Elephant Walk, The - Boston
a perfect Mother's Day dinnerWe enjoyed a wonderful meal in a great atmosphere. Elephant Walk's decor is superb, the lighting is relaxing, and the servers are lovely. We always like the Prix Fixe menu that provides many choices for a great price. As a vegetarian, I greatly appreciate the ability to make almost any dish meatless! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who is openminded to trying different and delicious cuisine!5/12/2013 12:00:00 AMFabulous FoodThe food at Elephant Walk topped our high expectations. The menu was very interesting with lots of vegetarian and gluten-free choices (not a concern for any of the four of us, but nice to see) and the food was delicious. Everything we had was new to us and now a new favorite. I will recommend the restaurant to anyone who asks and will never miss a chance to eat there.5/9/2013 12:00:00 AMAmazing food!The food was delicious and had several options for
Diet preferences. Very reasonable prices for the quality of the food. I
Would return there every time I'm in Boston.5/6/2013 12:00:00 AMCambodian is a new cuisineCambodian is a new cuisine for me personally and I trusted the menu and felt very comfortable trying the trout dish. It was outside my wheelhouse but I LOVED it. Well cooked, perfect sides. Ended with some mint tea.4/28/2013 12:00:00 AMGreat for lunchAlways enjoy elephant walk for lunch. Food delicious and it's comfortable to hang out and visit. We had the shrimp curry dish, the steak and the tuna with two sauces. All were quite good. We've been coming a few times a year for many years and will continue.4/23/2013 12:00:00 AMDelicious and interestingDelicious and interesting food. Many vegan options.4/23/2013 12:00:00 AMExcellent food, prepared veryExcellent food, prepared very well and beautifully presented.4/20/2013 12:00:00 AMGreat restaurant week choiceGreat restaurant week choice - menu was great and all the food was delicious.3/29/2013 12:00:00 AMTried both the French andTried both the French and Cambodian options for Restaurant Week as a culinary adventure. Both were fantastic, thoughtful combinations of ingredients packed with flavor. I would definitely recommend this to anyone, especially those looking for authentic French food.3/29/2013 12:00:00 AMReally enjoyed the chickenReally enjoyed the chicken and pork dishes they had for Boston Restaurant Week.
Their salad was pretty awesome too.
Overall, a great experience. Would recommend it again!3/29/2013 12:00:00 AMWent to the Elephant WalkWent to the Elephant Walk in Boston for Restaurant Week - imagine my surprise when I was able to enjoy a fantastic four-course meal with a friend for less than the typical Restaurant Week prix fixe price. The ambiance was comfortable, and only became a bit noisy as the evening progressed and more parties showed up to the restaurant. The wait staff was considerate and polite. Would definitely visit again.3/29/2013 12:00:00 AMAlways a nice experience.Cambodian-French influence.Food is delightful for both vegan and non-vegan dinners. And it offers gluten-free selections as well. We had lunch but we have dined for dinner. This Boston location is better than the Waltham location in every regard.I have not tried the Cambridge location.3/28/2013 12:00:00 AMThe experience was amazing! EspeciThe experience was amazing!
Especially cause I have tasted a lot of the plates at my gf's family's houses, and they were cooked and taste really good!
Loved it!3/25/2013 12:00:00 AMWent out for a GNO it wasWent out for a GNO it was fantastic and affordable!3/22/2013 12:00:00 AMWe went for lunch during RestaurantWe went for lunch during Restaurant Week. It was fantastic. They made a good sampling of their menu available so we could try some of their more interesting dishes. Each was prepared with care and the flavros were clean and bright. I would absolutely go back.3/20/2013 12:00:00 AMThe enclosed patio area isThe enclosed patio area is a nice way to spend an evening on a snowy night in Boston.
Food is interesting, though I prefer the French side because of occasionally salty Cambodian side (most asian food is salty from fish sauce, soy sauce, etc.).
Mussels were nicely cooked though I had one that didn't open that should have been fished out. Duck breast was nicely cooked medium rare.
Only real negative was the chocolate truffle cake came out too cold, so it was too hard to eat.3/19/2013 12:00:00 AMElegant and delicious--hadElegant and delicious--had a great meal at a European pace in a beautiful restaurant. Can't wait to go back.3/18/2013 12:00:00 AMI love this place!!!! TheI love this place!!!! The cooking is creative, healthy and mouth-wateringly good. The French and Cambodian menu options mean that you can go with vegetarian items and not feel deprived, or you can go with decadent items, or both. It's always quiet enough at Elephant Walk to have a conversation, but it's filled with other people who are loving it too. There are interesting cocktails and lovely wine options. We go here regularly and have never had anything less than a great meal with great service.3/15/2013 12:00:00 AMTasty Food, Nice AtmosphereI like this restaurant. The food is good, and interesting.
The blending of Cambodian and French cuisine is a hit!2/28/2013 12:00:00 AMLOVE THE ELEPHANT WALK!Our regular attendance at the Elephant Walk should be review enough. We love this place! Recently I went online to try to make a home version of their spicy mussels (Leah Chah) and was delighted to find a recipe by their very own chef. The mussels we made were almost as good as the ones we get in the restaurant. Perhaps we'll have to dine in again soon for cooking tips.2/2/2013 12:00:00 AM