Founding Farmers Help!
So none of the things I really like there are very light for summer- the lobster mac and cheese was very good when I had it, the pot roast was really good, the meatloaf was good.
I also like the cornbread. Portions are huge, I couldn't eat three courses if I tried.
I saw the tomato soup and grilled cheese that looked good and the salads looked great. I thought the fried green tomatoes were good, but they had a lot of breading- would have been very tasty as a BLT, though.
That's my two cents on it. Oh the veggie sandwich also looked particularly good. I have wanted to go back to try that and the grilled cheese just have been too many other places to eat recently.
The skirt steak enchilada platter has been ordered by dining partners two times I've been there and it has looked extremely good and ENORMOUS. You would be hard pressed to find someone able to eat an appetizer, entree, AND dessert at FF. By the way, don't waste your time with their flatbreads. They're really just some toppings on sliced baguette. Not melted or anything.
I've ordered and tasted quite a few things here.
housemade potato chips with three dips (best green goddess dressing)
buttermilk fried chicken salad with honey mustard (really juicy fried chicken and the dressing had a kick)
lobster mac and cheese
grilled cheese with french fries and tomato soup (super rich and divine)
veggie sandwich (really hearty and large)
beef stroganoff (meat was braised well but otherwise bland)
cheese puffs (way too greasy)
cheese platter (overpriced, and they left off many of the sides and wouldn't bring them to us)
Enjoy! Don't be alarmed if they are out of seemingly vital ingredients (i.e. bread), or if the waitstaff is unknowledgeable or rude. I have enjoyed my experiences there despite minor complications.