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Bonjour Crepes & Sandwiches
20371 Stevens Creek Blvd.
What You’ll Find There:
As you might expect from the name, yes, there are crepes and sandwiches on the menu. But that's not all, the menu includes pancakes—classic, banana almond, chocolate chip, or blueberry—breakfast sandwiches with bacon or sausage (or sans meat,) omelets or egg scrambles done any which way, plus a new introduction: French toast made with brioche dipped in an egg cream batter with vanilla and cinnamon. There’s more where that came from, too.
For lunch, yes, there are more crepes (organic buckwheat is an option) of a savory flavor. A few examples include: Chicken béchamel with mushroom, swiss, and bechemel sauce; spicy veggie melt with mozzarella, green bell, serrano, onion, and salsa on side; brie with apple.
A few of the sandwich options are: Mediterranean Spicy cilantro hummus, feta, cucumber, onion, tomato, sprouts served on sesame semolina white or nine grain; chipotle chicken panini chipotle mayo, tomato, bacon, Swiss; and turkey avocado and Swiss turkey breast, fresh avocado, Swiss cheese, lettuce, and Caesar dressing served on sesame semolina white or nine grain.
Casual with a bit of Parisian flair. Order at the counter and find a seat—there are plenty. It’s worker-bee friendly, meaning if you’ve got to eat and run back to your cubicle you can make it because the food doesn’t take long to cook and service is timely.
Those with a sweet tooth are asking, “What? No sweet crepes?” Relax, of course there are sweet crepes. A few examples include: Simple—butter, sugar and or cinnamon; Nutella or chocolate filled; and lemon curd with raspberry drizzle. Additionally there is ice cream (in scoops, banana splits, and loads of other toppings) or chocolate fondue in milk, white or dark chocolate with a choice of fruit for dipping.