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Posted by Dublinminx on 02/20/2007
I recently returned to Peep almost a year after my last visit, and it was everything I had remembered. The food is delicious, fresh, and great value. The coconut shrimp is to die for. Lunch represents fantastic value, and even the dinner menu is reasonable. They have a great drinks list and a funky atmosphere with good service. I cannot wait to return on my next visit.
Posted by Commute Queen on 02/11/2007
I discovered peep when a co-worker took me there during lunch and we had an appetizer, tea and entrees for $15. Everything I've ever eaten from peep has been tasty if not high-end, and I always end up bringing people there who are visiting New York because of the funky decor, good prices and good food. I go back regularly, it's definitely worth a visit!
Posted by Ben on 10/25/2006
I had the pleasure of eating here with a date for lunch. There was a 5 min wait, so we decided not to eat at a table and were seated immediately at their "bar" style seating , which was positioned so we could face each other. The food was delicious, the beef pad thai full of flavor, slightly too much peanut for my taste but otherwise a great deal. Their lunch special for 2 with appetizer and water came to 15 which was also nice. The atmosphere was relaxed and enjoyable, didn't feel rushed like some other places. Would recommend and attend again.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/29/2006
Stumbled upon this treasure one lazy Guy Fawkes day afternoon while strolling about in the good company of my Thai friend. I had heard spake of it, but it's oft-crowded so I'd never actually been. My companion and I consumed several aperatifs, I can't for the life of me recall exactly how many, before diving into the main course. Oh what a feast! Plates piled high with all sorts of chunks of succulent seafood. I thanked the heavens that we'd had the foresight to order 5 main courses between ourselves, for shortly thereafter we were unexpectedly joined by my uncle, his wife, and an older couple they'd met on a cruise to Nova Scotia. Noteworthy was the Grilled Teriyaki Duck, which is served with an absolutely divine lycee puree. After finishing that delicious dish, we couldn't restrain ourselves from applauding and shouting, Bravo! Encore! (as is the custom in my native New Caledonia). When we'd finally made our way to the toothsome Thai pudding and the bewitching apple fritters, we (by this time, our number had quadrupled and we required no fewer than 6 tables) were thoroughly stuffed with the delicious fare and delighted with ourselves for having sustained an animated conversation among two dozen near-strangers. I'll make sure that this gem is filed under "Brilliant!" in my little black book!
Posted by monica on 08/28/2006
I'm in soho and it's too far down for Spice on university place to deliver so i tried Peep which was listed on Spice's website. It took nearly an hour to get a delivery even though i was 2-3 blocks away. the lunch specials are not expensive though so it's not a bad deal. the atmosphere is too chic for the food.
Posted by andymac on 07/18/2006
Came across this restaurant on Bastille Day while wondering around Soho, a friend had mentioned it before but was always very busy. 2 of us sat at the communal table which was fun and began with 2 delicious, albeit pricey, cocktails. We ordered 3 main courses between us and all the food was great and very well priced. The bouillebaise was spectacular, large chunks of monkfish, king prawns, mussels and clams in a spicy curry sauce all served in a a large prawn cracker (that's what we call them in England but they had a different name here). The pad thai, was good, although the noodles were a little starchy. Service was terrific throughout and what made it even better was that we had 3 more friends join us through the course of dinner. They couldn't have been more helpful, first getting an extra stool, then moving us to the other end of the table as our other 2 friends turned up. This was friday at 8.30 and the restaurant was packed.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/22/2006
The food here is pretty good, but they just changed the menu and i think it was better before. All the noodles are good, and so are all the small plates. They have a sister restaurant too called "Highline" in the meatpacking district - the food is similar but they have a great bar scene. All in all it's a good place for trendy Thai food at a GREAT price.