French Restaurants in Larkspur

French Bistro Dinner or Lunch for Two with Dessert at Chouchou (Up to 37% Off)

Chouchou

Forest Hill

Traditional Provençal cuisine such as confit duck, seared filet mignon, and mushroom soufflé, ending with sweets such as banana flambé

$101.90 $69

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$49 for a Prix-Fixe Dinner for Two at Cafe Bastille ($70 Value)

Cafe Bastille

Downtown

Three-course dinner for two includes soup or salad, a French special, and a dessert

$70 $49

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Three-Course French-Fusion Dinner with Champagne for Two or Four at Bijou Restaurant & Bar (Up to 68% Off)

Bijou Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Hayward

Chicken with mango salsa, pork tenderloin with chimichurri, or sole with a mirabela sauce take center stage in this fusion culinary fete

$118 $39

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$18.99 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Crepes at The Corner Creperie ($30 Total Value)

The Corner Creperie

Pleasanton

Chefs create crepe batter from scratch before folding in ingredients such as salmon, chocolate, strawberries, chicken, and mushrooms

$10 $6.33

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$15 for $25 Worth of Coffee and Crepes at Whispers Cafe & Creperie - 2nd St

Whispers Cafe & Creperie - 2nd St

San Jose

Crepes made with chicken apple sausage and shrimp, grilled portobello sandwiches, salmon burgers, and other light eats at a popular cafe

$25 $15

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Crepes and Breakfast for Carry-Out or Dine-In for Tables of Two or Four at Sweet Pea's Cafe & Catering (Half Off)

Sweet Pea's Cafe & Catering

Multiple Locations

Sweet and savory crepes—filled with Nutella, poached eggs, salmon, or chicken—for breakfast and lunch

$10 $5

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Chef Laurent Guillaume, who has helped open hotels and restaurants in Paris, brings years of culinary expertise to Chouquet’s menu and adorns time-tested continental fare with surprising New World elements. Attentive servers emerge from the kitchen carrying escargot and niçoise salads, cruising past sleek stools at a bar accented by swirls of natural wood grain and designed by Dominique Maxime Genauzeau. On the patio, diners soak up the sun or choose least-favorite clouds for a sky writer to edit out. The dining room's sand-hued walls and burnt-orange accents resound with the sounds of glasses clinking together, bearing more than 70 wines from Europe, South America, and the Pacific Northwest and a rotating selection of draft beers from France and the United States.

2500 Washington St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Crepe Temptations By the Numbers

  • 2 awards for Best Crepes as voted by readers of Bay Area A-List in 2013 and 2014
  • 50 sweet and savory crepes on the menu
  • 3 types of crepe batter: original, chocolate, or green tea
  • Infinite (seemingly) number of topping combinations possible when ordering a custom crepe
  • 1-minute walk to the N-Judah line at 31st Street
  • 12 a.m. closing time on weekends

2575 Judah St
San Francisco,
CA
US

If two heads are better than one, then two cuisine-noggins fused into one restaurant-body are better than one. Support admixed eateries and your local thesaurus with today’s Groupon: for $20, you’ll get $40 worth of delicious French-Japanese fusion fare for lunch or dinner at Bushi-Tei, an epicurean hybrid that helps you to expand your cultural palate. 1905: Einstein's famous equation, E = mc2, hypothesizes a fusion-style reaction, while Einstein himself hypothesizes a romance between Meg Ryan and Tim Robbins. 1946: Designer bombs tested at Bikini Atoll create a variety of decorative cloud shapes, including beach ball, dolphin, and silhouette of the United States. 1978: Attempts to use nuclear fusion to prevent magician David Copperfield from appearing on TV are largely successful. 2010: Simultaneous, worldwide experiments with nuclear fusion result in the renewed popularity of player pianos and the transformation of friendly cats into gigantic-instrument-of-mayhem cats.

1638 Post St
San Francisco,
CA
US

French Bistro, home style food, bistro service, nothing to do with 5 stars French Fancy Restaurant, lot of food, low price...and a great ROOF TOP GARDEN,....

28 6th St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Executive chef David Bazirgan uses local, organic, and seasonal ingredients to create delicious French cuisine. Begin your culinary quest with fried squash blossoms ($12) stuffed with goat cheese, mozzarella, pistou, and aged balsamic, or wind your tongue buds around the Snake River Kobe beef tartare ($16) served with capers, shallots, and toast points. Continue on to the enticing entrees, such as the sautéed Alaskan halibut ($31), which harmonizes green-garlic purée and spring vegetables with a black-truffle emulsion, and the ratatouille, which flirts with a potato and fennel gratin and market vegetables ($20).

4 Mint Plz
San Francisco,
CA
US

Ever since first exposing raw ingredients to heat in 1991, the French have been expanding the possibilities of cuisine through subtle innovation. Today’s Groupon explores the virtuosity of French fusion with $40 worth of specially crafted food and drink at Panam for $20. This new restaurant in the Castro shows off its fanciful new digs with mouth-applauding tastes.

2367 Market St
San Francisco,
CA
US