Boston >Peach Farm Restaurant
“Whether it's ginger and scallion lobsters, fresh river prawns, or orange flavor beef, Peach Farm will get it to your table before you finish that first cup of tea.”
“The waiter suggested today's speciall menu, very reasonable price, but on the bill, he charged 10 times of the suggested price, and he showed the paper on it he wrote down the cheaper price when he took order, but he added one more DIGIT!”
“our favorite restaurant in boston.”
“From what I have been told, this place used to be the best in Chinatown, but it started going downhill with change of staff in 2005.”
“Still family run and delivering plate after plate of consistently good Chinese food that doesn't skimp on flavor or portions.”
Terrible! The worst place I've even
been to. They say the tips you give is not enough and you should give how much...blabla.... And they push you to leave because there are more guests come in!!!
The tastes are terrible either. We ordered four dishes, including garlic lobster, bean oyster, Duck tone (Monochoria) and Sugar pea. All of them seem not cooked enough, and you can image the taste of half-cooked sea food----disgusting...
Highly NOT recommend this place!
Peach Farm apparently was exceptional, but it never appeared on my radar for a while until one day when I stumbled upon it with a friend after a heavy night of drinking.
The food here is exceptional Chinese fare.
My entire life I had been kind of sketched out by mollusks and crustaceans bathed in various Asian sauces, but as I matured I slowly eased myself towards an acceptance and a liking of it. Peach Farm's lobsters in ginger/scallion sauce were quite probably the last step in my transition towards a full appreciation of it, and I'm glad I went there. We also had some sort of spicy fried calamari dish that was particularly memorable as well.
Quite probably some of the best Chinese food I've had since I've moved up here and very few restaurants can give it a run for its money.
My go to Chinese place. I've been going to Peach Farm for years. How many? More than 10. The place hasnt changed a bit. Still family run and delivering plate after plate of consistently good Chinese food that doesn't skimp on flavor or portions. Though you can order American Chinese staples like General Gau's chicken , Peach Farm truly shines in seafood. Best to ask whats fresh today or try for one of the set menu options in the smaller yellow menu supplement handed out with the larger green menu. Whether it's ginger and scallion lobsters, fresh river prawns, or orange flavor beef, Peach Farm will get it to your table before you finish that first cup of tea.
decent chinese food.
typical cantonese restaurant. cheap eats, good quality, reasonable price. reasonably clean place. worth a try.
it's well hidden in basement level. you just have to look at their canopy and go down the steps.
Popular Chinatown seafood restaurant serves both the familiar and the bizarre..
Peach Farm's seafood is impeccably fresh and creatively presented, including steamed scallops on the half shell, with either black-bean or garlic sauce, and steamed jumbo crab with ginger and scallions. Among the more unusual dishes: crispy-fried bean cake stuffed with shrimp paste; spicy, salted soft-shell crab; and stir-fried geoduck with bean sprouts. Adventurous diners must try the sesame-tossed jellyfish with sweet daikon pickles.
I had a toothpick in my food. From what I have been told, this place used to be the best in Chinatown, but it started going downhill with change of staff in 2005. The food was average, until I ended up chewing on a toothpick in my seafood.
they cheated tourist-be careful!!!.
Although the shop was my favorite, I won't go there never again!!! Tonight, I took an Asian couple to the restaurant, so we looked like tourist. The waiter suggested today's speciall menu, very reasonable price, but on the bill, he charged 10 times of the suggested price, and he showed the paper on it he wrote down the cheaper price when he took order, but he added one more DIGIT!
Because they are my very important criant, I was terribly sorry for them...
So...BE CAREFUL, but it may be safer not to take someone important to you.
Great food at a great price!. You don't have to pay a lot to get a lot and that is how it goes at Peach Farm. It offers very authentic Chinese food that pleases the palate despite the hole in the wall feel to it. Take a look around while you dine and you can see many Chinese people coming to this place despite it being a weekday proves that 1-its a good deal 2- the food there is good too!
great food!. our favorite restaurant in boston. their clams in black bean sauce are great. We had the dinner for two package which included the clams. There was more than enough food for the two of us.
The Best Seafood in Boston.
forget Legal Seafood or McCormick and Schmicks
or any other local seafood restaurants..for the freshest seafood..the best prices..and the most flavorful preparations..Peach Farm is the place to go...the best place to go for fresh shrimp, crab, lobster, and my favorite eel..all swimming 5 minutes before they reach your plate..
and all expertly prepared..the owners, waitstaff and hosts are all beyond freindly as well..there is no better chinese restaurant in boston...
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