We had a leisurely lunch today on the patio and enjoyed the savory crepes and a lovely Cote du Rhone. Wines are french very good and reasonably priced. We’ll be back for breakfast as I’m missing a great croissant and cafe au lait.
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We heard about Chez Vous and had to try it for breakfast. I started with a Croissant, which is probably the best Croissant I've ever had - including in Paris. Then went to a breakfast crepe that was also delicious. We both enjoyed our breakfast...More
I have been going to this place since 2013. They have a very small set up and same dishes since then. But the quality of their food is excellent. The place gives you feel of being in France. Even its restrooms are really clean and...More
We were so hungry and were going to go to another restaurant. So glad we found this place. The gentleman who served us was so friendly. My wife had a breakfast croissant and I had their scramble. The food and the coffee was really good.
Love coming here for breakfast. The crepes are incredibly delicious..indulge in the San Juaques ...juicy scallops in a marvelous sauce. The owners, Sophie and Frederic, are so warm and welcoming, my husband and I feel we are at a friend's home. It is small and...More
Their speciality is crepes. If you have never had real French crepes before, this cafe would be entertaining. However, having lived in Europe - including France - for over 20 years, this is not even close. If you look on the internet, crepes are described...More
Probably my favorite place for breakfast or lunch! The food is always fresh and delicious and the service is friendly and top-notch! I really love the quiche and the coffee.
The chocolate croissant is mouth watering delicious! Be sure to request it heated, you will be begging for another. The cute couple who own the place offer top notch service. Coffee, crepes, salads, sandwiches, just everything is a home run. The tuna sandwich is my...More
I love good French crepes, and this is the only place in Phoenix/Scottsdale I've revisited. Perhaps it's the French chefs that make the difference