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About The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills
A lively seafood-centric Mediterranean restaurant showcasing award-winning cuisine in a warm and inviting environment. The adjacent outdoor terrace space is a destination for al fresco dining under the glittering Beverly Hills evening sky.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Hours of Operation:
6:30am - 10:30pm
Sunday Brunch 11:00am-2:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please email email@example.com or call (310) 788-2333 with any special event inquiries.
Every year, guests from near and far choose The Peninsula Beverly Hills as their hotel of choice for their destination celebrations. With 3,398 sq ft (360 sq m) of versatile meeting and event space, we have the flexibility to accommodate every type of event, from intimate meetings to lavish galas.
The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
If you have money to spend for a nice date or business brunch or anything like that, this is the place to go. They smoke their own salmon in house, make everything from scratch, etc. My husband and I did go home feeling sick, however that might be because we ate so much seafood. Overall, incredible dining experience.
I came here for my 16th birthday brunch, and I wasn't disappointed. The staff surprised me with chocolate covered strawberries on a plate with a birthday message and candle-- they made it truly special!! The egg white frittata was phenomenal, and I will definitely be back.
Attentive service all night. Generous portions so took half home & saved room for the gorgeous as well as delicious Faberge Egg filled with chocolate, peanut butter & raspberry - a work of art! Loved the Dover Sole & octopus. There was a nice amuse bouche of tomatillo gazpacho to start and we ate every peice of the crispy thin Parmesan crackers. Will definitely be back!
The service at the Peninsula is always top-notch. A girlfriend and I came here for Sunday brunch. Several people greeted us when we sat down and made sure we had everything we needed. I have a gluten allergy and therefore could not have many things on the buffet, but someone from the kitchen came out to show me what I could and could not have. I enjoyed the shrimp, crab, and oysters. The wait staff also brought me some gluten-free bread and and a poached egg with hollandaise since I could not eat the eggs benedict. All in all a good experience, but definitely pricey, especially when you have allergies that prevent you from eating half of the brunch options and most of the desserts.
Ordinarily I would not complain about a restaurant that I think so highly of but yesterday was an exception to all of my previous wonderful experiences: hair in my yogurt; no apology that I can recall; 20plus minutes to replace the granola/yogurt; the final bill presented with 2 granolas charged; my needing to tell them that was inappropriate. (I was actually surprised for the small amount of the charge $15, they had not offered to take care of the entire bill.) Perhaps it was a bad day there.
I'm sorry to say that the food was really disappointing - started off with the spinach salad....dressing was extremely intense and there was far too much of it, then went on to mushroom risotto which was quite the opposite - extremely bland. For desert we had the homemade ice-cream which was okay..nothing special...a bit 'icey' actually. On a positive note all the servers were extremely pleasant and the dining room is gorgeous which helped...but in the end we did come here for the food :(
We have dined here several times; each time was wonderful. Recently went there for my birthday. Had the most generous experience ever. The servers are attentive without being pretentious. They anticipated our every need. Friendly, not stuffy. Brought us extra food (sample of a new side dish, extra bread goodies). The food was cooked perfectly and extremely delicious. To celebrate my birthday they brought out (unsolicited) the Faberge Egg dessert which is a magnificently painted dark chocolate molded "egg". It was stunning and delicious. It was also complimentary by surprise. We love this place and are planning our return. One of the best experiences we've had in a restaurant.
My intention was to try the restaurant because they were participating in the DineLa promotion.
Upon arriving the hostess pleasantly agreed to my request for a patio table and escorted us to one already set for our visit. Menus were handed to us and i noticed it was the regular house menu - thereby I asked for the DineLa menu, which was promptly given. We were asked for our preferred water and it was poured immediately. Then we waited and waited. I saw what I thought were waiters scurrying about but nobody came to us. After about 15 minutes the captain took our drink order. When are drinks were finally served by the captain, the waiter arrived asking if we were ready to order. Nooo, these are called cocktails and cocktails are served before not with dinner. The Dine-La Menu: it was superb! The choices were probably the best I have seen for this promotion. Each dish was extraordinary. After experiencing the slow beginning the kitchen proved the meal to be a great experience. I intend to go back.
Beautiful & delicious food accompanied by superior, attentive service. Had DineLA menu. Staff was extremely attentive. All food dishes from appetizer to dessert was impeccably and generously prepared with the freshest ingredients. Innovative food prep in a relaxing, beautiful environment. Staff from valet to host, from wait staff to management were very attentive. We had a wonderful time and will certainly go back even at regular prices!
Had our 25th anniversary dinner there and they were beyond the call of duty amazing to us. Brought out two glasses of champagne when we sat down and at the end a very special dessert, comped. We were treated like the only people in the place. Highly recommend them.
A wonderful solid 5 star hotel restaurant. The menu is sophisticated, yet there is something for everyone. Ramon, the wonderful manager, keeps everything running smoothly and makes all guests feel special. The dining room is intimate, but the real winner is the patio. Beautifully adorned and just gorgeous at night. The sound level at this restaurant is delightfully quiet, which makes it a perfect spot if entertaining ones parents or grandparents. This is a perfect special occasion restaurant or if finances allow a solid option for any dinner or lunch. FOodwise we loved the Steak tartar, scallops, charred Cesar salad and smiled salmon pizza. You can count on a delicious well served meal at The Belvedere.
The Belvedere is and always has been a great place for dining and gathering with family and friends. We have enjoyed many meals and events with joy, great service and a wonderful staff who treats you like royalty. The chef is great, the food is wonderful and inventive and we will keep coming back to the Belvedere for our special gatherings. You must try the Faberge egg and trifle for dessert.
Very disappointed. They no longer serve different flavors of butter with the bread. Ordered branzino. It was so bland and tasteless, so much so, that I had to keep asking for more lemon. The veal chop was mediocre and expensive for what we got. Ceasar salad was fair, even though they rave that it is their signature salad. Carrots and cauliflower were good. Ambiance in the outside patio was beautiful.
We have eaten there many times, but the quality has gone done and is still very expensive.
Pleasantly surprised. Since it was easy to get a reservation, in a hotel, and only half full when we arrived, I feared it would be a terrible experience. It was the opposite. It was a beautiful night so we sat at a table outside. The wait staff was attentive and friendly. They made my complicated drink order perfectly. The wine list was great. And the food was surprisingly good. Much, much, better than the much touted Wolfgang Puck restaurant at the Bel Air Hotel. That restaurant was a disaster in every respect. It's hard to understand why people are not flocking to this restaurant.
Wonderful Dinner on my wife's birthday! Two Mr. Z Mediterranean Market Salads (really good). Grass-Fed Lamb Tagine, Lobster Bouillabaisse, Oven-Roasted Cauliflower, with a Bottle from Wine Bin #130. Baked Alaska, Faberge Egg, and Coffee. We loved everything -- food, service, and ambiance. The Belvedere at the Peninsula has always been special for my wife and me -- try it and it will be special for you!
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