Best Crepe I've had. We stopped here for dessert one evening during our stay in San Francisco. I'm a big fan of crepes, but nothing.... nothing prepared me for this place. I had the Santorini crepe -- sweet crepe with pistachios, walnuts, brown sugar, cinnamon, and marscarpone. Comes with a side of whipped cream and vanilla bean ice cream. I picked this crepe because it sounded a little different to what I was used to -- oh my goodness, melt-in-your-mouth goodness. The crepe itself is nicely browned and a bit crispy on the edges -- very nice texture. We were surprised to see that there are several other Crepevines in the Bay area. Hopefully, this place will branch out into LA one day.
The Best Place When You're In The Mood For It. When you're in the mood for Crepevine, it is absolutely perfect. Does it have the character of a Polker's or Kate's? Definitely not. Is it relatively quick, relatively inexpensive and customizable? Yes. In a way, it's the perfect place for the area it's situated in. Sometimes it's difficult to get a seat and sometimes it's loud to the point of annoying, but this is a generally solid place that serves up tasty food. Good veggie options too.
Great Food Fast- that is good for you too.
Great food.. Nice place and the folks couldn't be friendlier.
They have everything from crepes to a great selection of salads and sandwiches. This place is a definite addtion to the neighborhood. It's done nicely inside - although can be a little loud sometimes when it gets really busy. They have a good beer selection and a full bar too. Oh and the portions are on the larger size.. I had their soup once and it was really good and they have fresh carrot juice. YUM.
Colorful creperie stands out with fresh, quality ingredients..
Diners pace their orders at the counter, grab a table and wait for generously portioned dishes to arrive at this bustling eatery. Sweet and savory crepes are available all day long, as is breakfast, which includes updated dishes, like benedictions--twists on the classic Eggs Benedict--and hearty three-egg scrambles. Sandwiches, like the North Beach, a roasted vegetable and pesto-slathered bagel, and the Bodega Bay, a tuna melt with Dijon mustard, show off San Francisco flavors.
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