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Crepes Sans Frontieres Restaurant & Catering

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541 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013 541 South Spring Street, Los Angeles Directions
+12136233606

Head on over to Crepes Sans Frontieres Restaurant & Catering with family, friends, or solo when you feel like trying some of the tastiest and most creative fare Los Angeles has to offer.

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Report | 2 years ago
****Warning: Sharp decline in customer service and potential for food poisoning!!**** If you check my previous reviews on Yelp, you'll see that I was Crepes Sans Frontieres' biggest fan and had eaten there around two dozen times. Things have gone significantly downhill in terms of customer service and I'd like to share a shocking incident that occurred on 8-27-2016: My wife and I were accompanied by two friends and almost immediately we all noticed how inept the server was. We placed our order and she forgot the order and came back to have us repeat the entire thing. Then, she forgot to put in the order. Thirty minutes after placing our order, she finally puts it in and we see the cook panicking to get them complete. A crepe gets wrecked and then, 35-40 minutes after placing our order in a restaurant that only had 7 other patrons, they bring us our crepes. Here's the shocking part: the eggs in my wife's La Complete are undercooked and runny - visibly. So she mentions it to the server, who denies it and says "that's how it looks with the melted cheese". Um, no. This is the same crepe I ordered and the same one we've ordered 20 times before and it never looked like someone blew their nose in it. We insist on having it remade and she takes it back and they're all inspecting it to see if we're lying or something. Then another woman comes out and unbelievably starts arguing with my wife about it - ARGUING! - with a really snobby tone and telling her that's "just how it looks". When we finally received the remade crepe, it was perfect - fluffy, COOKED eggs. To Crepes Sans Frontieres: you are idiots. You never, never argue with your customers about something like this. We've gotten salmonella poisoning from undercooked eggs before and you NEVER take chances with your customers' health to get the last word in. If we weren't with guests, I would have very loudly expressed my disgust and dissatisfaction. I am guessing that this is why the restaurant is always empty, seven days a week. Our regular server was always amazing, but I'm guessing that we just got the luck of the draw before. We will never return. Not even for a free meal. Aside from the glaring incompetence, I am just shocked that any restaurant would attempt to force a patron to eat raw egg.
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Report | 2 years ago
****Warning: Sharp decline in customer service and potential for food poisoning!!**** If you check my previous reviews on Yelp, you'll see that I was Crepes Sans Frontieres' biggest fan and had eaten there around two dozen times. Things have gone significantly downhill in terms of customer service and I'd like to share a shocking incident that occurred on 8-27-2016: My wife and I were accompanied by two friends and almost immediately we all noticed how inept the server was. We placed our order and she forgot the order and came back to have us repeat the entire thing. Then, she forgot to put in the order. Thirty minutes after placing our order, she finally puts it in and we see the cook panicking to get them complete. A crepe gets wrecked and then, 35-40 minutes after placing our order in a restaurant that only had 7 other patrons, they bring us our crepes. Here's the shocking part: the eggs in my wife's La Complete are undercooked and runny - visibly. So she mentions it to the server, who denies it and says "that's how it looks with the melted cheese". Um, no. This is the same crepe I ordered and the same one we've ordered 20 times before and it never looked like someone blew their nose in it. We insist on having it remade and she takes it back and they're all inspecting it to see if we're lying or something. Then another woman comes out and unbelievably starts arguing with my wife about it - ARGUING! - with a really snobby tone and telling her that's "just how it looks". When we finally received the remade crepe, it was perfect - fluffy, COOKED eggs. To Crepes Sans Frontieres: you are idiots. You never, never argue with your customers about something like this. We've gotten salmonella poisoning from undercooked eggs before and you NEVER take chances with your customers' health to get the last word in. If we weren't with guests, I would have very loudly expressed my disgust and dissatisfaction. I am guessing that this is why the restaurant is always empty, seven days a week. Our regular server was always amazing, but I'm guessing that we just got the luck of the draw before. We will never return. Not even for a free meal. Aside from the glaring incompetence, I am just shocked that any restaurant would attempt to force a patron to eat raw egg.
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Report | 2 years ago
****Warning: Sharp decline in customer service and potential for food poisoning!!**** If you check my previous reviews on Yelp, you'll see that I was Crepes Sans Frontieres' biggest fan and had eaten there around two dozen times. Things have gone significantly downhill in terms of customer service and I'd like to share a shocking incident that occurred on 8-27-2016: My wife and I were accompanied by two friends and almost immediately we all noticed how inept the server was. We placed our order and she forgot the order and came back to have us repeat the entire thing. Then, she forgot to put in the order. Thirty minutes after placing our order, she finally puts it in and we see the cook panicking to get them complete. A crepe gets wrecked and then, 35-40 minutes after placing our order in a restaurant that only had 7 other patrons, they bring us our crepes. Here's the shocking part: the eggs in my wife's La Complete are undercooked and runny - visibly. So she mentions it to the server, who denies it and says "that's how it looks with the melted cheese". Um, no. This is the same crepe I ordered and the same one we've ordered 20 times before and it never looked like someone blew their nose in it. We insist on having it remade and she takes it back and they're all inspecting it to see if we're lying or something. Then another woman comes out and unbelievably starts arguing with my wife about it - ARGUING! - with a really snobby tone and telling her that's "just how it looks". When we finally received the remade crepe, it was perfect - fluffy, COOKED eggs. To Crepes Sans Frontieres: you are idiots. You never, never argue with your customers about something like this. We've gotten salmonella poisoning from undercooked eggs before and you NEVER take chances with your customers' health to get the last word in. If we weren't with guests, I would have very loudly expressed my disgust and dissatisfaction. I am guessing that this is why the restaurant is always empty, seven days a week. Our regular server was always amazing, but I'm guessing that we just got the luck of the draw before. We will never return. Not even for a free meal. Aside from the glaring incompetence, I am just shocked that any restaurant would attempt to force a patron to eat raw egg.
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Report | 2 years ago
The crepes, panini and drinks were amazing.
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Great service and best savory crepes in Los Angeles! Look for Elizabeth!
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It starts with buckwheat flour, the base for each of the savory, paper-thin crepes at Crepes Sans Frontieres Restaurant & Catering. This healthy and deeply-flavored foundation creates a canvas for ingredients such as fresh mozzarella, wilted spinach, and bacon. Meanwhile, the lighter, sweet crepes tuck around fillings that include creamy nutella and bananas, or pears, chocolate, and vanilla ice cream. The kitchen also serves a selection of classic charcuterie and cheeses during dinner, as well as savory crepes, perfectly paired with wine, beer, and ciders.

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