Charming brunch-lunch place that does as much business selling its delightful pastries to go as it does with table service. Food: Crepes, sandwiches, pastries, just what you would expect from a little diner in France. Nothing life-altering, but all quite good. Drink: Espressos, various coffee drinks. Good. Service: Service on our visit was a little harried -- just one person (the owner) manning all the tables, inside and out. Orders are given at the counter. That said, the service was tolerably fast and pleasant. Atmosphere: Not a romantic French restaurant. Brightly painted, travel posters on the walls. But the place was clean and pleasant. Overall: This is a go-to spot for our friends in the area, with good reason. We'll be back again. Recommended.
This wonderful place reminded me of my time in France. This is a bistro style restaurant with no frills no trendy gimmicks—- just deliciously simple French food. Great for a morning meet up spot or a midday snack. The coffee is great and the baguettes are incredible. The rosemary fries are delightful. Service is phenomenal.
We came in later in the day and that might have affected things. My friend and I each got a pastry - mine was a spinach puff. Flavor was all there and it was delicious. The puff itself is not what I've come to expect from French pastry shops, unfortunately. The buttery, crunchy layers were not really separated into the beautiful sheets that really make a puff pastry stand out. Overall, I don't think this is a bad choice and other options may be better or it might be better not at closing. I, personally, will continue my search for a French pastry shop around the area.
My 13 year old daughter and I stopped here for a morning cappuccino and a pastry. If all cappuccino were as good as this was, coffee would be taking a back seat world wide. Best ever! The croissants were near perfect. And the owner is french with a refreshing energy and enthusiasm. For a minute, I forgot I was in the US of A
I went here to get crepes with my boyfriend. The crepes are the same price as the sandwiches with half the filling and no flavor. The desert crepe makes you add strawberries, which I got literally 7 SLICES for $1. Their Americano tasted awful. The owner was talking super loud and on her phone the whole time. The salad was slices of lettuce, canned corn and tomatoes with onions.. literally a BBQ picnic salad. DO NOT waste your money and spend $50 on bland food. Other food may be good but their crepes are nothing special whatsoever.
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