Bistro at The Peech

5 Reviews
Bistro fare, Modern
Phone Number 0115379797 Opening Hours Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Breakfast: Monday to Sunday 6.30am to 10:30am

Lunch: Monday to Sunday 12.30pm to 2.30pm

Dinner: Monday to Sunday 6.30pm to 9.30pm

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Menu - Bistro at The Peech Breakfast Menu - Updated March 2018 Bistro at The Peech Dinner Menu - Updated March 2018 Bistro at The Peech Lunch Menu - Updated March 2018


R105 avg main meal
Bistro fare, Modern
R45 (wine) R85 (champagne)
R105 avg main meal
Bar scene, Business meetings, Local cuisine
Amex, Mastercard, Visa
Accepts credit cards, Accommodation, Alfresco, Booking required, Child friendly, Functions, Licensed, Parking, Vegetarian, Wheelchair, WiFi

Location and contact

The Peech Hotel, 61 North Street, Melrose, Johannesburg

Owner's description

Bistro at The Peech is now only open to in-house guests. Members of the public are no longer allowed to dine at the restaurant unless you are a guest at the hotel.

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User reviews

5 Reviews
    We attended the Villiera wine and food pairing Thursday 13th November 2014. The overall experience was very disapointing. The food was cold, the white wine warm. The red wine Cabernet sauv 2012 was plonk. The dessert (ice cream) was lumpy. And the price R375 pp was rather high. As an indication the precious Saturday we were at pot luck club in ct and paid R350 pp incl delicious wine. That was my last time at bistro peech

    We tried out the Bistro at The Peech on their latest Klein Constantia wine evening. The evening was nothing short of fantastic! The food, wine and ambience were amazing! I would recommend this to anyone.

    I recently went for dinner to The Peech Bistro on a Saturday night. What started as a potentially lovely dinner turned out to be dismally disappointing.

    The restaurant has a wonderful atmosphere, and having gone in winter the log fire was a wonderful contribution to this.

    The service was initially not bad, although the waiter was pushy to get our orders in. This was unfortunately a preview of what was to come. At the end of the evening, being only 21h30 on a Saturday night, we were told that we needed to order dessert as the kitchen was closing. We were then promptly brought the bill (with additional items on we didn't have) as our coffee came, without having requested it. The staff also started packing up the tables and chairs around us while we were still busy with the last of our meal.

    The food was unfortunately no redemption for the dismal service. The starter, a Moroccan lamb kebab was very good. But alas the main of rib-eye steak was the least appetizing I have had in recent memory.

    Overall, the ambience and wine selection was lovely. But dining at a boutique hotel, one does expect excellent service and food to match.

    We ate here last week and the service and food were both excellent. The venue is smart and looks out over the gardens of this hotel. We went in Winter and they had a log fire which was cosy.

    Disappointing. We were there on a very quiet Monday night - only one of 2 tables and they still managed to mix up our order (one starter forgotten and then brought as the main). Neither the fish cake starter, nor salmon main dishes, were good. Contrary to the Eat Out magazine write up, the beautiful terrace & garden that the restaurant overlooks dont warrant such high praise.

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