Norwich lead twice and had a goal ruled out after a lengthy VAR deliberation but Spurs came from behind in the second-half to take a point.
Speaking post-match, Farke said: “It's a good result against a top-class club who was in the Champions League final with a world class, experienced coach [Jose Mourinho] and top-class players.
“For a newly-promoted side to come away from their second game in three days and invest so much into these games, it's a good point.
“Although, we are a bit disappointed several decisions didn't go in our favour. We conceded so late and it was unnecessary but I think it's a good point.
“It's a good start to the second half of the season but we are a little bit disappointed it's not three points."