First time I ever went here, the food was fantastic and the service mediocre. So I excused the service and went back again several months later.
Thankfully this time around, I got a much better server. I hope that other one got fired!
But the food speaks for itself and exceeds your wildest expectations. You have to try this one out!
Ti Couz been a favorite place of mine for a decade and a recent visit didn't change my favor. They serve great salads, organic if you like, and incredible soups in addition to crepes that are unlike any other I've had in the city. Whether as a penny-pinching student in the past or currently as a penny-pinching public school teacher, even a four course meal at Ti Couz with a bottle of wine has not evoked a gasp at the bill. If your appetite is for refined, thin and crispy savory buckwheat crepes with an assortment of thoughtful fillings like superbly caramelized onions or home style ratatouille in a European atmosphere, Ti Couz delivers. If you want an American style fast food crepe, fat and soggy, made of white flour and overstuffed with too much jack cheese, avocado, salsa or some other bastardization, by all means, eat at a cart at the fair or Crepevine and do those of us with a taste for real crepes a favor by cutting down the line at Ti Couz!
I really think this place is overblown for popularity because I have never been really into the service of food...nor the extravagant prices. Dare I say, I would have more space and service at a Crepevine?!
Oh, PLEASE! How did this get on the list? It's OK, but nothing special! I've eaten there three or four times over as many years. Never impressed me! Try Le Central if you want great French (bistro) food. THAT'S authentic.
A favorite for lunch. It's especially great for a sunny, warm afternoon to sit outside so arrive early and grab a sidewalk table! The crepes are always top notch and be sure to start with a green salad.
Nice place. We went at 6 p.m. on a Tuesday. Tried the Pear Cider in a bowl. Yummy. Had the day's salad special a both savory and sweet crepes. You are also served baguette and butter. Everything was very yummy and there no issues having a conversation although the place was rather busy. Food didn't seem to take long to be served contrary to some reviews I've seen. Will definitely go back!
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