Danielle's Village Creperie

★★★★★
  • 3535B Fair Oaks Blvd

    Sacramento, CA 95864

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  • 916-972-1911

About Danielle's Village Creperie

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Tue-Thu 9am-9pm Fri-Sat 9am-10pm Sun-Mon 9am-3pm

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When we are in Sacramento we always come here to eat. I love their food. Their coffee is a french roast blend which tastes fresh. All their crepes are wonderful I always order the spinach and crab crepe

5
★★★★★

When we are in Sacramento we always come here to eat. I love their food. Their coffee is a french roast blend which tastes fresh. All their crepes are wonderful I always order the spinach and crab crepe

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I've had Danielle's chocolate & banana crepe as well as a timeless classic of lemon, sugar and butter (my favorite) and found them both to be excellent! They really do remind me of crepes I had in Paris. :)

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I've had Danielle's chocolate & banana crepe as well as a timeless classic of lemon, sugar and butter (my favorite) and found them both to be excellent! They really do remind me of crepes I had in Paris. :)

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The first visit here left a lot to be desired. The dinner crepes were cold and rubbery, the Ceasar salad was drowning in way too much olive oil and the soup had a weird taste.
A year later after hearing others talk Danielle's up decided to try again.
Tried the French Onion Soup which was delicious.
Maybe the first visit was just an off day.

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★★★☆☆

The first visit here left a lot to be desired. The dinner crepes were cold and rubbery, the Ceasar salad was drowning in way too much olive oil and the soup had a weird taste.
A year later after hearing others talk Danielle's up decided to try again.
Tried the French Onion Soup which was delicious.
Maybe the first visit was just an off day.

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I visited the Creperie in Downtown Sacramento on the Kstreet promenade. I have honestly not ever eaten french food because the eateries in the Sanfrancisco area are little bit on the pretentious side. This one is not like that at all. The large windows that encourage people watching drew me to the corner bistro like restaurant. When you walk inside you smell the smell of fresh butter croissant and rich coffee brewing. The attendant seated me quickly and seemed to genuinely care that I chose to eat there. As an African American male, sometimes restaurants do not fair well in this department. I cant pronounce or rember how to spell the crepe I ordered, but it was a chicken, spinach, mushroom almond master piece, folded into a perfect square served piping hot. I ordered the brunch special which included a real croissant, juice or fruit, coffee and your choice of any crepe on the menu. The price was fantastic too (less that 15.00) and I left full and satisfied. I will be back tomorrow if they are open on Christmas day- if not, I'll weather the gift returning mobs on Friday to get one more taste of France before returing to the Bay Area

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★★★★★

I visited the Creperie in Downtown Sacramento on the Kstreet promenade. I have honestly not ever eaten french food because the eateries in the Sanfrancisco area are little bit on the pretentious side. This one is not like that at all. The large windows that encourage people watching drew me to the corner bistro like restaurant. When you walk inside you smell the smell of fresh butter croissant and rich coffee brewing. The attendant seated me quickly and seemed to genuinely care that I chose to eat there. As an African American male, sometimes restaurants do not fair well in this department. I cant pronounce or rember how to spell the crepe I ordered, but it was a chicken, spinach, mushroom almond master piece, folded into a perfect square served piping hot. I ordered the brunch special which included a real croissant, juice or fruit, coffee and your choice of any crepe on the menu. The price was fantastic too (less that 15.00) and I left full and satisfied. I will be back tomorrow if they are open on Christmas day- if not, I'll weather the gift returning mobs on Friday to get one more taste of France before returing to the Bay Area

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This is the first crepe place I have ever been to, and after going here I was craving chocolate-raspberry dessert crepes for a very long time. It is also quite inexpensive.

5
★★★★★

This is the first crepe place I have ever been to, and after going here I was craving chocolate-raspberry dessert crepes for a very long time. It is also quite inexpensive.

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I live in Newport Beach, but when I am visiting family in Sacramento Danielle's is a must! And once I go back to Newport I can not get their crepes out of my mind! I am serriously counting down the weeks until I can make it back up there! Their peach crepe is incredible as is their spinach and the ham and artichoke! Oh and they have amazing Arnold Palmers and French sodas.

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★★★★★

I live in Newport Beach, but when I am visiting family in Sacramento Danielle's is a must! And once I go back to Newport I can not get their crepes out of my mind! I am serriously counting down the weeks until I can make it back up there! Their peach crepe is incredible as is their spinach and the ham and artichoke! Oh and they have amazing Arnold Palmers and French sodas.

Pros: Great outdoor seating, amazing food

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I went here trying to fill the void left by the closing of Crepe Bistro in Davis. Though their rendition of the coq au vin crepe did not even come close, I must admit, they do have a variety of breakfast items if you are with picky people.

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★★★☆☆

I went here trying to fill the void left by the closing of Crepe Bistro in Davis. Though their rendition of the coq au vin crepe did not even come close, I must admit, they do have a variety of breakfast items if you are with picky people.

Pros: good variety, good value

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Great food at very good prices. The service is top notch. If you like ice tea you have to try theirs.

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Great food at very good prices. The service is top notch. If you like ice tea you have to try theirs.

Pros: Great food and service.

Cons: Can get crowded.

 

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