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1106 1st St, Coronado, CA | Directions   92118

32.698516 -117.171993

Open Hours

Daily, 6am - 9:30pm

Restaurants, Bakeries, French  more

Price: $

Tags: Breakfast, Brunch, Date Spot, Local Favorite, Outdoor Dining, Quiet, Waterfront Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

Neighborhoods: Coronado

House Made Granola, Bowl of Oatmeal, Bowl of Seasonal Fruit, Epi Bread, Toasted Ciabatta Roll, Quiche, Bacon Panini, Soup of the Day, Quiche, Pate Plate... more

Reviews for Tartine

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Nothing to write home about – With a name like Tartine, I expected to be delighted by the namesake menu item, but was extremely disappointed by the elemenatry nature of the Gorgonzola tartine I tried. It could have been put together by a 4th grader. it was simply gorgonzola cheese crumbles, pear slices and a little dressing drizzled on top of a roll (that wasn't even crisp like a baguette). Boring. This was accompanied by a simple salad. So basically, I had a salad in a roll accompanied by a salad. Lame. I tried my fellow diner's quiche. Again boring and relatively flavorless, but better than the Tartine. I thought, ok maybe dessert will redeem this restaurant, but again disappointing. We had a guava cheesecake which didn't have an inkling of guava taste to it. Perhaps drizzling a guava coulis on top would have brought out the guava flavor more or been a better accompaniment, but no, they drizzled this cheesecake with a carmel sauce. Completely overpowered the dessert and didn't work. Some positive notes: nice wine list, beautiful view and pretty atmosphere. The best quiche, desserts, & artisanal bread, and overall casual breakfast/brunch/lunch place I have found in SD so far is Bread & Cie in Hillcrest. Not as pretty of a locale as Tartine, but the food is beyond compare.

over a year ago

European-style cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus a tempting array of fresh pastries and breads to take home. – In Short
Located a stone's throw from the Ferry Landing, this sophisticated eatery with indoor and outdoor seating brings a touch of Paris to Coronado. Locals drop in daily for the breakfast pastries, panini sandwiches and tempting lunchtime salads, but dinner is a bit more formal with entrees like flat iron steak and roast duckling served with seasonal vegetables and pomme frites. Other specialties include handmade gnocchi with pomodoro sauce, and Mediterranean-style mussels steamed in sauvignon blanc.


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