We took a long weekend trip to Boston in October 2013 and had some delicious food!
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.
1415 Washington St. Boston, MA 02118
November 11, 2015
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July 6, 2015
Tonight marks 1 week since the launch of Charlotte Veggie! I am overwhelmed by the positive response and I can already tell that all of you will be energizing and evolving this site. I thank you dearly. I also want to give an enormous shout-out to my Creative Team in this post. These people were instrumental [...]
October 28, 2015
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