Saturday, February 11, 2006

Ti Couz

complete crepeI’ve been to Ti Couz with many of you, so it isn’t exactly a new thing. But, it is excellent and no listing of wonderfulness in the Bay Area would complete without it. It is also where I went for lunch today.

Ti Couz is a traditional creperie located in the heart of the Mission. It occupies a double storefront, has a few extra tables outside, and is usually crowded. Today was not an exception, but we were seated about 15 minutes after putting our name on the board.

kiwi crepe with blackberry sauce and icre creamI ordered the usual: fresh pressed lemonade (mixable to taste) and a complete (ham, egg and gruyere) crepe. The buckwheat crepe was perfectly crisp and the combination was delightfully salty and savory.

After my breakfast crepe I split a dessert crepe with my willing lunch companion. We ordered the special - kiwi with blackberry sauce and vanilla ice cream - and it was delicious. The kiwi was sweet and firm and the blackberry sauce had a wonderfully fresh taste. I love Ti Couz.

Ti Couz: 3108 16th St, San Francisco, CA (415) 252-7373


At 5:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

They also have excellent hot chocolate for the non-coffee drinkers among us.

At 1:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

They also make great Bloody Mary's. Made from scratch, with
a boiled shrimp on a skewer as well.

I always get the same order as the author: lemon presse and
a crepe complet. The lemon presse helps pass the time until
the crepe shows up. Add water, then add sugar, taste, add
sugar, taste, repeat until crepe arrives. I always end up
adding what seems like an enormous amount of sugar syrup.
Those lemons are tart!


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