No.81, Rajalakshmi Nagar, 9th Cross Street, 100 Feet By Pass Road, Velachery, Chennai-600042


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Vegetarian World Cuisine Peaches - The World On Your Plate

Veg Resturant

Dine-In Available

Alcohol not Served

Home Delivery


Continental, Indian, Mexican, Oriental

Cost :

Rs 600 for 2 Persons

Timings :

11am-3pm | 7pm-11pm

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Air Conditioned, Take Away, Parking Available, Kids Friendly, Party Hall , Pure Vegetarian, Table Booking

  • on 06 Sep, 2013

    Sharanya Sb

    Visited Peaches recently with a bunch of CFGians.The place is on velachery main road, pretty easy to spot.I went there for lunch and we were offered a small and compact menu card.Limited but interesting items on it.Started with a drink and some awesome starters.I had herbed pasta for main course and had a taste of the El Macho Burrito.We had a variety of other dishes to taste too.The food was good but not excellent.I would go back to give the rest of the items in the menu a try and then decide if I've been 'Wow'ed.

  • on 06 Sep, 2013

    Vidhya Narayanan

    This is the place to go if you want to eat good food and close to home cooked variety. This was a CFG showcase and they presented 22 dishes from their menu. If i had come with a totally empty stomach, this would have definitely sufficed :). Read the blog link below for the detailed conversation of the Peaches food with my stomach :)

  • on 27 Aug, 2013

    Keshav Krishna

    Peaches As I entered I found out that the place is filled with people , never knew people in chennai loves vegetarian food equally to Non Veg . Now coming back to food , the cream of Bell pepper soup was tasty could feel the smoky ness of the bell pepper. I loved the starters here as you can find several dishes deep fried , but there was no oil at all . Loved the Onion Rings , Mozzarella sticks , corn and cheese balls and the Phuket paneer . Foodies who love to eat lots of cheese , you can come here , they use cheese in almost all dishes . I couldnt eat the main course as I had El Macho Burrito Eating challenge , should eat 2 kgs of Burrito , which had several layers of tortilla and inside the spiced rice with paneer, bell pepper and beans covered with cheese , cheese , cheese and more cheese . I just loved the Burrito though I couldnt finish fully , I had ate almost 90% . This place is definitely a place for all . VFM .

  • on 14 Aug, 2013

    Shadir Bughari

  • on 02 Aug, 2013

    Aarti Krishnakumar

    How are you doing today? Just peachy! Well, this is what came to my mind when I heard of the pure vegetarian restaurant called Peaches. But then, it was in the other end of the city, Velachery. Well, yes I do know it is not the other end, but for someone living in Chetpet, making the commute it sure feels like another corner of the city. However, now that I have moved to somewhere midpoint, it does not seem too far. And so, I braved the traffic and made the trip to Peaches that evening. I contemplated bailing out using the excuse of “I just got back to town today morning, am exhausted” but then decided to just go for it. By the time I reached, most of the others were already there. After a round of introductions, Hi hello to familiar faces we all settled into the tables set aside for us. Kaushik gave a brief intro to the place, the cuisine and also told us of the Burrito challenge they were rolling out. The challenge was to plough through a 2kg burrito within 30 minutes. A few brave souls took the plunge, but none were able to complete it, but then came the Man who was done within 18mins and set a new record. Anyways, I digress. Coming back to the evening, we were in for a lavish feast, what else would you call a meal comprising of 22 dishes. Yes, you read it right. There was a soup, couple of starters, few Indian main dishes, and few from other cuisines and then the desserts. Phew. Just listening to him rattle out the list was exhausting. read more

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  • on 17 Jun, 2013

    Swarna V Barath

    After hearing so much about this place, we went all the way to check it out! But it was very crowded and had to come back the first time. DO not go on a weekend! Went again and got in finally! Looks like the most happening place in Velachery now. They said the place is pram friendly for my baby to sit but actually its quite closely laid tables and the service was a lil slow. The food s very average nothin to write home about. Or maybe my expectations were set very high. We are planning to visit again to try out more options here. But not worth the effort (distance plus waiting time) I guess can wait sometime until the crowd gets off to a newer place :) I hear the Indian stuff is good I didnt get to try it. Will do and write back soon.

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  • on 19 Feb, 2013

    Lakshmi Narayanan G

    Went to Peaches restaurant (Velachery) on Sunday with my friend for lunch. The tables were full already and though we were the second in queue for a table, the person managing the tables there tried to push others ahead of us and we had to argue to get our tables on queue. By this time, around 25 mins had passed from the time we reached there so we just ordered 2 Indian thalis. It was 20 mins before the soup came. And it was another 25 mins AFTER WE FINISHED THE SOUP before the food came at last. And even then, it was missing a couple of items from the Thali menu. Though we pointed this out to a waiter and asked him to bring the missing items, it was never served and the waiter simply didn't come near our table except to serve the bill in the end, even which he did without looking at us, as if we're some aliens. Overall, though the food was of decent quality, the experience was a very bad one and I would never recommend Peaches to any of my friends or family. Their service sucks

  • on 21 Jan, 2013

    KungFu Bonda

    Peaches - Actually Goyakkas but tasty nonetheless We started off with French onion soup. It tasted barely decent for a vegetarian version, but it wasn\'t exactly \'authentic.\' In the place of caramelized onions - podiya narukkine vengayam*, in place of stock - hot, heavily store bought oregano flavoured water and in the place of crostini/croutons - half a slice of hot breads whole wheat bread floating in the watery broth. The Nachos were ... .. The Indian food however was a slightly different story - Veg. Sheekh Kebab was ok, Angora Panneer Tikka tasted nice, Dal Galouti with Sharmeel, though a tad bit dry, definitely pulled off seeming exotic and the Somras we had .. ... \'Peaches\' is a pleasant restaurant setup in 100ft road amongst the many many restaurants in the area. Best described as - pretentious, but perfect for Velachery! Read the full review -

  • on 16 Jan, 2013

    Nishanth Radhakrishnan

  • on 28 Dec, 2012

    M. R. Nishanth

    As posted by Ganesh. Thanks Nishanth for the opportunity to take part in the CFG Showcase at Peaches, Velachery. Impressive stuff, no doubt. Chef Koushik + Venkatesh were present all along and took valuable feedback from the CFG members present. It was a little too much to sample at one go but few Indian dishes did stand out & left a mark - Dhabewali Dhal, Achari Paneer & Deep Blue Sky (a Coolant). The Pastas + Tortillas did not really 'WOW' me. And there was no space for Gangam Rolls + Samsa Gajar Halwa (Desserts). Will definitely go visit with family & figure out the rest. And yes, good to have stand alone vegetarian restuarants mushrooming this part of the city.