The burger I ordered was completely burnt and not edible (ordered it medium), The beef patty and bacon both. Also would have liked more menu choices or at least more variety with the sides they came with.
Great dinner, great service, great view! Enjoyed the pleasant evening with my husband.
Bruschetta appetizer had way too much garlic on it. Spinach salad with chicken was delicious. Service was ok-we had a delay in Service initially due to they did not know who was assigned to our table.
Amazing place!! Highly reccommend this place, the food was great, and the service was superb
Great views, food was awesome & service was top notch.
We were seated at 2 different tables that were so askew that our water glasses were sliding on both.
Our waiter forgot our soups and then asked if we wanted them at the end of our meal as dessert. Very odd. My filet mignon was supposed to be medium rare and came out hard and grey. A new steak was brought out 30 minutes later. Waiter was clueless
It was a great experience , will definitely recommend
Our waitress was so very nice, and the food arrived in a short time. It was delicious, the meat very tender.
One member in our dinner party ordered the meatloaf, they were "out of meatloaf "and it was only 5:30 p.m. My husband ordered the steak, it was too tough to cut, much less chew. He ate the potatoes and asparagus only, fortunately he was not charged for the meal, the steak was not edible. The guests at the table next to us stated they ordered two entrees and one dessert but were told they "ran out" of all three items ordered. We felt sorry for our server, it was not her fault, she was in a tough spot but handled it well. We will not be back to Peaks.
We usually avoid tourist spots or restaurants with a view because the food is usually overpriced and sub-par. Unfortunately, despite the good reviews, we found this to be the case at Peak. The restaurant overlooks the valley although there were clouds that evening so there was no view but I'm sure it can be spectacular. We did have great views from the tram on both the way up and the way down. The restaurant is adjacent to a very busy (and loud) cafeteria and although there was nice music playing, there is a lot of ambient noise. It was also VERY drafty inside and we were cold, even while keeping our coats on, and our food got cold very quickly after it was delivered. We ordered one appetizer (flatbread with brie and apricots and reduced balsamic) which was liked by half of our party. We had one burger, one pork chop, one pasta primavera, one chimichurri steak and one beer (we had wine from the outside bar that we brought in with us) and our dining bill was over $180. All four of our meals were bland and unremarkable, which didn't fit the price tag. Our server started off a bit rude but the service did improve with the meal. We all regretted not taking the tram down and going out to dinner in Palm Springs where there's a great variety of fabulous restaurants at half the cost of this one. I wish that I'd read a review like mine before booking a table (the restaurant WAS sold out and so it was necessary to make a reservation).