We started off our last day of vacation in San Francisco with breakfast at the Cable Car Cafe, which was just down the hill from our hotel in Nob Hill.
As you approach the outside of the building, just look for the distinctive red awning. The word crêpes is on it numerous times, so it’s fairly obvious that these are their specialty. Once you enter the red door you are in the heart of the rather small dining area. Orders are placed at the counter, and food is brought out to your chosen table once it has been prepared.
I decided to try the ham and cheese crêpe, served with seasonal fruits ($8.95). The crêpe was of typical size, however the price seemed a little high to me. It did come with a cup of fruit, which was an added bonus. The crêpe itself was not as crunchy as I like them to be. This one sort of flopped over when I picked it up, making it necessary to eat with fork and knife. With all of that said, the taste was still good.
My wife went with the good morning crêpe – two scrambled eggs, cheese, grilled onion, tomato, bell pepper, ham and salsa. Again this was served with a side of seasonal fruits ($11.95). This was by far the largest crêpe I have ever seen! There was no way you could pick this thing up and eat it, which kind of defeats the purpose. Anyway, my wife really seemed to enjoy having all the omelet like ingredients inside her crêpe.
Overall we were happy with our breakfast. However, I think I would look elsewhere if in the area again.