I am sitting content at Le Peep, the delicious breakfas/lunch restaurant on Westheimer Road in Houston.
Our waiter Tony has been impressive in his knowledge and customer service skills. You too can ask for Tony by name when you enter this Le Peep location; you will bewell served.
The food is universally appealing to all nationalities and all ages. Le Peep is well known as an escape destination with subtle sensibilities. It is not France on steroids from the top of the Eiffel Tower, but more of a tasty, relaxed visit to a chauteau in the Alps.
A few years ago, the Le Peep between Gessner and Bunker Hill in West Houston was part of a business expansion that included the demolition of a gym and its embedded businesses. Le Peep left West Houston with that demolition some 20 months ago.
Now the restaurant makes its return in the same location but now attached to a new, 14-story office leased to Air Liquide among others. Estimates place the re-Grand Opening date in late August, and with homemade breakfasts certain to attract large crowds again.
West Houston has been figuratively wailing for a year and one-half with the demise of a quality restaurant, StarBucks, Bally’s gym and a nail salon. Finally there is hope once more in the eyes of the local residents and tenants.
Let the omelets begin.