Llanberis • Snowdonia • 01286 872777

What people say about us.....

"GOURMET food in portions that fill you up, without pretension and all served by a renowned chef who has cooked for countless celebrities. Who could ask for more" "Walking into the restaurant, diners pass reviews marking the achievements of owners Julia Roberts and Angela Dwyer. During Angela's spell as chef at London's members-only Groucho Club she cooked for Madonna, Queen, Lenny Henry and Dawn French and did the food at Nigella Lawson's first wedding." "Puddings are all homemade, which is as it should be from any eaterie worth its salt, and when mine was brought out a regular customer beamed and advised me I was in for a treat." "The wine list was simple yet impressive with a fantastic choice and range." So all in all I'd say the Peak was a great find.
Daily Post - Taste Test - January 29th 2007

"Our visit intended to be a quick main course which inevitably turned into a full three course meal. Between the two of us we could not find fault. The best £60 in living memory spent on food and honest pleasantries of the restaurant staff. Compliments to the chef!"
Review from Restaurantguide.com

"Angela Dwyer (formerly of the Groucho Club and 192) manages to prepare and serve food of the highest standard." "The quality of the first two courses was such that we barely had room for a dessert, but in the interests of research felt obliged to attempt the Baked Cheesecake with a raspberry compote and a Chocolate Pot with cream! They were both certainly worth the effort, being a perfect finish to the meal."
Review from Quality Food Online

"Without a doubt, it is one of the best places we've ever eaten at (and we've been to The Ivy) fabulous food and the most friendly staff - singing included! I can't wait to go back. Wish we had you in Bristol."
Review from Restaurantguide.com

 

Western Mail Review of
The Good food Guide 2012

SWEET 16: The Welsh restaurants making the guide for the first time are...

Including The Peak Restaurant

The Peak, Llanberis
Serves: Modern British

They say:

A very unassuming place, the Peak does a good line in internationally-inspired dishes made with excellent Welsh ingredients - maybe Thai fishcakes with sweet chilli (£5.95) followed by Welsh Black ribeye steak with roasted shallot mash and red wine sauce (£16.95) or smoked haddock chowder. Deserts such as bread-and-butter pudding or baked lemon cheesecake round things off nicely. A keenly priced international wine list opens at £12.50 and rarely tops £20.

 

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