Le Peep

(615) 353-0030 | View Website

5133 Harding Pike Ste B6, Nashville, TN | Directions   37205

36.103902 -86.869261

 
Restaurants, Bistros, Bars & Clubs  more

More Categories: Bars & Pubs

Cuisine: Traditional American

Price: $$

Tags: Breakfast, Brunch, Cheap Eats, Family-Friendly Dining, Food Delivery, Local Favorite, Lunch Spot

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

Neighborhoods: West Meade

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Le Peep

Reviews for Le Peep

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Not worth it! – Our family of 4 ate at Le Peep on Labor day. We spent $60.00 for a very so-so meal. 35 minutes after placing our order, we asked the waitress where our food was. Several tables that were seated after us had been served. The waitress went into the kitchen and returned with meals for another table (also seated about 10 minutes After us). When she finally returned with our meals, they were all cold. Obviously our plates were waiting on our inept waitress! We won't be back - $60.00 for cold food is ridiculous!

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Good Food But Awful People – The food's good although expensive, but the experience can be ruined by the large number of over indulged haus fraus and their ill-mannered children.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Easter Sunday brunch --- to die for! – Delicious food, beautifully presented...friendly service...Le Peep is definitely a great place for brunch!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Not worth the drive – We drove from East Nashville to Belle Meade which in distance is not far, but for bad breakfast it is. There are plenty of restaurants between our home and Le Peep that are better. I would even wait 30 minutes in line rather than drive 30 minutes to eat there. I remember liking the one on Elliston before it closed. Our server was not rude, but he wasn't very warm or attentive either. I remember the coffee and juice to be of higher quality at the one on Elliston also. The coffee was weak and the juice tasted like it was concentrate with extra water. I ordered the eggs Benedict and the hollandaise sauce tasted either instant or like it was from a can. It had that gritty Campbells soup flavor. I also had the grits which were a little dry from sitting in a steam table but were edible after adding butter and salt. The omelet my husband had was slightly better only because it did not have very much hollandaise on it. Breakfast was $40 with the tip and I could not help but wish I would have spent my $40 at Marche or Noshville the whole ride home.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

avoid le peep - unless you want to be anoyed – decent food - over rated - $30 for breakfast for 2 and the management could care less that we came - the waitress was ok - but the check out - if she could pry herself off a personal phone call to take my money - i am sorry i bothered you - you should not work in customer service - maybe cell phone technique might be a career - Loveless Cafe - much better same money - no attitude! stay away from Le Peep.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Awful service! – We went to Le Peep on a Sunday morning for breakfast. The wait wasn't long, but the hostess didn't say one word to us, just walked us to a table in the crowded, noisy dining room, plunked down our menus, and walked off. We sat there for about 20 minutes or so without any service at all. This being said, there were literally waiters standing around at another table, doing nothing and completely ignoring us. I also saw the water guy randomly leaving water at tables where people had been seated long after us. After about 30 minutes (and still no service), we got up and left. So, unfortunately, I can't speak for the quality of the food (although, judging by the other reviews here, it's not that great).

I'm not sure what this place has done to get such a good reputation (I'm under the impression that it is highly regarded in the Nashville community), but it certainly doesn't deserve it. The people who I did interact with were snobby and the service was pretty much nonexistent. From reading the other reviews, I see this is a common experience at Le Peep.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Avoid – Ok let me start off by saying my son and I use to come here all the time. So much so that they knew us by name. But then things changed. They had a new sign up that said, "Your well behaved children are always welcome". Now my child may be a kid but he knows how to sit and not talk loud and eat nicely in resturants. Well we were seated and everything seemed ok. The next week however was not overly busy. We were the next in line and waited to be seated and sat right by the host/hostess stand. A table was being cleared so I figured we would be called next seeing as we were the only ones waiting. Well this could comes in and walks right up to the stand and asks for a table for two .. the host takes one look around and says right this way and takes them to what should have been our table. I am a little upset at this moment. So when he returns I ask him nicely why the couple was seated before us and he looks down at his sheet of names repeats my last name and says I am next. I ask him again why he seated that couple before me did they have resvervations .. he respnds with no, I didn't see you so I sat them. How in the world could he miss me when I'm sitting right under hs nose? I suppose if he didn't have to stuck up in the air he might have seen me. It took all my power not to bop the man. I have never been so snubbed in my whole life. If my son wasn't so hungry I would have caused a major scene and walked out. The next table wasn't ready for another 15 mins. I would have said all was good if I had been treated with some respect. But I wasn't so saddly my son and I have not gone back to this place that had his fav cheesy potatoes. --- To add the food is pricey and greasy. You can find some lighter things but the snobbier at this place is just too much for me.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Nice decor but greasy food and unfriendly hostesses – I have posted my review and somehow Citysearch erased it. Here is a recap:

1. Visited this place twice both times on Sunday

2. Both times observed 3 unfriedly hostesses by the door

3. Waitress was friendly but seemd rushed so it was never possible to ask for for extra napkins and such, so I would get up myself to relieve her of that duty.

4. Twice it took very long time to wait for food: 45 min. and 30 min respectively.

5. Food is ok but very very greasy which made my stomach turn. I was also astonished by observing that each table around us had very heave customers each weighted no less than 300lb, Le Peep need to offer healthier options.

6. Once we wer ready to pay we proceeded to the front desk/bar. There one of the hostesses kept chatting in foreigh language with her other co-worker and her what appeared to be boyfriend. All 3 kept chatting while we waited for the hostess to ring us up. Not untill we said ''Excuse us'' she turned on her high chair to us. Then she turned right back to her ''party'' to finish up. Only after then she rung us up with her body language saying ''go away let me finish my conversation''.

7. Never once hostesses thanked us for the patronage, they always look as if you are bothering them from chatting.

While food is not bad the menu needs to cary less greasy options, and hostesses, or whoever they are need to be tought important manners. Because this place wants to project itself as sophisticated french bistro I give it low marks. Again, it has to do with lack of service and poor menu selection.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

nothing special. – we tried le peep this past sunday, got there at maybe 7:45. the waitress was rude, after waiting twenty minutes for her to take our order. she made it seemed like she was doing us a favor by waiting on us, nevermind it was her job. my food wasn't prepared correclty (the eggs were basted and not scrambled) but somehow that was my fault for not eating the eggs because its "all the same". the potatoes are too salty. i enjoy using green pepper sauce and tobasco, but they had filled them with far too much vinegar. the prices were very reasonable, but i doubt we'd try it again.

Recommends
over a year ago

This local link in the national chain makes a swanky statement, thanks to its loyal and upscale patrons. – In Short
Trendy young things and Belle Meade families flock here; brunch can be a tad noisy. Eggs rule the breakfast roost, so there are plenty of omelets and similar egg dishes from which to choose. Other typical breakfast fare such as bagels, pancakes, French toast and oatmeal round out the menu. Lunch and dinner follow a similar theme of the familiar: salads, sandwiches, pastas, steaks, grilled chicken, seafood and steaks.

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