An experience at The Belvedere is a feast for the senses. Our elegant European Brasserie offers a blend of art and cuisine in a classic French-country aesthetic steeped in Southern California luxury. Here, diners are immersed in a creative experience surrounded by magnificent artwork while relishing the artistically plated cuisine, and the high fashion of our loyal patrons featured in the illustrations on the restaurant’s menus. The Belvedere truly embodies the essence of its meaning, “beautiful view.”
Michelin-starred, Executive Chef Ralf Schlegel incorporates a broad range of European influences into his creative dishes such as, Duck Breast with Cherries and Pistachio, and Bison Ribeye with Blueberry BBQ Sauce. Decadent desserts top off the experience such as the Grand Cru Chocolate Mousse and heavenly Crème Brulée.
In addition to serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Belvedere offers a vibrant Naturally Peninsula 5-course Plant-Based Menu prepared with hyper-local ingredients highlighted by herbs and vegetables from the on-site garden. Hotel guests and Beverly Hills’ residents alike enjoy weekend revelry with the Bubbles & Bells Free-flow Champagne Brunch and our latest endeavor, Tea Party.
The Belvedere has an impressive history of showcasing a variety of artisan collaborations including an Emerging Artist Series and Cirque de Solei performance in 2019, and more recently, a highly successful pop-up with Sushi Nakazawa, and cult creators Wolves Whiskey with several more extraordinary experiences to come.
Reservations are suggested. Please call +1 310 975 2736 during operating business hours or click below for reservations on OpenTable.
6:30AM - 2:30PM
5:00PM - 10:00PM
Closed for dinner on Sundays & Mondays.
Bubbles & Bells Champagne Brunch
Saturday & Sunday
11:00AM - 2:30PM
Belvedere Tea Party
Saturday & Sunday
11:00AM - 2:00PM
Meet The Chef Ralf Schlegel
With over 20 years of hospitality and Michelin-starred restaurant experience, Executive Chef Ralf Schlegel oversees all culinary aspects of The Peninsula Beverly Hills’ dining outlets, including its signature restaurant, The Belvedere and rooftop restaurant, The Roof Garden. A third-generation chef trained in French, German, and Italian cuisine, Schlegel combine his European cooking style with locally sourced ingredients, including herbs and vegetables from the hotel’s onsite garden to create a fresh take on classic and seasonal dishes.
An experience at The Belvedere is a feast for the senses.