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Posted by Barbara on 03/21/2013
Catered my birthday party last July. Had to throw away the food. Never again!!
Posted by Portia on 08/22/2012
I visited Peaches the summer of 2011. I knew it when it was Akwaaba and was hoping for some of the same. It's a cute spot with an initmate feel...could do with a few less tables. You're liable to back into another patron when sitting or leaving. Everyone was nice and smiling but there were times we needed our server and he was nowhere to be found which is so wrong in such a cozy spot. I ordered the Gritsw/ shrimp, mushrooms and white wine. The flavor was good but wasn't turned up 100% - I don't know if that was lack of salt or what and no matter what I did I couldn't fix it. I forget what my friend ordered but he had the same problem with the flavor on 75%. I grew up in the south where grits is a staple and it this didn't taste reminiscent of home but it wasn't bad. Just not for me. I'd go again but only if someone planned a dinner and invited me along. Good luck to you guys anyway!
Posted by Ma Pat on 03/22/2011
The food and the service was great.It was the first day of dine in bklyn,and i enjoyed my self.I'am retired,and i plan on eating in as many resturants as i can.I LOVE BKLYN.
Posted by Ron on 08/09/2010
A friend and I went there for brunch. The wait was long but I can saw it was worth it. Once we were finally seated the service was very timely. Our food arrived at our table very fast and it was very good. I am not a grits lover at all but I had the shrimp and grits. It will convert you! The atmosphere is great with a very diverse clientele. A must do if you are in Brooklyn!
Posted by Bree on 05/16/2010
The appetizer of spicy wings was delicious. The entrees on the other hand a whole other story.Forget about it. Maybe they were having a bad day in the kitchen because my friends and I were sorely disappointed and hungry when we left after eating . The pork baby back ribs were dry and overcooked and not a decent portion for $17. The beef short ribs were overcooked and smoked to the point they shredded and tasted stringy in your mouth.The menu says beef short ribs and they serve you one short rib. One, yes one with about 2 tablespoons of mashed soupy potatoes and a large serving of collard greens with vinegar..or maybe I should say vinegar with collard greens for $18 dollars. Horrible. The sweet potato fries were overcooked and could take out a tooth they were so crispy.I am amazed because for the crisp they had they should have been burnt.The mac and cheese was delicious and I should have had a couple of bowls of that cause me and my friends were hungry as hell as we left the establishment. The food portions were ridiculous for the prices they charge. If I pay $18 dollars for short ribs I expect to be served edible ribs not one inedible rib and not some potatoes served for an infant in texture and portion size. Needless to say we won't be returning here but will enjoy the sister restaurant instead.Very very disappointing. I didnt even go into the fiasco with the reservations and service.
Posted by Juicey on 03/16/2010
I went with my friend there n i just love the food is is really really good. I plan on going there again very very soon and it is only about 10 blocks from my house. Im glad it is in the neighborhood
Posted by Linda on 10/17/2009
I'm a Southerner who doesn't eat grits- until I tried them at Peaches. On a recent weekend visit to Brooklyn relatives my son and I decided to explore the neighborhood. When we saw Peaches we stopped in for brunch. Sausage omelet, French toast and bacon were all superb, as were the afore mentioned cheese grits. My coffee cup and water glass were kept filled- always a plus to me. I'm ready to move to Brooklyn!