Best Waffle ever!.
For all you lucky people who don't have food allergies, you probably take waffles for granted, but I have lots, including corn and all corn derived products. Unfortunately, I also crave things contaminated with my kryptonite. Sunday, I was craving a waffle.
I walked into Le Peep and asked for the manager. It was Sunday, about 11am, and despite how busy they were that manager, Brian, was prompt to come talk to me. I explained my food allergy and he immediately went to check ingredients. It was the first waffle I could eat (that wasn't some frozen hippie flax product) in over 5 years. I couldn't have the powdered sugar that goes on top (corn starch keeps the sugar from getting clumpy), but it was fantastic, huge, crisp edges with a soft fluffy middle, served with melted butter and a cup of fruit. The maple syrup contained corn syrup but Brian - without me asking for it - found and brought me some sugar free maple "flavored" syrup, but the waffle batter was sweet to start with so I just drizzled some melted butter and I was a happy waffle eating camper!
If you have food allergies I suggest trying Le Peep and talking to a manager. Brian was very accommodating and helpful.
Breakfast-lunch spot servies up local favorites..
Neighborhood types map out their morning game plans over eggs benedict, biscuits and gravy or french toast. Menu items have catchy names like the Zapata frittata: an open-faced omelette with chorizo, onions, green peppers, sour cream, cheese and salsa. Salads, burgers and pasta round out the menu for lunch.
Great Food, Friendly People, Cozy Atmosphere - it's the place to be!.
I have enjoyed this location for over 9 years. The people are always friendly and the food is great. When I'm entertaining family or out-of-town guest, I always make sure to stop by this location. And so far, there has not been one complaint.