The Farm Organics different is it is one of the first restaurants to ever serve domestically produced organic beef. Compared to famous fast food chains, this restaurant offers equally delicious yet affordable burgers.
They are also known as the first certified organic beef restaurant in the Philippines that offers free-range, no antibiotics and no added hormones distributor of organic beef in the country. The cattle meat they use for their tasty burger patties is raised organically, meaning the cattle are only allowed to be fed with 100% organic feed.
Some of their best selling burgers include the Certified Organic Double Cheese Burger (Php 420) made from two 150-gram burger patties, cheese, organic lettuce, and sauce sandwiched between two sesame seed buns.
Certified Organic Double Cheese Burger (Php 420)
Another star burger from their special burger choices is The Certified Organic Farmer’s Burger (Php 420). This best-selling burger consists of a 200-gram patty, organic egg, and nitrite-free bacon garnished with tomatoes, onions, pickles, cheese, and organic lettuce. Diners can choose from either Brioche bun or Sesame seed bun.
Farmer’s Burger (Php 420)
Aside from their best sellers, they also offer Certified Organic New York Rib Eye Steak (Php 630/regular) served with mushroom gravy and blue cheese butter. For refreshers, they have fresh fruit smoothies such as the Avocado and Watermelon Smoothie (Php 190 and Php 140).
Certified Organic New York Rib Eye Steak (Php 630)
Avocado and Watermelon Smoothie (Php 190 and Php 140)
Visit The Farm Organics at 2/F The Commercenter Alabang, Commerce Ave., Filinvest City, Muntinlupa City. They are open from Mondays to Thursdays from 11 am to 2 pm, and Fridays to Sundays from 11 am to 11 pm.
This also appears in Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine May 2019 issue.
Images courtesy of The Farm Organics, Alabang
Written By: Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno
Updated as of April 30, 2019