100 4th Avenue N, Suite 165, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810947.619718 -122.348247
A great place to go for lunch and dinner also! – You want to try something new? Eat here!
It's so delicious! The service is always wonderful, the food allways looking good and taste like in Haven! And excellent coffee too! Great!
Delicious and beautiful food, friendly service, and a relaxing European atmosphere – This place is fantastic! The service is warm and inviting. The atmosphere is relaxing and the food tastes great. Everything is prepared with really fresh tasty, you can even watch them make your crepe. It is a wonderful place to relax with a couple of friends and share a great cup of coffee.
Slowest service I have ever received – I went to this restaurant for lunch on a weekday. We seated ourselves, our order was taken in a fairly quick manner. Then half an hour passed before the drinks and salad that we ordered arrived. Another 20 minutes passed and when we went to check on the food as I was running out of time we were informed that it was ready. Another five minutes and the food had still not arrived, at this point we asked for it to be boxed up and for our check. No apology was made for the slowness of service at any time, nor was there ever any offer of compensation. I can't actually rate the food aside from the salad as I didn't get a chance to eat it. Don't go unless you have alot of time to wait for food that is cooked faster at many other locations in town.
You HAVE to check this out!!!! – Last weekend I had the best crepes ever. La Bergere crepe amazed me with the freshness of basil and fresh mozzarella, very nice and light! After having the delicious savory crepe I couldnt resist the dessert. A wonderful server recommended the Crepe Suzette. Unbelievable!!!! You cannot imagine what an orange and a lemon can do to a crepe. Believe me you have to try this out. Those people know what they are doing.
Light French Cuisine in Shadow of Space Needle – Café Darclée is the place if you're looking for crepes, both savory and sweet, in Seattle. Located just across the street from the Space Needle, in Fisher Plaza, you'll find a refreshing blend of contemporary design, delicious food, and old world charm with a staff that makes you feel truly welcome. My favorite so far is the "A L'ercolano" sans the Prosciutto for the main course, and the "La Deauville" for desert. Yum! A good selection of wine by the glass rounds out a great dinner or lunch. Don't try the hot chocolate, unless you're planning to return often. It's out of this world. Still hungry, take home some French treats you won't find anywhere else. Enjoy good company with soft music and candlelight, or sit outside in the courtyard on warm days. Bonus: Free WiFi.
Delicious food in a friendly atmosphere – I absolutely love the food at Cafe Darclee! It's rare to find a place that has such amazing food and a nice staff. I have yet to be disappointed in any of the crepes (I'm currently going down the menu, trying each one!) and I love feeling like I'm in a family restaurant. I will admit that service is sometimes slow, but it's usually because there's a line of people ordering and they're actually cooking each crepe as you wait (Good food takes longer to cook :) and I've found that calling ahead to place your order works every time! Also, I love that they sell Ritter Sport Bars...my favorite is the Dark Chocolate with Hazelnuts!
Overrated – Ok, so I've been to Paris & eaten plenty of crepes all across Europe including trying them here in Seattle at other establishments. I read the wonderful reviews of this cafe and convinced 5 girls to go for breakfast after a long morning of bridesmaid dress shopping. Ok, decor is cute, but it was totally cold inside, we all left our coats on for the entire 2 hrs. we were there. It took them 1.5 hrs. to serve us. A couple arrived after us, were served, & left already by the time our food arrived. I tried to keep a positive attitude about the "gourmet" ingredients another reviewer raved about. Yum, Emmenthal cheese & roasted yellow peppers. My crepe arrived greasy & the peppers were bitter. All around a lame experience. This is not the little european jewel you're looking for. Its more like a tourist trap in Fisher Plaza.
Absolutely Wonderful – When my wife and I stopped in here on her birthday we weren't sure what to expect. What we found was amazing service, the friendliest waitress I have ever had, a chef that came to our table and personally explained all of the amazingly decadent dessert crepes on their menu, and a romantic evening for two that could not have been better. This is truly a must visit and we will certainly be going again...soon.
Declaree' for my Birthday! – This café was a gem hidden in the Fisher Plaza (across from the Space Needle). The waitress was attentive to the point of feeling like a friend, the chef came to greet us and wish me a Happy Birthday, the food was served in a very timely manner, interesting interior design on ceiling and nice silverware and plate choices. I had special attention for my birthday and yet was not made a big deal over like they do at those clap and stomp restaurants. I loved my dinner crepe, unsure until my first bite. Oh my heavens...then the desserts were both so yummy. We were surprised that more people weren't dining in this restaurant until we found out it was still new, so I'm here to say to run, don't walk to Café Darclée! They do all meals and seemingly good live music also (from description).
Great European caffee – Definitely a place where you're going to experience European ambiance. Classy, intimate ambience, good food, great coffee too.
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