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Peach Farm Restaurant

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4 Tyler St Boston MA 02111
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(617) 482-1116
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With a 2am curfew for bars, Boston is not a late-night town. But it is a drinking town. So there are still plenty of places that stay open in the name of hangover prevention. These spots dish full men...view moreus until at least 1:30am most days, and in some cases, all 24 hours. view less

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Judging from the "lines out the door", diners seeking "delicious" Chinese food (including live fish from a tank, "cooked the way you want it") aren't deterred by the "cramped quarters" of this late-night basement hideaway in Chinatown; it's the type of place where your "best bet is to ask the waiter for help" or "point to what your neighbor is having" – either way, you'll be paying...

This salmon-walled Chinatown hideout won't wow you with its style. So the crowds must be explained by its substance. Sure enough, the kitchen excels at some very unusual dishes, like crispy-fried bean cake stuffed with shrimp paste; in…

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35

Chinatown's go-to place for fresh seafood is a subterranean hideaway with no notable decor. You won't be looking around much anyway -- the service is so fast that just saying "calamari" seems to make spicy dry-fried salted squid materialize. Main courses follow almost instantly: messy clams with black-bean sauce, Cantonese-style lobster, braised chicken or beef hot pot, an emerald-green pile of...

Popular Chinatown seafood restaurant serves both the familiar and the bizarre.

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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...

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Recommended by a relative who joined 6 of us for an early dinner. Large menu with many choices. Food was prepared well and there was plenty of it. Service was efficient and friendly. The whole flounder and scallion pancakes really stood out. Will return on next trip to Boston.

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The smell...OMG the smell was overpowering when we walked through the door and were met by a filthy lobster tank. I wanted to turn around, but was seated a table against my better judgement. They only serve beer and wine...so there was no Mai Tai in our future...they were out of diet soda and most beers. We wound up with...

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80

If you are looking for a late night eat out in Chinatown, I mean real late like 3am or so, with a full seafood dinner eat out with a bunch of friends after getting out of a club or events, this is the restaurant to go to. It's a small restaurant below the street level hidden on Tyler street in...

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The food are excellent compares to the metro city I came from. Restaurant is small but very good service and quick turn over.

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No hanging pagoda lights, no décor, just a room with tables and chairs. But, and it is a big but, you will east along with mostly Asians who come here to eat. And they do not eat what you eat. Their menu is in Chinese, yours is translated. The food comes out fast and furious, not necessarily in the order...

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Telemates is located in Boston, MA. This location is in the Downtown neighborhood. This business specializes in Dating Services.

Brian Iron Inc is located at 4 Tyler St in Boston and has been in the business of Wholesale - Irons since 2010.

Peach Farm Restaurant was founded in 1996. Peach Farm Restaurant specializes in Eating Places.

Peach Farm Restaurant can be found at 4 Tyler St . The following is offered: Restaurants. The entry is present with us since Sep 8, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Boston there are 357 other Restaurants. An overview can be found here.

The food here can be hit or miss, but when the kitchen is on, the fresh-from-the-tank seafood dishes and Cantonese cookery are hard to top. Large Chinese families add real local flavor, and the multiroom set-up makes for a boisterous environment.

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The place has been nominated for best Chinese restaurant for its creative and unusual seafood menu.

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Reservations are highly recommended

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