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by raymond longaray
October 24, 2011
June 9, 2003
Drinks: None for us. The menu offers American coffee, Cuban coffee con leche, espresso, cappuccino, tea and a selection of juices, soft drinks, beers and wines.
Food: The menu features a variety of crepes such as La Paysanne (bacon, mushrooms & bechamelle) for $6.70, La Chevre Chaud (goat cheese & walnut) for $7.50, La Mer (sea scallops in white wine & crème) and about 20 other choices. You can also order simple crepes with honey, strawberry, lemon, orange or raspberry jam for $3. Breakfast options include salmon and bagel for $7.45, croissants for $1.75, omelettes ranging from $5.50 to $6.50 which include toast, and other standard breakfast fare such as bacon and eggs. They also offer a French breakfast which seems to consist of French bread and a croissant for $4. The offer a good selection of salad and sandwiches as well. We opted for the turkey & ham sandwich which is served on fresh French bread with lettuce, tomato and homemade mayonnaise. It was a great, fresh deli sandwich.
From journal Key West Fiesta
March 25, 2002
At breakfast and dinner, their specialty is crepes. They serve over 40 different kinds. Entree-type crepes include everything from the simple crepes made with cheese or meats and cheese, to the "La Mer;" a crepe with Sea Scallops in White Wine & Cream. The large portion of their crepes are their dessert crepes, from the delicious black and white chocolate crepes, to the fruity pineapple, cinnamon, apple, strawberry, and honey and lime crepes; you have many to choose from! I had the black and white chocolate crepe and also tried the chocolate and almond crepe... both were out of this world!!
Not wanting a crepe? They also serve up a menu full of other French and American cuisine. For lunch, they offer an extensive menu consisiting of several different types of salads and sandwiches. I think their dinner menu offers quite a bit more.
Of course, being in Key West, there is an outdoor balcony to dine on at the front of the building. If it's full, try the side deck.
From journal Spring Break in Key West