Adam, who speaks three languages, serves up fresh, savory and dessert crepes from an ever-changing menu and pairs them with French-pressed coffee and small-estate French wines we haven't found elsewhere.Adam’s tiny, quaint bistro has the sort of European feel you’d expect from someone who hails from the Catalan region outside of Toulouse, complete with bench seating, intimate nooks and a cobblestone street a few blocks away. Mutli-language maxims in gold calligraphy adorn the cornices (“Forget love—I want to fall in chocolate!”), and students from nearby Cornish play guitar in the evenings. “This can feel like a big family: singles sit together and a lot of cross-table conversation happens,” Adam told us, as we watched two patrons chat amiably.
Adam, who speaks three languages, serves up fresh, savory and dessert crepes from an ever-changing menu and pairs them with French-pressed coffee and small-estate French wines we haven't found elsewhere. Sourcing fresh ingredients from Pike Place, Shoreline, Everett and Bremerton, he makes delectable dinner dishes that are seasonal and local. His honors include Best Brunch in Cap Hill, Open Table Diner’s Choice and an award-winning soup du jour. "We get a lot of regulars because it’s easier for people to come here for dinner instead of cooking,” he says. Come for the food, stay for the company, and enjoy a trip to the Old World.
Note: this is a cash-only establishment.
Menu changes daily, prices ranges from $7 and up
Smoked salmon crepe (Adam’s personal recommendation)
French estate wines by glass or bottle, $6 to $42
Soup du jour, $7.50
Catalana-style Pork Chops, $20
Gluten-free, vegetarian and meat-laden options available, as well
Monday - Thursday, 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (brunch) & 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. (dinner)
Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (brunch) & 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. (dinner)