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4450 N Prospect Rd S1 Peoria Heights, IL 61616
4450 North Prospect Road S1USIllinoisPeoria Heights61616
(309) 682-5863junerestaurant.com
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"My favorites were the baby octopus and the lemon & rhubarb dessert dish."
"Highly trained wait staff that is very courteous and respectful."
"Good wine selection."
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Steve S
a year ago
Hands down the finest restaurant in Peoria. Josh Adams is an award winning chef who interned at Charlie Trotter’s, Vie, Alinea (Chicago), and at Revolver (Findlay, OH). Everything is farm to table and organic. The taste is explosive and they do 5 course and 7 course meals upon request and will pair with wine if you choose. Highly trained wait staff that is very courteous and respectful.
M Johnson
2 years ago
Three words OH MY GOD, Peoria is blessed to have this place.. Look out Blackbird, Alinea, L2O
A Google User
4 years ago
Great experience. Spend the $$ to get the 7 course tasting with a wine pairing. You won't be disappointed. The food was amazing and the wine pairings were absolutely perfect!
A Google User
5 years ago
I was excited to eat here because of the good reviews and organic food; however, my experience was a sure disappointment. The service was horrible and so was the atmosphere. This loud and crowded restaurant atmosphere was a shock to me at first and I was a bit disappointed at this, but got used to yelling at the person next to me in order to be heard. This is Peoria... not Chicago or New York. When we sat at our table for 5-10 minutes without being greeted by our waitress we almost got up to leave. The food ... what they had left of it was very flavorful and the dessert was delicious; however, after sitting at our table for at least 15 min. with empty dishes waiting for our check to arrive, watching our waitress chat it up with the bartender during this time and the owner standing in the kitchen doing nothing about it we decided we would not go back. We are extremely happy with Seven and will definitely take our money there... organic or not.
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Eric Blankenship
a year ago
Wanted this place to be "different" and boy was it. We went to this place for my birthday hoping to be enlightened with some really good "different" farm to table food. We ordered the 5 course dinner for a party of 7. It wasn't that the food was bad but some of the combinations they used just didn't seem to go together. It was like they were trying too hard. If you go, don't expect your 18 year old to be satisfied because the portions are so small even my 11 year old was still hungry afterwards. The total experience took over 2 hours and the bill was over $450. I will not be recommending this place.
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Corey Burns
4 years ago
Everything was amazing and well presented. It is an expensive restaurant.
A Google User
3 years ago
Chicago dining without the horrendous parking. My husband and I went to June for our 4th anniversary and ordered the 7-course tasting. Amazingly delicious, fresh and inventive dishes. My favorites were the baby octopus and the lemon & rhubarb dessert dish. Our server was extremely nice and knowledgeable, as was the sous chef who answered all of my husband's questions about their cooking techniques. It was totally worth the 45-minute drive from Bloomington, and we will definitely be back for more!!!
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A Google User
3 years ago
Good service. Interesting food. Reminds me of dishes on the iron chef show. Good wine selection. Way over priced for Peoria.