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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
Wednesday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PMThursday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PMFriday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PMSaturday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PMSunday ClosedMonday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PMTuesday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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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."
"Hands down best place in town for authentic French bakery goods."
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Daniel Guggisberg
a month ago
Hands down best place in town for authentic French bakery goods. We have tried several other establishments in Santa Fe offering the same line of fare, but Clafoutis is the best. Contrary to what others have stated, I found the service extremely courteous, particularly that it can be difficult for the personnel in view of the high popularity of this establishment. We frequently have our breakfast at Clafoutis and purchase their baked goods to take home. Parking is very limited, but then one can easily park a short distance away and simply walk - walking is good for anyone. To the owners and personnel at Clafouti I would like to say ..."Keep it up - and a heartfelt Merci Mille Fois !"
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Dan Clark
3 months ago
As a local Santa Fean, I was very pleased to finally experience breakfast here this morning. I’m sorry to say I was underwhelmed. I had the omelet provincial, my partner the croque madame. The croque madame was tasty and well executed. The omelets was flat, a crusty brown, with nary a tomato in sight. Perhaps it’s because I’ve traveled to France extensively for business, but this omelet was bad even by American standards. Nothing light or fluffy or creamy about it. Denny’s does a better omelet. We also shared the pear & blueberry galette. The crust was rather doughy and the pear was completely drowned out by the apricot glaze. The French roast coffee was good, the service was friendly and efficient, and the room is nice. Parking is difficult. Go for a pastry and coffee but Chocolate Maven is a better choice for breakfast oeufs!
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Jonah Probell
5 months ago
Authentically French. Great crepes, truly French-style table bread, authentic baked goods. Very smiley wait staff. Colorful flatware and casual decorations. Giant cappuccinos. Crowded, with a wait list. A mix of locals and tourists.
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Paul Jonasse
4 months ago
Excellent food and extremely friendly staff, and the bakery, yeah, it's to die for. Everything is done very well.
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Gustaaf van Moorsel
4 months ago
Indistinguishable from French food in France; to me there is no higher compliment. The quality of their French bread and their pastry has no equal in Santa Fe or even New Mexico. Service is friendly but there can be a wait when it is busy, and it is busy a lot. Parking can be a real problem; there is a small lot behind the restaurant but many will park across the (busy) street. Forget about a Sunday brunch though: Clafoutis is closed Sundays.
zach vanharn
6 months ago
Ordered a chicken salad sandwich.. The only thing chicken salad about it was the chicken. Consisted of chicken, mayonnaise, tomatoe, lettuce and bread. No flavor and very bland. Would recommend adding fruit or celery to you chicken salad. After eating half, I just couldnt force the second half down. After the server never came back out to check on us I took the sandwich in, the owner or manager didn't suggest a solution, i had to basically ask for something else, she only gave me the option to get another half sandwich "since i had eaten the other half", i was really wanting to switch to the quiche or bruschetta but that was not an option unless I wanted to pay for it. Others at the table tried the second sandwich i ordered (Cuban) and everyone agreed; the ingredients are there, looks good, but has no flavor. I should have brought a lemon pepper grinder from home. I left upset and disappointed. Definitely go here but stay away from the sandwiches. The fries that came with the sandwich however were delicious. I hope the owner/manager realise there's always room for improvement.
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Minna Shirley
8 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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Simone Swan
4 months ago
soggy, cold croissant, sent baguette order back to warm it, crepe took 20 minutes to reach our table. blond waitress swore at us in French. infernal noise in room, waited standing for 14 minutes. we shall never, ever go back.