I have been going there for about 5 years or so. 3 to 4 times a year. I always liked their food but their service is going down on a monthly basis!
We waited for about 1 hour and 45 min. My wife said 3 hours, but I don't think so :-)
Rude servers. Mostly female ones. And absolutely Rude host Eric. He is very calm and passive though but very incompetant. I will never go there again. For good ambiance,crepe, and service, go to Galette.
There is this Indian or Pakistani place few feet north of ticouz that looks ymmy. I should try that.
Good luck and voice your opinon in a respectful way. Always.
I've been going to Ti Couz for over ten years and just took my two elementary kids there again. We had to wait only about 10 minutes, but were given a nice corner table in the back where they could fidget without bothering other diners.
The highlight are the crepes -- savory, light buckwheat delights! I strongly recommend the cheese, mushroom and carmelized onion crepe.
Another highlight are the great drinks. There's hard cider on tap (go with the apple, skip the pear) as well as delicious lemon/mint crushes. The kids in particular liked the strawberry shakes.
The staff is great with the kids -- there's an open bar at the front where you can take the kids to see how the crepes are made.
We usually go when it opens, right at 5pm, which has the benefit of not waiting long AND also getting a good parking spot...we've always been able to park within a block of restaurant.
Best of all, we got out of there with drinks, food (no dessert) for about $50. A gr
Every time I go to SF, I have to eat at Ti Couz. Although it can be a little noisy, and there isn't much elbow room, the food is top notch. The best crepes I've had outside of France! Absoulutely delicious.
I can't count the number of times I've been to Ti Couz... the wait can be insane, especially if you want an outdoor table on a sunny day, but this place is a favorite with all of my friends and out-of-towners love it. The french onion soup is beyond, and the charcuterie is pretty special too. The buckwheat crepes are great and a nice change, and their salads are MASSIVE. The specialty cocktails are okay (a little too sweet for me, but again popular with my friends).
Again though- weekends and evenings are busy busy, and no reservations, just a whiteboard where you write your name and wait...
If you can stand the rude waiters, there's a decent crepe to be had
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 12/1/04
I love a good crepe, but I don't want it with a side of bad attitude. I've never met ruder people than at this place (and I'm from NYC!). Good stuff, but I don't really need the negative vibes coming from this place...SF is my second home, and I really prefer Crepevine to this place.
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