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Crepevine in Burlingame

Wendy Lai | Jan 15, 2004 03:44 PM

Visited this lunch spot today. It's a fairly large restaurant, with indoor and patio seating. A large selection of crepes, sandwiches, salads, pastas and soups are available. You order at the counter and get your own utensils and water.
Being it's my first visit I thought I should get a crepe item. I ordered the Santa Fe crepe, which was apple chicken sausage, scramble eggs, green onions, cheese and salsa. All crepes came with a green salad and potatos. The crepes was done nicely, with lots of filling. I'm no expert on crepes, these tasted like very thin omlettes to me. Potatos and salads were both pretty good, nothing too special about them. The portions there are huge, it's enough for two people to share.
My friend got a open face tuna sandwich, which I think was called the Humbodt? The tuna salad was a bit too salty for me, but the bread was nicely toasted and very buttery.
Entrees seemed to average around $7 to $9. Services was quick and efficent.

I would definitly go back again and try the other itesm on their extensive menu.

Crepevine
1310 Burlingame Ave.
Burlingame
650-344-1310

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