For such a tiny restaurant, Food Factory has a rather varied menu. Food Factory fills a much needed niche for well prepared, nicely served eclectic meals. Whether you'd like a full three course meal or just a sandwich, Food Factory offers many choices. I have eaten here a number of times and I particularly recommend the Vietnamese casserole. While the Asian offerings are not exactly authentic, they are still tasty. The French onion soup is served in a bread bowl and there is another soup as well. Everyone in our group has always complimented the food.
I particularly appreciate the careful service so you feel like you're actually being paid
attention to which is not always the case in a tourist town. FF is tucked into a corner of Fabrica Aurora, a mammoth art gallery showcasing some of the best art and home decor in SMA. You could miss Food Factory if you don't know where to look. As you enter Aurora, FF is immediately to your left. Keep in mind that you must go THROUGH the hamburger place to get to FF behind it. It sounds quirky but what you get is calm quiet, a welcome relief from the stimulation of the senses at Aurora. And of course you can eat there without entering the galleries themselves.
Wine is served, but a small selection as in most SMA restaurants. Beers are available too. Desserts were tasty and also a cut above some of the touristy places. I'm certainly returning to FF and recommend it to everyone looking for a pleasant dining experience.