Rooster specializes in bringing sweet and savory crepes, hearty sandwiches and top-notch brunch to downtown St. Louis. The European-style urban cafe ... More
Rooster specializes in bringing sweet and savory crepes, hearty sandwiches and top-notch brunch to downtown St. Louis. The European-style urban cafe is a favorite among locals and visitors alike, offering a unique selection of beverages - including coffees, teas, mimosas and breakfast beer - to complement its impressive menus.
This restaurant is awesome! The food is fresh, flavorful, and sourced locally, which is more than most can claim. Keeping that one element in mind, the prices are very low. You cannot find that quality for these prices. My favorite is the spicy chicken #2 (with guacamole), which isn't really spicy but simply flavorful. I've also tried the Mo sausage, brie, goat cheese,and bacon crepes. None have disappointed. Generous amounts of the ingredients are stuffed inside each crepe. They recently added a gourmet bloody mary list. I believe one is called the samurai--soy sauce, wasabi, and sake added--amazing. Service is understandably a little slower on the weekends due to the fact that they are packed. That really should speak to the quality of the food. Something I recently discovered, during the week, they will deliver--any order! They limit this to downtown, but hey, sometimes you can't get away.
DON T waste your time or money. They re over priced and the service is horrible! We waited over a hour for our food after placing our order - for breakfast - cold and tasteless!! The last straw was the server ALTERED my credit card slip to add an additional tip, even though I wrote on my slip, Tip left on the table . I guess after all that he thought he deserved a 36% tip. Un-freeking believable.
fantastic clever little place. very tasty food and looked very expensive, very reasonable prices though. Understandably the place was packed around 11AM on a Saturday morning, no other places close seemed to be open for breakfast/lunch. Mildly slow service but again there wasn't an empty seat in the place. The service that we did get was polite and charasmatic! kudos
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