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Clafoutis French Bakery & Restaurant
French Restaurant$$
Today 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
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402 N Guadalupe St Santa Fe, NM 87501
402 North Guadalupe StreetUSNew MexicoSanta Fe87501
(505) 988-1809
$$French Restaurant, BakeryToday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmSunday Closed
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Low-key, French country-style spot for housemade baked goods & light breakfast/brunch/lunch fare.- Google
"Delicious ham and cheese crepes."
"It was crazy busy!"
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Minna Shirley
2 months ago
Stopped by on a Monday morning on my way out of town. It was crazy busy! There was a little confusion at the door but I eventually got a table. Service was courteous if not entirely prompt. They are hiring more waitstaff, which should help the situation. I had a bacon cheese and egg croissant. So, so good. Everything in the cases looked fantastic too. I would've stocked up for the week if I wasn't heading out. There's sort of controlled chaos swirling around the counters. Not relaxing, but so worth it.
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Pat Duran
2 years ago
One of the main reasons we love Santa Fe is Clafoutis for breakfast and bakery items, and that cheery, "Bonjour!" as you walk in the door. The parking is HORRENDOUS! It's not their fault - the lot is just too small. The first day we tried to go, there was a huge pickup in the handicapped spot, blocking the entrance to the back lot. We weren't the only people that had to drive away. The next day we managed to find a spot. The food is like heaven, and our waiter was amazing - light on his feet, fast, and doing most of the bussing in between waiting. We love Clafoutis!
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Andrea Peterson
2 years ago
I am amazed to find such delightful French baking and cooking in Santa Fe! Clafouti's has a very French countryside feel to it, and the provencal style found in their daily specials really appeal to me. You can taste that they use top quality ingredients in their sandwiches and crepes, and they have some of the most beautiful croissants I've ever seen. I love hearing the French accents of some of the young women who work there. The atmosphere is just perfect if you're beginning to tire of a New Mexico overload!
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Bridgid Gallagher
2 years ago
Such amazing food! The pastries are fantastic. The coffee is delicious. The service is usually pretty good, although you can expect to wait for your food when they are packed. And the place is usually packed, with a line out the door of people waiting for a table. Clafoutis is so worth the wait!
David McMillian
a month ago
Delicious ham and cheese crepes. I really enjoyed the coffee (strong!) Great presentation of variety of breads including the best croissant I've ever eaten!
Deb Brown
a year ago
Busy place for a reason. The food is excellent. My husband came down last year and couldn't find good food any where. We now have our favorite place! OMG! Its better than it looks!
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Jason Brooks
2 years ago
Great place to eat and the baked goods are amazing!! Parking sucks and the service was as good as it could be for such a busy atmosphere. My drink was always full and we got what we needed. We liked it so much we went there for breakfast and then lunch the next day.
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James Beswick
3 years ago
I visited 5 years ago and loved the place and returned today. The service was atrocious - hard to get anyone's attention for anything as they frantically fly around tables. We were seated in the corner near the restroom which means you can smell the restroom and get ignored by servers. The onion soup tastes like mush. The salads are extremely generic - a few raw ingredients topped with a vinaigrette. Although I'm sure the bakery is good, the service has suffered as a result of it's fame and I won't be trying this again on future visits. Parking is a nightmare too, as others have commented.
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