Go after you have eaten somewhere else. I went to Le Peep for the first time for brunch, we waited about 1 hour and 30 min. there was nothing open at this time, and finally sat down it took another 20 mins to get a cup of joe. The service stinks they are all zombies. I went back later to have a cocktail with some friends and the scene is much better, great place to have a toast rather than eat some toast. Management great! Service not so great. I am not saying that all severs there are but I can only seek from my two experiences.
Wear ear plugs and love potatos. Potatos, potatos and more potatos! Le Peep cannot seem to plate a meal without piling on the potatos. The only thing more in evidence during our visit was an abundance of loud, obnoxious children. The experience was perfectly awful.
Great Time!. We went to Le Peep for the first time on June 20, a busy Sunday. The young hostess was friendly but businesslike. After a 10 minute wait we were seated and promptly received a carafe of ice water. Coffee arrived soon after. Soon is relative, because of the packed dining room. The food was good and filling. Most people seemed to be having a good time. We did. We'll be back soon.
Fun, Diverse and Tasty. We first visited Le Peep on a Wednesday and found it only moderately busy. We were seated immediately and enjoyed a HUGE meal and some really nice jazz. The check for three came to $22 and change. We returned on Sunday and found the restaurant packed and at least 20 people waiting for tables. The 20 minute wait was worth it. The service was a bit slower but the food was just as good. Check for three with a round of mimosas came to $34. Good food, few screaming kids, cross section of people. We like it!
Absolutely Awful!. My wife and I went there for breakfast recently and the wait was 45 minutes. Seated 20 minutes the waitress brought us water. She couldn't stick around long enough for us to order. 20 minutes after water she took our order. 45 minutes later we got our food...mine wasn't what I ordered...my wife's was cold. 25 minutes later still no food...we left. Called the manager the next day...he could have cared less...enough said!
Good place for week-end brunch. Friendly service.
Very good food.
strip mall dining. Dining in a strip mall - nuff said. I am not sure it is possible to create the ambiance of a french cafe in a strip mall but you have to give them points for trying. What is really lacking however is the food and service for such an overpriced experience.
Munch a Brunch. I enjoy going to Sunday brunch at Le Peep. They have a good selection of everyday breakfast food as well as some intruiging dishes. The Eggs Benedict and the Omelets are wonderful. They also have a wide variety of coffee and smoothie selections that are great. Sometimes the wait can be a bit long, but it is well worth it.
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