Three years since launching from a converted horse trailer in a SOMA parking lot, Crêperie Saint Germain is getting ready to open its third brick and mortar location in San Francisco at the Bank of America building.
Former SF Weekly restaurant critic Meredith Brody called it "the French truck that ... More >>
While renovations are grinding on at the Metreon at 101 Fourth St. (at Mission), the new modern and brightly illuminated food court (mostly) opened this last weekend. The eateries that debuted on Saturday, were Buckhorn Grill, Jillian's, and Japanese restaurant Sanraku. Monday and the next few weeks ... More >>
John BirdsallThe Number 3, cheese, ham, and egg, $6.95.Thursday, October 28, 2010
John BirdsallYou take a bite of the Number 3 (cheese, ham, and egg, $6.95) and your teeth squeak against the thickish slice of deli ham swathed in a double-fold of spongy-soft buckwheat crêpe. Crêperie ... More >>
SOMA special: The spinach- and feta-stuffed Mediterranean.Fri., Jan. 8, 2010
Crêperie Saint Germain's hyping of the buckwheat flour in its crisp-edged crêpes as "healthlicious" might be more Left Coast than Left Bank, but still: the vegetable- and feta-packed Mediterranean is a damn sight ... More >>
M. BrodyThe gypsy-ish cart stays open till 3 a.m. on weekends.In France, the folded crêpe is almost as popular a street food as hot dogs in N.Y. They're cooked to order in front of you and served piping hot, topped with anything from the simplest sprinkling of sugar or scattering of cheese t ... More >>