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Malcolm Ruthven | Mar 25, 201707:51 PM    

All the posts here about Le Croissant seem to be several years old, so I thought I'd start a new thread after I went there for breakfast today. For those who don't know, Le Croissant is American diner food done well. Maybe not as "special" as at Fremont Diner outside of Sonoma, but nevertheless good. I was in the mood for pancakes (which I almost never have) so I got their stack of two very large ones, with sausage and real maple syrup. Everything was high quality, and also too much food for me to finish. Searching here will bring up older posts with other items reported on, but really I don't think anything has changed here so you can rely on those old posts.

150 Bellam Blvd
San Rafael

Le Croissant Restaurant
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