Sit in the back patio, order a freshly squeezed juice or a mimosa and get any of the eggs benedict (though I highly recommend La Mer â the crab benedict).
Get the orange French toast, sooo f'ing good.
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One of Fiona’s favorite brunch spots, Zazie is known for their perfect Hollandaise sauce and to-die-for potatoes. The potatoes are fried with whole cloves of garlic! Yum.
At Zazie, plan a weekend brunch on the sunny back patio. Try the 'La Mer' - poached eggs with dungeness crab, green onions, haas avocados on english muffin, hollandaise
Sit in the patio for brunch, order French Toast Tahiti or Gingerbread pancakes and a giant latte in a funky soupbowl
The Le Mer Eggs Benedict and the Gingerbread pancakes are my faves.
Try the gingerbread pancakes with bosc pears...delicious!!
Very good food and atmosphere try to set in their back yard it's more fun and Cousy
Come for the patio, stay because your food still hasn't come yet.
sit in the patio
The pre fixe menu, if available, is one of the best deals around.
Come early! Long queue!
Wait may be long but worth it. The food is delicious and the service is awesome.
Try the Mexico scramble with Soyrizo
Try the Le Mer Poached Eggs - Crab, avocado, hollandaise = amazing,
Get the crab cake benedict.
Tuesday nights are zero corkage nights! Be sure to bring a bottle to go with this fabulous French fare.
Tuesday nights are zero corkage nights. The rabbit cassoulet is amazing!
Have a Bloody at Finnegan's Wake if you're in for a long wait.
The tables out front are first come first serve. What a way to beat the wait!
Eat brunch in the garden in weekends or go for a delicious, romantic dinner. Food is always good - omelettes are a fav for brunch and their roast chicken is great for dinner.
Try any of the Egg's Benedict.
The French Toast Tahiti is super good! Get (at least) two slices. The mimosa w/sorbet is divine!
Best brunch in brunch city. I could live on their home fries alone.
Mexico scramble is surprisingly good for a french place
mario, the weekend host, is a true san francisco gentleman. what moar do you need to know?
Really good mimosas and everything on the menu makes your mouth salivate. I will def go back and the service is top notch! Finnegans is a great place to wait @ as well if a long line.
Must try the Eggs Benedict! Hands down the best I've ever had. Great place for Brunch!
Order me a La Mer & a Corsica mimosa, then give me a ring, since I live around the corner.
love the Albert!!
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!
Love it all
Breakfast platter was great. French toast + gingerbread pancake and buttermilk. Yum. Love variety
Baked Hot Chocolate!
Great brunch and back patio. A full menu of mimosas!
The back patio is perfect for dinner, no corkage fee every Tuesday night!
Now in my top 3 breakfasts... including bfast ive had in NY..etc
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.
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.
Get gingerbread pancakes if you like joy in your life.
The brunch is amazing! Well worth the wait. Try for a seat out in the patio.
Long waiting lines, too damn small menu, mediocre food and a bit pricey. Just another overpriced and overhyped brunch place.
Amazing gingerbread pancakes. Amazing eggs Benedict. Amazingly long wait times. Try going early or super late...
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.
No corkage fees-and more importantly- no lines, Tuesday evenings for dinner.
Si son mexicanos pidan la salsa verde, mexicana y picosa