Le Peep Restaurant
A NJ Breakfast and Brunch Dining Review
Le Peep Restaurants
561 Route 1 and Plainfield Ave.
No Rating : N/A - A casual dining eatery, not rated as a fine, high end dining restaurant.
Food is well prepared with many creative dishes
Attentive, friendly service
Noise Level: Moderate
Dress: Very casual
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy creative breakfast and lunches with fresh, healthy ingredients in an attractive setting.
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer the more traditional breakfast and lunches.
Recommended Dishes: For breakfast:, The Stuffed French Toast; The Farmers Egg Benedict; and The Aspen Crepe. For lunch: The Strawberry Pact Salad; The "Say Cheese Burger"; and The California Turkey.
If you are a person who looks at breakfast as one of their favorite foods, and enjoy creative, well prepared breakfast dishes at a reasonable price, then this place is for you.
Le Peep is a national chain restaurant that breaks away from the mold of the IHOPS and other pancakes houses with an innovative menu and mostly fresh (non-canned) ingredients, and a cozy atmosphere in-line with the non cutter approach to meals.
They are open for breakfast and lunch.
For breakfast, some of the popular favorites are:
The Gooey buns - an English muffin broiled with brown sugar cinnamon and almonds and served with cream cheese and apples; The Aspen Crepe - Two light crepes served filled with vanilla ricotta and cream cheese and topped with fresh strawberries and powdered sugar; The Stuffed French Toast - custard dipped French toast stuffed vanilla ricotta and cream cheese filled with orange and lemon zest topped with fresh strawberries and powdered sugar; and the Omni Omelet with ham, sausage, and bacon, with fresh veggies, mushrooms, combo cheese, and sour cream.
For lunch, some of the popular favorites are: The Strawberry Pact Salad - Fresh spinach with strawberries topped with blue cheese, walnuts, red onions, and a Parmesan crusted chicken breast; and the "Say Cheese Burger" with a grilled Angus beef patty, topped with melted cheddar and Jack cheese, garnished with lettuce, tomato, red onion and pickle, and served with a choice of soup, salad, fresh fruit or fries; and the California Turkey - on grilled panini bread, with warm lean turkey, bacon strips, and melted Swiss cheese, mayonnaise, lettuce, tomatoes, and sliced, fresh avocados;
The service is very good, friendly and attentive
(updated: January, 2015)
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