Farm to table, it's been done before but not like this. We accidentally stumbled across Yasmine's farm-to-table stop, which lies halfway between St. Teresa and Montezuma only a month after its opening. Our eyes might've first caught the pop of the restaurant's bright colored exterior awnings and signage ("Fresh Craft Brews!", "Organic Veggies", etc) as we drove past on the deserted dirt road, but it was our palettes and stomach that were left truly fulfilled. Founder Yasmine greets you herself -- she's a firecracker exploding with ideas for expanding her permaculture-inspired foodie retreat (i.e. make-your-own-pizza-Sundays, ask her about it) -- with a daily menu that runs the gamut of local, fresh, wild caught coconut snapper and passion fruit salad to yucca gnocchi (to die for!) and Caesar salad. Even the sides ... sweet plantains in a thick balsamic and the crushed hot sauce/paste from habaneros grown on their adjacent farm, which there's apparently a map to explore if you happen to come during the day, all feel like tasting something for the first time on their freshness alone. The plates were overflowing with greens and all you had to do was look to the left at a bundle of tomatoes growing next to your table to see where it all came from ... incredible! It's off the beaten path, but worth the trip! We'll be going back for sure. #puravida at its finest. Such an unexpected adventure and treat! GO!
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