Le Peep: Dallas: Lewisville/Flower Mound
After beaucoup de drinking on New Year's Eve, 2011-2012, we needed the perfect hangover food situation when we awoke the next afternoon from our pass out fest. I didn't want to be an annoying foodie, but I did poke around for a while on my phone in order to find the best Lewisville/Flower Mound indulgent but interesting and delicious breakfast that would please everyone. Le Peep was the answer, and, thank god, it did not turn into one of those foodie friend-forced adventure disasters. On the contrary, everyone was delighted.
|This was a good sign, literally.|
They rehydrated us with lemon-infused water.
They had two coffees to choose from: delicious Kona coffee for those of us who are coffee connoisseurs and chocolate pecan coffee for those who adulterate their coffee with cream.
|They gave us the coffee in two carafes for the table, thank god.|
|California Benedict Closeup|
The benedict stuff was all delicious, nicely poached, good Hollandaise and all that. The only disappointing thing was that part of why I got this is that it came with "Mom's" Sassy Apples, which I was curious about, but they were just baked cinnamon apple slices, which are fine but no big whoop. The peasant potatoes were great.
|And I got a side of salsa and pickled jalapenos, yum!|
|The Hen Pen - $7.35 - With your two eggs, toasted Englsh muffin and peasant potatoes, you can choose either bacon, sausage, black forest ham or corned beef hash.|
|Obviously, the correct answer is corned beef hash.|
|A side of biscuits and gravy - $5.20 - "Two steaming hot biscuits covered with our homemade hawg-wild sausage gravy and sprinkled with chives"|
I was able to beg a bite of these, and they're definitely what I should've eaten. So good. Perfect hangover stuff too.
|Homestead Breakfast - $8.45|
|I took a picture of someone's little crepes and a soft, heavily-buttered roll. Mmm.|
|Someone was bein' all healthy and got a veggie omelette, how cute. I think I wound up eating his potatoes.|
|Spanish omelette meal - $7.60 or $9.20 with chorizo|
|We even learned something!|
The place actually had reasonable portions. Not a single bite was left at all on anyone's plate, but we also didn't feel like shit. Or at least, not yet.