Red Farm has opened a location on the Upper West Side (2170 Broadway at 76th Street) to compliment the original restaurant on Hudson Street. The menus are the same - Asian fusion fare that blends Chinese, Thai, Korean and Western ideas (Katzs' Deli Pastrami eggroll anyone?). Expect a lively crowd of diners and a setting that borders on "family style". Quiet and romantic it is not, but the food is interesting and well prepared. Prices mirror the location. Choosing a variety of dishes will ratchet up your bill quickly. No reservations accepted, but if you call the restaurant just prior to your visit they will place your name on the waiting list prior to your arrival.
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