Everything on the menu is delicious! i drove by this place too many times before i finally decided to eat here and now seem to go every other weekend. All the egg scrambles are good, keep an eye out for the days special. I absolutely love their french toast croissant with fresh strawberries. Usually i go with my sister so she'll order the egg dish and i'll order the french toast and we split it. Heads up, the wait during weekends can be 20+ minutes but the food is definately worth the wait. The waitstaff is also really friendly.
Pancakes, scrambles and a homey environment make this a favorite Noe Valley breakfast spot.. In Short Neighborhood regulars crawl out of bed early on weekend mornings to stand in line for brunch at this quaint little corner cafe on Church Street. The pleasant dining room is decked out with fresh flowers, flowered yellow tablecloths and salmon-hued walls. The breakfast menu includes pancakes, cinnamon croissant French toast, and mimosas made with fresh-squeezed orange juice.
my favorite brunch place in sf!.
Great food, my favorite is the bacon and egg scrambled eggs. Always friendly wait staff and excellent coffee. I love this place and have never been disappointed there. Often long lines.
Good, cute place to have breakfast.
I've seen the review from others complain about the line and the service. I went there on a week day about noon time, there was still a wait list. Their service is not as bad as other review complains. Iin fact, I think the service is fairly good. But it doesn't feel good to be on the wait list, especially for breakfast. The most important thing is, food is decent! The banana walnut pancake taste like a home made, the scramble egg taste right, not too oily, not too dry. Their fruit is fresh and sweet. The atmosphere is cute and cozy. The neighborhood is not too crowdy and nice. I have to go back there for the breakfast!
It's very hard to get attention or get seated at this restaurant. I've tried it several times just to make sure, but there are precious few friendly staff. They rush you in and out and are often outright rude. Prepare to wait for an hour or so on weekends.
The best brunch in San Francisco.
Whenever I have visitors to the city, I always take them to Choloes for bruch. Everybody loves it, the eggs, the pancakes, the salads, sandwiches, you cant wrong. The people are nice, the food is wonderful and I always look forward to a great meal when I go.
Words cannot describe....
...how delicious the food is here. You will ooh and ahh over just about everything, including the red potato, onion & cheddar scramble and the out of this world cinnamon croissant french toast. While you almost always have to wait 30-60 mins for a table, it's truly worth every second and the wait staff runs the place like a well-oiled machine.
User review by slipera.
My favorite breakfast/brunch spot in the city. I've always wondered how hard it is to prepare eggs, that is until I go somewhere other than Chloe's. The eggs there are the tastiest anywhere. The pancakes are great, too.
WORST SERVICE EVER!!!.
I went with three other people. We ordered, but when our food came, only three of us were served. We were told the missing eggs and pancakes would be right out. After almost 20 minutes, the eggs made their appearance. My friend completely finished the eggs before the pancakes came, by which time the rest of us were finished eating. We finally all finished, had just paid the bill and our waiter came up and said, "Could you please clear the table? Other people are waiting". CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT!!! We thought he was coming over to apologize, which nobody ever did, instead we were kicked out. The reason we took so long is because of poor service!