When Mike Peters opened The Tasty, he was new to a kitchen centered on a farm-to-table philosophy. Luckily, his chef had existing relationships with several local farms. And, after tasting the difference locally sourced food made in the restaurant’s offerings, Mike quickly became a convert. As he points outs, “There is a big-time difference in quality. It lasts longer, looks better, and tastes better. When they pick it and bring it to you, that’s pretty special.”


Chris Almeida mixes magic potions.

As with most farm-to-table restaurants, the menu at The Tasty changes frequently based on what produce is available. As Mike notes, “People like that they can come in week-to-week and get different meals, something new and delicious.” Highlights include the weekly noodle night which features dishes such as ramen and pho, and classics with a twist like duck confit with bok choy and cranberry compote or kale and quinoa salad studded with radishes, pea and sunflower shoots, green tea almonds and a cranberry kombucha vinaigrette. The Tasty sources its local products from some area favorites: Brown Boar Farm (meat); Sweet & Salty Farm (cheese); Queen Bee Honey; and Plato’s Harvest, Web of Life, Skinny Dip, Hillside Mushroom, and Fresh Meadows Farms (produce).



The Tasty
42 Court Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
(508) 591-7302