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941 Cole Street
San Francisco, CA 94117

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(415) 564-5332

  • Sun - 9:00am - 9:30pm
  • Mon - Wed 8:00am - 9:30pm
  • Thu 8:00am - 9:30am
  • Fri 8:00am - 10:00pm
  • Sat 9:00am - 10:00pm

Cuisine: Dog Friendly Restaurants, French Restaurants

4.8 of 5.0 from 245 reviews

price range:$11 to $25


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  • yummy4mahtummy reviewWe have been going to Zazie for 4 years now and the food is consistantly top rate. Get there early if you want the artichoke - they go fast. The eggplant is a wonderfully light appetizer and noone makes a red wine reduction sauce so amazingly tasty as they do. Simply wonderful. Weekend brunch is also worth the wait to get a table. The gingerbread pancakes with Lemon Curd are my personal favorite.

    44444 by yummy4mahtummy

  • edwardchilders reviewVery disappointing meal! The Provencal Fish Soup was $10.95 (good price) but consisted of a thickened broth with two bite sized pieces of fish and 3-4 mussels. A side plate with one tiny potato, two tiny slices of baguette and a tiny ramekin of cheese. The Mussel Appetizer was in a cream sauce and ws absolutely flavorless .. at 5.95 for 10 mussels .... .60 cents per tiny mussel felt like a ripoff. The brownie cake with ice cream dessert was dry and boring and the Pate was dull. Hanger Steak was cold ... Yes the prices are low but in this case you get what you pay for. Very lackluster experience. Most had the 3 course Prix Fixe, and with beverages et. it ended up at about $30 per person including tip ... not really a bargain.

    11111 by edwardchilders

  • Scott DAmazing place for breakfast. Try the divorcee. Strange name for a breakfast but delicious!

    55555 by Scott D

  • Brady AAmazing brunch

    55555 by Brady A

  • Lía SánchezThe Egg Benedict with crab, is to die for!!!! ♥

    55555 by Lía Sánchez

  • Mattias Petter JThe italian scrambled eggs are amazing!

    55555 by Mattias Petter J

  • Pia HGreat French toasts!!!!!!

    55555 by Pia H

  • Anna DThe line was crazy, but was worth it so much. Eggs Benedict and French toasts - must try!

    55555 by Anna D

  • Lía SánchezGreat place with back patio, delicious french food and awesome service =)

    55555 by Lía Sánchez

  • PureWowBrunch on the back patio of Zazie is a bucket-list item, but if you’re a true local, you know your way around the bistro classics like cassoulet and beef bourguignonne.

    55555 by PureWow

  • Andrew DThe brunch is good here but the dinner might be better. Incredibly well executed French food at a good price with enthusiastic service.

    55555 by Andrew D

  • Rajarshi ASuper long queues,sit in the back patio and enjoy the crab benedict with mimosa

    55555 by Rajarshi A

  • Ya Fen RShared Florentine Benedict, crab Benedict , pancakes and french toast. Florentine was my favorite and the latte was the size of a soup bowl. Very enjoyable spot

    55555 by Ya Fen R

  • H K.Scrambled eggs Mexican hit the hungry spot. With brown toast and salad in photo attached

    55555 by H K.

  • TJ lTuesdays - no corkage!!!👍👍👍

    55555 by TJ l

  • 67tara VHanger steak with mashed potatoes and asparagus was delicious 😍

    55555 by 67tara V

  • Eli SThe soy chorizo and eggs was delicious! Also tried the 2 poached eggs on dungeness crab and it was amazing.

    55555 by Eli S

  • Hannah S.The egg benedict, crab and avocado is marvelous! A little pricey tough...

    55555 by Hannah S.

  • Odile DTry to have one of the table outside with sun at 10.00am, no need to be on the list. Else be ready to wait for it ... nice service.Cream cheese on a toasted bagel and baguette 🥖 with jam and butter !

    33333 by Odile D

  • Hector LGreat place to get salmon eggs Benedict's!

    55555 by Hector L

  • Liza JAmazing brunch!

    55555 by Liza J

  • Simon CDinner recommendations: Pâté for appetizer and duck breast for main course

    55555 by Simon C

  • Joanna F.Outdoor brunch spot, really good!

    55555 by Joanna F.

  • Lori B.Excellent menu of Benedict and pancake options. Try to seat in the back garden.

    55555 by Lori B.

  • Peiying WenNothing really stood out that made the wait worth it. I've definitely had way better brunch/breakfast for less money and shorter lines.

    33333 by Peiying Wen

  • Shahad AlshubailyThe place is so small, long waiting. But definitely worth it. Food is so good

    55555 by Shahad Alshubaily

  • Prakash DMy favorite brunch spot. The hype is real, the lines are stuff of legends. Tahiti french toast is the best french toast I have had.

    55555 by Prakash D

  • Nikunj K.Pancakes are really good

    55555 by Nikunj K.

  • Jaime HEverything here is amazing.

    55555 by Jaime H

  • Luke B.A neighborhood favorite, Zazie serves up classic dishes, some having unique or modern twists/additions. The line can be long, so try to go during the week or put your name down before you want to eat.

    55555 by Luke B.

  • Asia AAwesome breakfast place! Florentine eggs and mexican scrambles are excellent and you can get soyrizo! Very friendly staff. Tip free.

    55555 by Asia A

  • J JFrench toast

    55555 by J J

  • Jonathan C.My wife and I LOVE this place. We love the food of course, but also love how they value their employees.

    55555 by Jonathan C.

  • Ty CKnown for the pancakes and worth the wait.

    55555 by Ty C

  • Scott J.Miracle Pancakes with lemon and ricotta. Best breakfast ever.

    55555 by Scott J.

  • Hailey C.Brunch here is great (I love the scrambles) but dinner is also worth a visit for some classic French items

    55555 by Hailey C.

  • Álvaro Marchán AlarcónCheck the specials!

    33333 by Álvaro Marchán Alarcón

  • Maya ShanmugamGo for the Un Deux Trois, sub a Gingerbread pancake and get a side of homefries for the table

    33333 by Maya Shanmugam

  • Thomas EBreakfast, especially the scrambled eggs with a lot of mushrooms

    55555 by Thomas E

  • Mikahla VicinoAlbert poached eggs and sunshine mimosa. Do it.

    55555 by Mikahla Vicino

  • Valerie B.Wonderful service and great breakfast. Seats outside are first come first serve if you're starving!

    55555 by Valerie B.

  • lisa TThe french toast was amazing! They also have a special mimosa which is great :)

    55555 by lisa T

  • Helio NBest brunch ever! I should have the amazing pancakes, but finish your entries first they're better hot :)

    55555 by Helio N

  • Ryan M.Keep an eye out for this sign. Front patio seats are first come first serve and can help cut down the long line!

    33333 by Ryan M.

  • Kamran M.The buttermilk pancakes were delicious and fluffy!

    55555 by Kamran M.

  • Jess BBe prepared to wait

    55555 by Jess B

  • Nasser AOatmeal brûlée is a must .. Great breakfast options .. Tip free and outstanding service 👍

    55555 by Nasser A

  • Omur MI've been travelling all around the world. Their tahitian french toast is best of the best. It is their own recipie. What is special with toast is its bread is cooked and shipped only to Zazie.

    55555 by Omur M

  • Omur MThanks Mario-the manager and the team. I will definitely visit again.

    55555 by Omur M

  • Filip MScrambled omlette du jour

    55555 by Filip M

  • Shelley BThe prices of menu went up a lot. Food is not so impressed for what you pay for. The wait is long.but the people are friendly.

    55555 by Shelley B

  • Chuck HanNot sure I've ever had anything bad here. Breakfast, brunch, dinner, all great!

    55555 by Chuck Han

  • AlekseyBreakfast is good, but prices are a bit too steep.

    55555 by Aleksey

  • Deacon B.Everything is good. Seriously - eaten here a dozen times, haven't had a bad thing yet.

    55555 by Deacon B.

  • Jessica C.Their eggs Benedict (poached eggs) are amazing! Everything on the menu looked delicious, so it was difficult to decide what item to order!

    55555 by Jessica C.

  • Lisa KAny of the eggs benedict style options are wonderful, and the French toast is fantastic!

    55555 by Lisa K

  • Fred S.Good. But that's it. Just 'good'. Nowhere near Plow so don't even bother trying to compare them. This is a solid American breakfast place. There are many worse and many better.

    33333 by Fred S.

  • Laurence B.Easily the most infuriating place to have brunch in San Francisco. It's been 5 years since "the incident" and I'm still livid. Avoid at all costs.

    22222 by Laurence B.

  • Team SDog friendly, dog-friendly outdoor space! Eat with your pup!

    55555 by Team S

  • Mike C.Always busy brunch spot, but worth the wait. The gingerbread pancakes & French Toast Tahiti are awesome.

    55555 by Mike C.

  • Amanda A.We got lucky and sat in the back patio. The Mexico eggs were delicious, and the gingerbread pancakes are a but cakes for my taste, but the lemon curd made up for that.

    55555 by Amanda A.

  • Manuel YBenedict styled eggs are brilliant. The Latte is really good Too. Definitely a must in SF

    55555 by Manuel Y

  • Ryan NAbsolutely delicious hole in the wall with an incredible back outdoor seating area. Breakfast is slammin good!

    55555 by Ryan N

  • Dave H.The tables in front are first-come, first-serve.

    33333 by Dave H.

  • Victoria O.Always get the special pancake with the lemon curd. Flavors change seasonally, but always a winner. You can order just one. Also, you must order one of their many Benedict options. Enjoy!

    55555 by Victoria O.

  • Rachel E.My favorite brunch in the city with consistently amazing poached eggs (NEVER overcooked). Pro Tip: get chummy with Mario, the manager. He might help you avoid a portion of your 1+ hour wait.

    55555 by Rachel E.

  • Jessica TaylorVery good brunch. Wait well worth it.

    55555 by Jessica Taylor

  • Samantha AHome fries, that's what's up.

    33333 by Samantha A

  • Roger M.Get a flight of their buttermilk pancake, gingerbread pancake & French toast

    55555 by Roger M.

  • Claire PedersenAMAZING brunch! Try and sit outside it is way worth the wait. Don't forget to get the Griddle Flight for the table.

    55555 by Claire Pedersen

  • Yev P.Any three course meal here will give other restaurants a run for their money. Mussels are impeccable. Rabbit is great!

    55555 by Yev P.

  • Yuki k.Ginger pear pancakes!

    55555 by Yuki k.

  • SGet: coffee cake.

    55555 by S

  • colazionearomacute little brunch spot. sit in the backyard.

    55555 by colazionearoma

  • Adam K.Top notch brunch! Try the miracle pancakes for sure. Huge selection of mimosa like drinks.

    55555 by Adam K.

  • florg florgensenWant to feel like you're in the movie 'Amelie' while eating a delicious French inspired breakfast? Go here but show up early or suffer the torment of waiting for up to an hour. Even on a Tuesday.

    55555 by florg florgensen

  • Connie C.Get the home fries if you love garlic.

    55555 by Connie C.

  • Carson GregoryBrunch is standout.

    55555 by Carson Gregory

  • Abdarrahman Al-SharifI had breakfast here twice and it was very good

    55555 by Abdarrahman Al-Sharif

  • Brad T.What can I say that hasn't already been said. There's reason why it's on so many brunch lists but miss the dinner either. Might be their best kept secret.

    55555 by Brad T.

  • Aly OradyOrange French Toast!

    55555 by Aly Orady

  • Mariianne CraryBrunch outside in the summer

    55555 by Mariianne Crary

  • Casey H.Best brunch in SF.

    55555 by Casey H.

  • Runqiu CaiMiracle pancake is very tasty (pumpkin)

    55555 by Runqiu Cai

  • Siddarth PrakashGreat breakfast-y food, everything was delicious! Use Cover for $10 off.

    55555 by Siddarth Prakash

  • Ashley KubachkaThe Challah French Toast is the best French toast I've ever tasted.

    55555 by Ashley Kubachka

  • Lauren StrehlowBack patio has been remodeled and is worth the wait to dine al fresco.

    55555 by Lauren Strehlow

  • Ali A.French toast and pancakes. Your morning will never be the same.

    33333 by Ali A.

  • Christophe L.It's good, but definitely not worth more than 20 min wait. Completely overhyped.

    22222 by Christophe L.

  • LanShare the Griddle Flight with a group of friends to get a bite of each fluffy sweet offering. Lemon curd on pancake here is to die for!

    55555 by Lan

  • Kate A.Outdoor seating

    55555 by Kate A.

  • carcher 8Amazing pancakes, and super filling... one is enough!

    55555 by carcher 8

  • aisha fosterDuck... Zazie burger

    55555 by aisha foster

  • Esther CarpenterBrunch spot - gingerbread pancakes

    55555 by Esther Carpenter

  • Victoria Tengblad-KreftEggs Benny!

    55555 by Victoria Tengblad-Kreft

  • Nipun S.La Mer Poached Eggs

    55555 by Nipun S.

  • Lee JohnsonLove it all

    55555 by Lee Johnson

  • Jonathan H.Magic Mimosas are pretty damn tasty.

    55555 by Jonathan H.

  • SFGateZazie has a longstanding tradition as a brunch venue, with gingerbread or buttermilk pancakes a favorite. There's also a prix-fixe option, including one of the restaurant's decadent homemade desserts.

    55555 by SFGate

  • Kimling FMiracle Pancakes!!! Sour cream poppyseed pancakes with Meyer lemon curd and strawberries

    55555 by Kimling F

  • Adam FThis French cafe is pumping out takes on classic brunch items from a kitchen the size of a small kiddie pool. Go straight to the specials. Get a side pancake and to sit quickly swoop onto front tables

    55555 by Adam F

  • Chefs FeedTim Luym, chef of Attic Restaurant, eats here on his nights off. He loves the French onion soup.

    55555 by Chefs Feed

  • James TOmelette du Jour is always a winner.

    55555 by James T

  • Jonathan W.Gingerbread pancakes are so good, we bought the mix to bring home!

    55555 by Jonathan W.

  • Tom M.Maybe I'm a crab snob, but I think the Le Mer is terribly overrated. The crab flavor is completely crushed by the eggs and hollandaise, making the crab irrelevant. My potatoes were undercooked, too :(

    22222 by Tom M.

  • Maz A.Incredible brunch. Get the croque madam with egg!

    55555 by Maz A.

  • James TThe specials are always worth checking out.

    55555 by James T

  • James TLots to do in the neighborhood while you wait. Because you will wait.

    55555 by James T

  • AFAR MediaYou know you are near Zazie's by the crowd out front. There are numerous varieties of eggs benedict to choose from, sweet treats like griddle cakes, corn cakes, and flavored pancakes.

    55555 by AFAR Media

  • Roxanna"Curb-side" tables are first come first served! No need to put your name down - just grab a table! Saved us tons of time on a Sunday morning!

    55555 by Roxanna

  • Mark VegaBaked Hot Chocolate!

    55555 by Mark Vega

  • Brent GatewoodMiracle Pancakes & French Toast.

    55555 by Brent Gatewood

  • Mohit ShewaramaniThe key is to split sweet and savory. Go with a friend and get one of each! On the sweet side, the Tahiti French Toast is great, but the Miracle Pancakes win hands down.

    55555 by Mohit Shewaramani

  • NicholePerfect spot for good conversation and a coffee.

    55555 by Nichole

  • Lauren FukanoThe back patio is perfect for dinner, no corkage fee every Tuesday night!

    55555 by Lauren Fukano

  • Murray K.Whatever that chocolate dessert with marshmallows is... that. Get that. Seriously.

    55555 by Murray K.

  • AJ L.If you have a craving for pancakes, this is place to go! There's always a long line on the weekends for breakfast/brunch so come here early... or stop by during the week :)

    55555 by AJ L.

  • Ingo R.Gingerbread pancakes are the blast! Finally something new compared to the good, old fashioned, regular pancakes.

    55555 by Ingo R.

  • Ingo R.Pro tip: The four tables out in front are not regulated through the wait list. Be fast, be aggressive! ;)

    33333 by Ingo R.

  • RoxannaNote fries does not mean fries (for us who's visiting). It's just pan fried chopped up potatoes....

    33333 by Roxanna

  • Gui S.So, get the miracle pancakes with a side of bacon or the Le Mer eggs (crab & avocado) - the bacon has nothing on Sweet Maple but the rest makes up for it.

    55555 by Gui S.

  • Josh W.Brunch here doesn't blow me away, but dinner is phenomenal. From French onion soup and moules marinières to duck leg cassoulet and rabbit fettuccine, everything is flavorful and perfectly executed.

    55555 by Josh W.

  • Silvia RBest Benedict ever.

    55555 by Silvia R

  • Jess N.Grab a coffee at Peet's next door while you wait (you'll be waiting for a while during the weekend)

    55555 by Jess N.

  • Nicolas T.Cassoulet!

    55555 by Nicolas T.

  • Matthew K.Very good food and fast service, a bit of a wait for a table but that's just the nature of small restaurants

    55555 by Matthew K.

  • Peggy C.Gingerbread pancakes FTW! Best brunch in the city!

    55555 by Peggy C.

  • Kyle M.Best brunch. Go near when they open or expect a wait and get a coffee nearby to kill time.

    55555 by Kyle M.

  • LaurenThe benedict, the hot bread rolls, the cheese plate, and the half bottles of wine. There's nothing else you need to know.

    55555 by Lauren

  • Angie H.Get gingerbread pancakes if you like joy in your life.

    55555 by Angie H.

  • Leury H.Two words: Gingerbread Pancakes.

    55555 by Leury H.

  • Anthony M.The cider pork chop is unreal. The Cru Pinot Central Valley was a great wine - the French wines were all a little off.

    55555 by Anthony M.

  • Priya S.Literally everything is amazing here. But in the rare case that you can't order everything, get the griddle sampler platter and fontainbleau egg scramble with a glass of the pomegranate mimosa.

    55555 by Priya S.

  • Kristiaan D.Great food there and a outside heated terrace

    55555 by Kristiaan D.

  • Bill W.Best Bloody Mary of my life.

    55555 by Bill W.

  • Gabriel G.Zazie was such an EPIC brunch spot. How dare you if you don't touch the French toast!

    33333 by Gabriel G.

  • Ruwaida A.Very good food and atmosphere try to set in their back yard it's more fun and Cousy

    55555 by Ruwaida A.

  • Adambreakfast/brunch ftw.

    55555 by Adam

  • SusanCoffee cake was amazing as was the La Mer Eggs Benedict. There is a $1.25 benefits surcharge per person to provide full benefits for their staff!!! Love supporting those who support their employees.

    55555 by Susan

  • Hana K.Tables out front are first come, first serve...and not part of the waiting list.

    33333 by Hana K.

  • Natalie R.Sit in the charming sunny back patio and build your own mimosa.

    55555 by Natalie R.

  • Jorge J.best eggs benedict in town

    55555 by Jorge J.

  • David S.The crab Benedict is amazeballs!

    55555 by David S.

  • Derek S.This place was BOMB. Period

    55555 by Derek S.

  • Nishant B.Order me a Kronenbourg 1664 plz!!!

    22222 by Nishant B.

  • Christine S.The French Toast Tahiti is super good! Get (at least) two slices. The mimosa w/sorbet is divine!

    55555 by Christine S.

  • Annie T.Best brunch in brunch city. I could live on their home fries alone.

    55555 by Annie T.

  • Christina L.Love the gingerbread pancake with lemon curd & mimosa with elderberry. If you could bring the Bloody Mary from Finnergan's and mix it with Zazie's you'll be in business.

    55555 by Christina L.

  • Kris V.Try the Chicken Liver Pâté - #kvpinmybelly : Savory, meaty goodness on toasted bread. Lovely start to dinner! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Kris V.

  • Vanessa R.Eat all of the things.

    33333 by Vanessa R.

  • Anna M.The brunch is amazing! Well worth the wait. Try for a seat out in the patio.

    55555 by Anna M.

  • Kris V.Try the Cassoulet - #kvpinmybelly : Bistro heaven in #SF with duck leg, sausages, white beans and bread chunks. YUMMY! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Kris V.

  • Michael E.Get the poached eggs... Incredible

    55555 by Michael E.

  • Iris H.In mood for sweet- French Toast is very tasty- banana-walnutty. Coffee drinks expensive (esp when use soymilk is +$1), but latte/mocha sizes huge. Long wait on w/e, but parties of 2 move pretty fast.

    55555 by Iris H.

  • Tim P.Place is always packed out on weekends but I've walked right in for breakfast/brunch any day weekdays without a wait and with minimal baby carriage crowding.

    55555 by Tim P.

  • Kirk Y.Try the Mexico scramble with Soyrizo

    55555 by Kirk Y.

  • Kevin N.Their bloodies aren't very good. The benedicts and the potatoes are fantastic. Spoiler alert: the potatoes have whole roasted garlic cloves. Super awesome.

    55555 by Kevin N.

  • Mei L.Steelhead, Mac n Cheese, with arugula & beet salad. Delightful! Definitely get the chocolat chaud for dessert.

    55555 by Mei L.

  • Cooper S.The two tables out front are first come, first serve. Snag one and eat your delicious eggs Benedict in the time it takes for other people to get seated

    55555 by Cooper S.

  • Lesley K.Best eggs Benedict I have ever had. Benedict + fresh Dungeness crab. It was heaven!

    55555 by Lesley K.

  • Melita M.Be ready to wait for an hour to be seated for an average food. There are better places for brunch in Haight

    33333 by Melita M.

  • Eman P.Great food and beautiful back deck seating

    55555 by Eman P.

  • Hugo B.Highly recommended by Marysia and Mat Balez

    55555 by Hugo B.

  • Toby C.La Mer Benedict is legit

    55555 by Toby C.

  • Igor P.Long waiting lines, too damn small menu, mediocre food and a bit pricey. Just another overpriced and overhyped brunch place.

    33333 by Igor P.

  • Rachel L.Amazing gingerbread pancakes. Amazing eggs Benedict. Amazingly long wait times. Try going early or super late...

    55555 by Rachel L.

  • Minyi S.Try the La Mer Benedict - So flavorful and fresh (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Minyi S.

  • Minyi S.Try the Monaco Poached Eggs - so good. Best home fries as well (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Minyi S.

  • ashley t.Anna is the best! Get the La Mer. It's incredible.

    55555 by ashley t.

  • Natsumi I.Try the New York Style Scrambled Eggs - Highly recommended for all Salmon, egg and cheese lovers :) (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Natsumi I.

  • LilianThe La Mer and the spinach & mushroom scramble are hard to beat (:

    55555 by Lilian

  • Mary X.La Mer Benedict w crab and avocado was very good. Tahiti French toast w stuffed bananas and walnuts is rich. 10.30am arrival on a Sunday didn't have a wait for 2. Larger parties have longer waits.

    55555 by Mary X.

  • Andy M.The La Mer Benedict (read: crab benedict) everyone is mentioning is on the specials menu, not the main menu with the rest of the poached egg dishes. Order it, it's pretty great.

    55555 by Andy M.

  • michael l.Very good pork

    55555 by michael l.

  • 7x7 M.Though there are seven types of Benedict here, the Valence is the winner. Crispy english muffins are topped with roasted eggplant and smothered in a spicy tomato sauce. And the home fries are a must!

    55555 by 7x7 M.

  • Pacific Union InternationalGreat Sunday brunch, but prepare to wait in line. We've seen folks waiting even on weekday mornings.

    55555 by Pacific Union International

  • ElyseNo corkage fees-and more importantly- no lines, Tuesday evenings for dinner.

    55555 by Elyse

  • BayWhat more can be said!? Zazie is amazing. Period. French onion soup, their wine selection, whatever special they are running... Are to die for.

    55555 by Bay

  • Juan C.Si son mexicanos pidan la salsa verde, mexicana y picosa

    55555 by Juan C.

  • Juan C.Try the Une Assiette - Sampler of pancakes (via @Foodspotting)

    33333 by Juan C.

  • John R.Yet another vote for La Mer Benedict. And get a Miracle Pancake for the table.

    33333 by John R.

  • Maddydelicious brunch... get the zazie tea, its $4.50 but you get a decent sized pot, id say 5 full tea cups worth. very much worth it, and i know my tea :)

    55555 by Maddy

  • Sigmond V.Best brunch in the WHOLE bay!

    55555 by Sigmond V.

  • earth r.The wait is so worth it!!

    55555 by earth r.

  • Aaron G.Come for the patio, stay because your food still hasn't come yet.

    33333 by Aaron G.

  • Pascale D.If you want a family friendly restaurant in which you can share meals & bring a big crowd this isn't it. The place is small but cute & the food is okay. No big plates & no substitutes

    55555 by Pascale D.

  • Nicole E.The Eggs Le Mer with black currant and sorbet mimosa makes this a great brunch spot.

    55555 by Nicole E.

  • @tessa H.Try the Le Mer Poached Eggs - Crab, avocado, hollandaise = amazing, (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by @tessa H.

  • Micheal D.Amazing omelette special.

    55555 by Micheal D.

  • Alison L.Sit out back on the garden patio and order the Benny and gingerbread pancake. Do it! You won't be sorry.

    55555 by Alison L.

  • Ben R.Forget breakfast, go there for dinner.

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  • Olya L.If you are Russian or if you like fish, ahi Tina salad with anchovies is great!

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  • Rosemarie M.Picking up breakfast

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  • Margarita M.Try the new york scramble, lemonade, and split the gingerbread pancake with your date. The back patio is awesome&equipped with heating lamps

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  • Nathan R.The pre fixe menu, if available, is one of the best deals around.

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  • Jesse G.Got the bread sampler; buttermilk pancake was maybe the best one I've ever had, but the pumpkin pancake and French Toast were just "meh".

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  • Alissa D.Try the food!

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  • Melissa D.You can't go wrong with any of the eggs Benedicts! They go down well with a glass of mimosa too!

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  • Helen Z.Try the La Mer Eggs Benedict - Eggs were poached perfectly and the crab was amazing (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Helen Z.Try the French Toast Tahiti - Absolutely delicious, French toast with Carmelites bananas and walnuts stuffed inside! (via @Foodspotting)

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  • kyle B.The Challah french toast is amazing.

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  • Melissa D.Try to get a seat in the back patio area, especially on a nice sunny day! Beware of the lurking pigeons!

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  • Ashish P.Coffee cake is bomb

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  • Bruna D.lemon curd pancakes are great but expect an hour wait!

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  • Jassim L.Get the crab cake benedict.

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  • Sarah F.Gingerbread pancake is AMAZING!

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  • Steve D.The food was amazing, it's so worth the wait. Be sure to make your reservations ahead of time. KissKiss

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  • Siobhan Q.Bring your dog Monday nights for Dog Night on the back patio!

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  • Michael M.Benedict on the patio!

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  • MarkThe Albert is one of my top three favorite foods ever.

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  • Erica H.Viva le metro!

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  • Minal PDefinitely get the La Mer poached eggs!

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  • AnyClipCrepes on Cole was featured in the movie 40 Days And 40 Nights, check it out!

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  • Michael D.Not really worth the wait for weekend brunch, but so delicious on weekday mornings. Do try dinner, and have the pate.

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  • CrillmaticUnless you are a BIG eater, only get one pancake. Especially when ordering other things. The pancakes are really dense.

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  • Leta S.Tuesday nights are zero corkage nights. The rabbit cassoulet is amazing!

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  • Philip A.Brunch 8-1230

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  • kewlioShare the charcuterie plate for dinner (I really liked the chicken pate)

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  • FoodspottingOne of Fiona’s favorite brunch spots, Zazie is known for their perfect Hollandaise sauce and to-die-for potatoes. The potatoes are fried with whole cloves of garlic! Yum.

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  • Mark S.Mexico scramble is surprisingly good for a french place

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  • Jennie AFree corkage on Tuesday nights.

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  • Tony L.Brunch is good - but go for dinner. Reasonably priced and very good. Tuesday night is $0 corkage.

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  • Ryoko Y.There may be a long wait, but the coffee cake, mussels and the awesome service makes it worthwhile.

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  • robert e.Really good mimosas and everything on the menu makes your mouth salivate. I will def go back and the service is top notch! Finnegans is a great place to wait @ as well if a long line.

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  • Santi R.try the poached eggs with the crab meat and avocado.mmmm

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  • Amir Jsit in the patio

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  • DanielTry the orange french toast and the crab eggs benedict.

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  • Heather M.Wait may be long but worth it. The food is delicious and the service is awesome.

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  • JesseIf you're not in the mood for a long wait, Bambino's next door is also great for brunch.

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  • Jacqueline T.Went to have brunch and I tried the Ginger Bread Pancakes and the La Mer Poached eggs and I love it.

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  • WinstonHave a Bloody at Finnegan's Wake if you're in for a long wait.

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  • Alexander CEggs Monaco!

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  • Lauren ATry the gingerbread pancakes with bosc pears...delicious!!

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  • Courtney MThe Pierre Noir and coffee cake is delish!

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  • Jamie H.Must try the Eggs Benedict! Hands down the best I've ever had. Great place for Brunch!

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  • Mark BBread pudding pancakes (an occasional special, including today) are amazing

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  • Jamie Dubs W.Sit in the patio for brunch, order French Toast Tahiti or Gingerbread pancakes and a giant latte in a funky soupbowl

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  • Kate G.Eat brunch in the garden in weekends or go for a delicious, romantic dinner. Food is always good - omelettes are a fav for brunch and their roast chicken is great for dinner.

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  • Kevin R.Get the orange French toast, sooo f'ing good.

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  • Matt R.love the Albert!!

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  • Marianne M.The Le Mer Eggs Benedict and the Gingerbread pancakes are my faves.

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  • Kimberly ATry any of the Egg's Benedict.

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  • kev/nullSit in the back patio, order a freshly squeezed juice or a mimosa and get any of the eggs benedict (though I highly recommend La Mer — the crab benedict).

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  • Coley AAt Zazie, plan a weekend brunch on the sunny back patio. Try the 'La Mer' - poached eggs with dungeness crab, green onions, haas avocados on english muffin, hollandaise

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