It’s not hard to see why the Southern California restaurant Farmer Boys has earned such a loyal following since opening in 1981.
Farm-fresh food, generous portions, homegrown goodness and family pride are the foundation of Farmer Boys restaurants. With a commitment like this, it’s not hard to see why the Southern California restaurant has earned such a loyal following since first opening. Since 1981, Farmer Boys has continued to grow across California thanks to their ahead-of-the-trends core belief in serving farm-to-table choices without the wait.
Farmer Boys recognizes the importance of transparency and helping guests make the best choices for themselves and their families as part of a healthy lifestyle. As part of this commitment, Farmer Boys continues, year after year, to work closely with Healthy Dining’s team of registered dietitians to offer several hand-picked and dietitian-recommended Healthy Dining menu choices:
Denver Omelet with Fresh Fruit Get your day started off on the right foot with this hearty omelet made with diced ham, bell peppers and onions then served with a side of fresh fruit and two slices of naked wheat toast. To make this a dietitian-recommended Healthy Dining choice, be sure to request egg whites in place of whole eggs.
Farmer’s Chopped Cobb Salad This salad tastes as good as it looks and makes you feel! It includes char-broiled chicken breast, shredded cheddar cheese, Hass avocado and juicy diced tomato top farm-fresh salad greens. Be sure to request no bacon on your salad to manage calories, fat and sodium and keep this a Healthy Dining choice. Analysis does not include choice of dressing.
Sourdough Chicken Avocado Sandwich Sourdough has been earning a reputation not just for flavor but also for probiotics and for a reduced effect on blood sugar. These healthy rewards plus the taste make this an easy choice. The sandwich includes char-broiled chicken breast, Provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato and avocado all on grilled garlic sourdough. Be sure to request no mayonnaise and no bacon, both of which add extra fat and calories.