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Zazie

Zazie

Posto per la colazione e Ristorante francese$$$$
Cole Valley, San Francisco
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9.3/10
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  • Luke B.
    Luke BornheimerAgosto 10, 2016
    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.
    Votato positivo 1 settimana fa
  • Eater
    EaterAprile 12, 2016
    The brunch lines here are truly absurd, but once you're facing a plate of gingerbread pancakes, eggs Benedict, and perfect home fries, the annoyance of the wait will recede. Leggi tutto
  • Omur K.
    Omur KirikciFebbraio 7, 2016
    I'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.
  • Shaena
    ShaenaSettembre 8, 2015
    Delectable everything! Seriously. Split 3 meals amongst friends and it was to die for. We had the eggs florentine, lemon ricotta pancakes and banana pancakes. You can also build your own mimosas!
  • mo pleasure
    mo pleasureSettembre 14, 2016
    buttermilk pancakes were bomb. eggs ben done any way, with home fries (really just roasted potatoes?) were delish. chai latte came in a cute bowl & served w almond milk. expect queues even on mondays
  • Adam F.
    Adam FAgosto 30, 2014
    This 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
  • Odile R.
    Odile RoujolGennaio 21, 2017
    Try 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 !
  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaAgosto 12, 2014
    You 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. Leggi tutto
  • Boon Y.
    Boon YapLuglio 2, 2014
    Get here before 11AM to get a table (rear patio is best), or sign up for a table, and be prepared to wait. Great eggs Benedict (esp the La Mer w/crab).
  • Eduardo R.
    Eduardo RamirezDicembre 18, 2016
    È stato qui più di 5 volte
    The french toast is 💯. I also liked the mexican scramble. Pro tip ask for salsa and you'll get a delicious green chile sauce that goes great with the scramble.
  • Annie T.
    Annie TangMarzo 18, 2017
    È stato qui più di 5 volte
    For brunch, go early to write a name down because the wait can go up to 2-3 hours on weekends. Dinners are amazing and highly underrated. The menu is seasonal, but I get duck whenever they have it
  • Grace S.
    Grace S.Febbraio 17, 2014
    St. Albert Benedict. Most perfectly cooked poached egg I've ever had. Love that you can order 1, 2, or 3 poached eggs or pancakes so you can try lots of dishes. Raspberry jam is the bomb.
  • PureWow
    PureWowMaggio 23, 2017
    Brunch 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. Leggi tutto
  • SFGate
    SFGateSettembre 26, 2014
    Zazie 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. Leggi tutto
  • Ethar E.
    Ethar El-KatatneyAgosto 20, 2015
    È stato qui più di 10 volte
    Best. Brunch. Ever. Try the la mer eggs benedict--crabs and avocado with home fries 👌🏼Cute patio seating. You don't tip (rare) because they pay good wages. Prepare for a 30-60min wait on weekends.
  • Amanda A.
    Amanda AizussGiugno 28, 2015
    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.
  • Ya Fen W.
    Ya Fen WongMaggio 7, 2017
    Shared 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
  • Ashley Yuki
    Ashley YukiGennaio 9, 2017
    La mer Benedict (crab is sooo scrumptious!) and the lemon ricotta pancakes (complete w the most delectable lemon curd!). Worth the wait for brunch!
  • Jessica W.
    Jessica WickhamFebbraio 26, 2017
    Love this place! Get the miracle pancakes for a treat, or the scrambled eggs with egg plant - delicious! Usually a wait for a table but worth it!
  • 7x7 Magazine
    7x7 MagazineNovembre 1, 2012
    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! Leggi tutto
  • Ryan M.
    Ryan MillerAprile 8, 2016
    Keep an eye out for this sign. Front patio seats are first come first serve and can help cut down the long line!
  • Margherita B.
    Margherita B.Gennaio 17, 2017
    My favourite brunch in SF! Try the divorcee eggs benedict (avocado, fontina cheese and bacon) and wish to get a seating in the outdoor internal garden. No brunch reservations taken
  • Susan
    SusanLuglio 12, 2013
    Coffee 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.
  • Gui S.
    Gui SeizAprile 22, 2014
    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.
  • Bommy C.
    Bommy ChaAgosto 10, 2014
    Great brunch! Outside tables are first-come, first-served. Definitely order scrambled eggs and a side of orange cinnamon batter or stuffed with caramelized bananas and walnuts french toast.
  • Josh W.
    Josh WAprile 13, 2014
    È stato qui più di 5 volte
    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.
  • Beerblondie V.
    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!
  • Mary X.
    Mary XDicembre 16, 2012
    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.
  • Cooper S.
    Cooper SmithMarzo 3, 2013
    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
  • David R.
    David RAprile 4, 2017
    Very popular brunch spot - highly recommend the lemon ricotta pancakes and French toast (get there before 10:30). Also has an underrated dinner.
  • Priya S.
    Priya SaiprasadOttobre 17, 2013
    È stato qui più di 5 volte
    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.
  • Lan
    LanNovembre 20, 2014
    Share 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!
  • Rachel E.
    Rachel EisenMaggio 11, 2015
    È stato qui più di 10 volte
    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.
  • florg f.
    florg florgensenFebbraio 28, 2015
    Want 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.
  • Stephanie T.
    Stephanie ThomasMarzo 17, 2014
    È stato qui più di 5 volte
    Hard to go wrong here. Poached eggs and any pancake is a great way to go. The lemon ricotta miracle pancake is my favorite! Hope to see it back sometime soon.
  • AJ L.
    AJ LGiugno 7, 2014
    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 :)
  • Ryan M.
    Ryan MillerAprile 8, 2016
    Poached eggs were good. Miracle pancake was to die for. A must order if on the specials. We had the bread pudding version.
  • BuzzFeed
    BuzzFeedAgosto 23, 2016
    Zazie is known for their tantalizing weekend morning menu. The Tahiti French Toast, stuffed with walnuts and caramelized bananas, will transport you to a tropical island. Leggi tutto
  • Anthony M.
    Anthony MaggioOttobre 26, 2013
    The cider pork chop is unreal. The Cru Pinot Central Valley was a great wine - the French wines were all a little off.
  • Andy M.
    Andy McMillanNovembre 30, 2012
    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.
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedDicembre 3, 2015
    "I usually go with the onion soup, piping-hot with melted cheese that is so stringy it won't break unless you take a pair of scissors to it." Chef Tim Luym Leggi tutto
  • Yev P.
    Yev PusinMarzo 22, 2015
    Any three course meal here will give other restaurants a run for their money. Mussels are impeccable. Rabbit is great!
  • Christina L.
    Christina LorMaggio 6, 2013
    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.
  • Timothy H.
    Timothy HongFebbraio 28
    Pro tip for the cost-conscious: split Benedict and French toast between 3 people, portions are big enough if you get the 3-piece options. Add on sides as needed.
  • Helio M.
    Helio MedeirosAprile 9, 2016
    Best brunch ever! I should have the amazing pancakes, but finish your entries first they're better hot :)
  • WhiskyAvenger
    WhiskyAvengerGiugno 13
    È stato qui più di 10 volte
    Super crowded lines to get in before Adele,now mega crowded lines to gain entry after. Thanks Adele! The breakfasts here are worth while. Try to get on the patio. It’s lovely!
  • Roxanna
    RoxannaAgosto 11, 2014
    "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!
  • Ms H.
    Ms HeleneGiugno 10
    Roasted vegetable plate $18. Put your name down, get coffee nearby and return in an hour on weekends before noon
  • Maddy
    MaddyLuglio 12, 2012
    delicious 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 :)
  • Jessica C.
    Jessica ContoliniOttobre 29, 2015
    Their eggs Benedict (poached eggs) are amazing! Everything on the menu looked delicious, so it was difficult to decide what item to order!
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