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Crepes On Cole
French Restaurant$
Today 7:00 am – 10:30 pm
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100 Carl St San Francisco, CA 94117
100 Carl StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94117
(415) 664-1800
$French Restaurant, Californian RestaurantToday 7:00 am – 10:30 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmThursday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmFriday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmSunday 7:00 am – 10:30 pm
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Local joint doling out crêpes & other American quick bites in a small space with outside tables.- Google
"I didn't order a crepe, but a scramble that was really good, and a coffee."
"The crepes are favorite savory is the Chicken Pesto."
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Lilian Tellez
5 months ago
After leaving an awful breakfast place on Haight without even touching the food, I came here a little bit irritated... What a different service and food! I didn't order a crepe, but a scramble that was really good, and a coffee. Everything was promptly served, and had enough space to choose a table. This place has so much potential... Food is solid, but the restaurant doesn't look as appealing and inviting as other nearby eateries.
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Alicia Nysse
10 months ago
This little place is so awesome! Just a couple blocks down from where I work and located in the heart of Cole Valley. They have so much more than just crepes which is great since I don't eat grains. Their salads are pretty amazing and a perfect size. The staff is friendly and always quick to bring out your food.
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Tom Boonsiri
a year ago
Ok, I'm guilty of not ordering the crepes, because I thought the omelet would be a better cure for the common hangover. While the omelet was pretty tasty I didn't think it exceeded the expectation for the fare (~$9). It was definitely filling though. So usually this might warrant a 3 rating but I definitely enjoyed the atmosphere. Find the perfect sunny saturday or sunday to have brunch here on their smaller tables outside. You'll thank me for it later.
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Alexander Molloy
a year ago
Came on a busy Sunday morning, recovering from the day before. Waited in line less than five minutes to order, and the food was ready quick. Got the San Francisco Benedict and the French Toast. Both plates were delightful and had cut up fruit on the side.
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Bruce Gabbard
2 months ago
Warm and inviting. Great place for a quick sandwich and drink.
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Jeff Amos
11 months ago
Excellent place. I loved the casual atmosphere, and the service was quick and proper. The food was top notch, from the scrambles to the crepes. There's no wait service, they just bring your food to your table, but still very gourmet food.
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Zarina Zayasortiz
a year ago
This is a great place to check out if Zazie down the street is too busy. Aside from having an all-day breakfast menu, the crepes are also tasty. My personal favorites on the menu are any of the dessert crepes, along with the gigantic omelettes. I also love that I can order a freshly squeezed orange juice *and* their draft beers are always $2.95 (Anchor Steam on tap, yes!).
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Corrie Davidson
a year ago
I was a little disappointed by this place - especially given my ardent love for crepes. The apple and cheese crepe was on par, with nice eggy crepes, but the banana nutella crepe was just bad. How do you mess that up?? Oh well, the savory crepes are good and they have such a huge, impressive menu that I'll just have to go try some more. A cute place to stop by for a casual brunch, lunch, or snack. If you can get an outside seat, its a lovely little neighborhood (you'd never know the hippies of Haight-Ashbury were just a couple blocks away).
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