Saturday, February 2, 2008

Ti Couz

This is one of my favorite little restaurants in the Mission district - a super cute French shop with the look and feel of an old Parisian cafe. Ti Couz has a very comprehensive selection of crepes, from the savory to the sweet. And if you can't find something you like on the menu, you can create your own. The menu also features other French fare, including made-from-scratch soups (try their corn bisque if it's a daily special), salads, fresh seafood, plates of cheese and chacuterie, and wonderful desserts.

This is how most of their basic crepes look - simple and unassuming on the outside...

...but filled with goodies on the inside! Here's a ratatouille crepe filled with mixed veggies.

And no French restaurant would be complete without good coffee.

Ti Couz
3108 16th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 252-7373

4 comments:

Erica said...

Mmmm my favorite crepe place and favorite crepe there!

pinknest said...

mmm, crepes! at first i thought it was a giant square piece of meat and i was really frightened. and intrigued. but crepes! oh yes, crepes will do.

Dragonlife said...

Greetings!
Robert-Gilles from Shizuoka, Japan!
Was a bit suprised by Ti Couz (I forgot what it means in Breton/I'm a Bourguignon, LOL) serving ratatouille inside their galettes!
Must try it!
Very entertaining blog, bravo!
Expect to visit and comment regularly!
Robert-Gilles

foodhoe said...

I love this place, although I haven't been in years, I'm glad to hear it's still worth visiting.