One of my favorite must-visits when I'm in San Francisco is Ti Couz on 18th and Valencia. Not only is it the first creperie in the city but also one of the few places to serve Brittany style crepes. Galette on Fillmore is also very good for Brittany crepes. Places like Squat 'n Gobble don't stand a chance.
Something I'm not too crazy about is the service, though. I always end up with the same female server who has a lot 'tude. Some of you probably know whom I'm talking about.
Mushroom crepe with egg
Something I love about their savory crepes is that they're not too heavy. They're well seasoned and generous with the filling, but it doesn't make you feel nauseated after eating them. Portion sizes are pretty big too--I always want to order dessert, but alas, my stomach inhibits me. The skin is crunchy with a hearty buckwheat flavor; my favorite parts are the crispy edges. I always get some variation of mushroom.
All their dessert crepes are excellent as well. They're very good about not making things too sweet. I usually get a fruity crepe, since the fruit is fresh, not syrupy like many other places.
Pear crepe with Grand Marnier
Beautiful and delicious too! My must-visit when I go to Ti Couz is Tartine Bakery a few blocks away. I'll post about that next.