Appetizers were good, main courses were kind of a downer. Would only eat appetizers next time.
Have always loved this restaurant but it appears after calling for another reservation on the day following recent visit that they have "closed indefinitely?" I hope not...
Elephant Walk was informal and delicious, the perfect place for a get-together with an old friend.
disappointed, the vegan menu was poor, the beof bourginon was tough, , the french cider much too sweet,the avocado appetizer was very good
Delicious food and great service on a very busy day. Wait staff very personable and thoughtful. Well done!
We've been here many times -- love their vegetarian and seafood dishes. The restaurant is in the beautifully restored redbrick Henderson Carriage Building, which dates from 1892. The main dining room has high ceilings, golden light, comfortable seating, elegant decor, quiet ambiance. The Cambodian-French cuisine is light, flavorful, and varied. The service is friendly and prompt. Good wine list; also beer, cider, and cocktails. The menu has something for everyone.
The food and service was very good, as always. We'll always keep coming back!
The appetizers are awesome. Service was excellent
Delicious meal with a great atmosphere. Also very affordable!
Great food. Downstairs has a low ceiling and is unusually noisy.
This is my favorite place to take out of town guests on their first trip to the Boston area. The food is consistent and flavorful, the service is dependable, and it did not disappoint on this occasion.
One of our favorite restaurants. Always good.
After a disappointing meal here quite a few years ago, I forgot about Elephant Walk. Thanks to a gift certificate, I returned and had a very good meal. I appreciated seeing familiar favorites on the menu as well as some new items and specials. I always like the option to go for a Southeast Asian flavor or for French cuisine. I'll look forward to returning.
We really enjoy eating at the Elephant Walk. Lots of choices for those who eat gluten free.
We shared a Cambodgienne salad as an appetizer everyone enjoyed it. Those who could enjoyed the vegetarian rouleaux.
For entrees it was hard to tell who was happiest, but there was a pear crispy triangle served with the tuna that wa totally worthy of being its own appetizer.
We loved desserts trying the passion fruit mousse and the ille flottante.
Wonderful Cambodian food. An unusual cuisine but in a good way. New flavors for us. The pork shoulder with mushrooms was fantastic. The classic Cambodian chicken soup very good, especially if you like lemongrass. Only negative was slow inattentive servers. Standing around while water glasses sat unfilled for much too long. Overall worth it for the food.