Consistently great breakfast and service.
We having been dining here consistently for over a year now. The menu is huge with a wide variety of choices. They even just added crepes to the menu. The french toast is fantastic, the lumberjack is a great platter, the breakfast burritos are yummy as well. We enjoy getting the fruit and yogurt platter and they have flavored coffees and smoothies. The manager operates a good little breakfast spot. He always punches our frequent dinner card for each person dining so we get free meals all the time! We try to get the same guy server who has been there the entire year or two we have been going. He is so nice and attentive. Within just a few visits he knew I wanted strawberry jelly. Having been a waitresses myself that sort of small detail earns him major kudos. When the weather is nice we really enjoy dining outside though the traffic noise can get annoying.
To be subjective, I did not like the way they prepared the omelets. Only thing I've ever ordered there that I didn't like. They folded the omelet over without putting cheese inside.... what? They put a slice on the top of the outside of my omelet. I want melted gooey cheese in the middle! It just wasn't the same. Also, try not to order side dishes. The meal prices are reasonable but for some reason it costs a ton to add on bacon or another side to your order. But i'm only sharing the negative to be subjective! We think this place is great.
Only reason it is getting a 4 star is because it is just a little breakfast joint, nothing fancy but really good.
This breakfast and lunch nook dishes out generously portioned egg dishes, skillets, crepes and sandwiches..
This national chain restaurant is where neighborhood types map out their morning game plans over eggs Benedict, biscuits and gravy or scrambled eggs. Menu items have catchy names like the White Lightning: an omelette with diced chicken, onions, green chilies, cheese and avocado. Several dishes cater to calorie counters without compromising taste: The Mini Veggie Omelette has two eggs, tomatoes, broccoli, green peppers, onions and cheese. Salads, panini, burgers and smoothies round out the offerings.
WOW! What a difference!. To be honest, I stopped going to Le Peep about 3 years ago. The service had gone downhill and food was so-so. The only reason I went this time is because we had friends in from Chicago and they wanted to go to Le Peep (since they go to one in Chicago.) I am SOOOOOO glad I did! What a difference! The staff was all new. Our server was the newest one, but he gave us the best service we ever had at this location. The servers, the management and kitchen were all helping each other out. It was pretty busy but they didn't miss a beat. Anyway, I ordered a combo with french toast, scrambled eggs, potatoes and sausage. Our guests had steak and eggs, my husband a huge omlet with cheese, bacon, sausage and a lot of other stuff. The food came in about 10 minutes. To our surprise the food was brought by the manager, the server and another server who was helping them out....what service! The food was hot and smelled so good. While we were eating we overheard a conversation our server was having with a guest at a nearby table. It seems he forgot to bring out her soda and she was a little upset about that since it was near the end of the meal. He apologized and let her know he would remove it from the bill. At that point the manager came to the table, told him to not only to remove it from her check, but to also get her the beverage of her choice TOGO. Seconds later he brought over this huge TOGO cup filled with soda for her...now that is going the extra mile!. The server and manager eventually had her laughing and everything was fine. Soon after our bellies were full. We even had some extra left over cause of the big portions. When we were going to the cashier to pay the manager thanked us for coming. I told him about our previous experience, he apologized even for that, thanked us for giving Le Peep another chance and invited us back. What a great experience from A-Z. I will be back many times with my puunch card in hand!!
May be the worst ever. Ate at the new Le Peep in Flatirons. Horrible service, worse food. 1st visit. Order steak and eggs, medium rare after waiting 20 minutes at the table being ignored. The steak was an unrecognizable gristly cut, slightly seared but cold and raw inside. I sent it back. My wife's eggs benedict had a watery, flavorless "hollandaise". Service was awful, disorganized, and unobservant. The manager apologized, begged me to return, said he would cook my breakfast himself. 2nd visit. Same experience. The same poor service. Same godawful steak. Manager finally said he didn't know why corporate insisted on serving gristly "knuckle steaks". Untoasted english muffins. Wife was served nearly raw blueberry pancakes.