Elephant Walk

We took a long weekend trip to Boston in October 2013 and had some delicious food!

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Elephant Walk offers French and Cambodian food which reflects the founders’ cultural backgrounds. It is best stated on their website: “The Elephant Walk has something for everyone, offering a bi-cultural menu with a broad range of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. Our chefs strive to maintain healthy, nutritious and innovative menus.” They have a (well labeled by cuisine and diet) menu that changes regularly but I had the Tofu Et Legumes Grillés: Pan-seared organic tofu topped with grilled eggplant and acorn squash with a green ginger curry.  For dessert, the Tarte Chocolat Au Caramel: a tartlet filled with semi-sweet chocolate and caramel. The restaurant is fairly big but dimly lit providing both a cozy atmosphere for two or a formal feel a larger party celebrating.

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Elephant Walk
http://elephantwalk.com
1415 Washington St. Boston, MA 02118
(617)247-1500

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