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At the moment this firm receives a score of 4.1 out of 5 and this score has been based on 337 reviews.
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This Restaurant is classified in the category of Bakery.
The crepes are amazing! The restaurant is very cute and clean. The people who work there are very nice. Prices are not bad considering how good the food is. The dessert pastries are incredible!
Ok.. forget the other reviews.. this place is awesome! If you want authentic French food BUT BETTER.. this is the place! Filet was perfect, pork fantastic.. talked to 2 other couples there who also raved. Our waiter Joaquin was great. This is a hidden gem.. no disappointments.. don’t worry if not on those best lists.. this should be! Great food without the hype!
Had dinner, the sea bass was over cooked and had been frozen way to long. The escargot was tasteless, the rack of lamb was well prepared but the gravy way to bland. And finally the lemon tart crust was the consistency of cardboard. We had really looked forward to a good French meal but were sadly disappointed by the bland offering. I would have given it two stars but the waiter was very good and I could not fault the service. They definitely need a French chef.
Excellent crepes; so tasty!!
Great food, but a comedy of errors. We sat near the pastry counter for a late breakfast. The waiter was quick, and friendly; however, it was then the mistakes began. First they were out of vanilla syrup for a latte, then out of hazelnut. The caramel latte that was brought out was practically pure syrup. We had them remake it and it seemed even sweeter (the black coffee was delicious.) I also overheard the worker discussing that they were out of white wine. Syrup and wine are staples, and do not perish quickly. One worker was eating behind the main counter, and was later seen walking into the kitchen digging for gold inside of the back of her pants. At one point, the owner or manager, while making eye contact with me, blew something (hair, dirt, I'm not sure) off of the top of some macaroons before placing them into the counter. While I know that people eat in the kitchen and may not have the best hygiene, it belongs behind closed doors and not in the dining arena. The number of visible hygeine errors, make me question the number of hidden obes. Despite the delicious food, I will likely choose elsewhere to dine.
Went to this restaurant for just coffee and dessert. I chuckled when the host asked if we had a reservation, since the place was the size of a broom closet and was relatively empty. In short the staff is a bit snotty given the atmosphere. However, I had the almond tort with apricot glaze, it was out-of-this-world delicious! And the barista can make an excellent dry cappuccino. I definitely recommend this place for the food and coffee, it's worth the snotty attitude and less than perfect ambiance.
This restaurant is owned by a wonderful lady from the South of France, Normal and her world renowned chef, Paul, is the star of the show. Everything we've tried on the menu is excellent.
My sister and I waited to be seated. Then, we waited until other customers who arrived after we did were waited on. The croissants were good, but everything else was cold, overcooked, and overpriced. There were flies everywhere. Not a pleasant experience.
We made a reservation for 12/31 in advanced. The place is small and apparently they rented the jewelry store next door. We were seated on the store space pretty closed to the rest room. The food was not good at all and pricey.
Adorable, authentic French cafe with delicious food, freshly baked pastries and croissants, and wonderful service! I will definitely be going back here during my stay. I had a latte, chocolate croissant, and the ham quiche plate. Everything was impeccably delicious and I'm excited to try other menu items.
Average food with a '90s feel. Average service.
Overpriced grocery store food served by fancy wait staff. We walk away consistently underwhelmed.
Thoroughly enjoyed brunch here. French Cafe atmosphere and food. Pastries looked devine but we are dieting so choose the egg white omlette. Great! Reasonable prices.
The food and service were excellent. As you would expect the French Onion soup and pastries are A+. I recommend this place...
Just left this restaurant and had such an extremely negative experience felt compelled to write a review within minutes of leaving. Ordered desserts at the counter and initially said they were to go. Very pleasant waiter told us it was fine to sit. Sat down, and VERY rude presumably French owner came over to lecture us about how we should've not said it was to go and that this "isn't a cafeteria." We are not high school loitering troublemakers which she made us feel like - and additionally it was mid-afternoon and the restaurant was deserted. Truly - this was an astoundingly rude lady who kept the lecture going for at least 3 minutes. Visit at your own risk. But whatever you do - make sure you do not change your mind on the to-go order. To the rude French owner, this is an unpardonable sin.
Incredible food and service! We can't wait to return!
We had duck confit pasta and salmon for lunch, both were excellent.
Mamou's place (rough translation for Chez Mamou) is a native owned French diner. The diner comes with an assorted variety of wine, house coffee and a moderate selection of entrees. The diner seats comfortably and has an easy-going ambiance. It would be nice to see a bit more options for crepes, but regardless of what you choose; the food will be made as ordered and tastes, as good, if not better, than it looks. Will be back!
Coffee and pastries here are too good.., they don't explain this to you as you walk in the door. Because of the lack of warning, I left after eating about a half dozen cookies and different sorts of pastries all which were absolutely incredible. It's just not fair. They also open really early in the morning which causes me to go back in the next day while everyone else is still asleep to go eat some more. Too good.
The food is really good, if a bit pricey for the portion size, which seems to be par for the course for many upscale places. Service was adequate, if not overly friendly. Next time, I think we'll try for brunch or lunch.
Wonderful pastries and coffee. Convenient to the plaza.
Very Parisian. Try the cozy courtyard, it's delightful.
We stayed in Santa Fe for a week and had several breakfasts here with their scrumptious pastries and two dinners because our first one was so outstanding we just had to return for more. Highly recommend this restaurant. Service was excellent and so were their dinners (extremely tender meats, delicious flavors) and breakfast.
Delicious! Will be back again.
Great food and excellent service. Try the eggs benedict
DELICIOUS!!! We had a wonderful meal and a lovely time. Bistro with outdoor seating - it's quaint and romantic. The wait staff were all amazing, especially our waiter, Laroe. Didn't expect to have French food in Santa Fe but what a delight it was and we'll be back for more. Put this one at the top of your list. The bakery looks incredible too. It was full of yummy pastries and macaroon cookies in all flavors.
We stumbled upon this little gem on our last day in Santa Fe. Nice wine list. My husband drooled over all of the fresh French pastries that were displayed in the bakery. We had a wonderful brunch, eggs cooked to perfection, not overcooked and rubbery. We will seek this out for dinner the next time we are in Santa Fe!
Amazing atmosphere. Great good. Spectacular service.
When we lived in Santa Fe, my Husband and I loved going to Chez Mamou. Everything is so delicious! If you want to go for breakfast, or coffee and a lovely sweet, it's great! If you go for dinner, that is wonderful as well. Very cozy!
I was excited to try the place but had a negative experience from the french waitress, she completely ignored us and when I asked her about one of the orders if it comes with a side dish she started arguing with me for no reason. The bathroom is filthy. The tables are not symmetrical and feels like they are bought from Craig's list. I would not recommend it at all. Very poor service.
Took the family for Mother's day and the food was really good. Service is about on par with a busy bakery/cafe so don't expect too much attention at peak times.
Everything was perfect! Croissant amazing!
Don't vulcanize the bechamel, monsieur.
Quaint French restaurant, excellent food, very simply done-great staff. You will not want to miss the pastries!
This is without a doubt one of the top 3 restaurants I have ever visited anywhere in the world. The French pastry chef, Paul, is a true master. The fruit tart we had was insane, definitely an epiphany of culinary delight. My fiance and me visited here back in early September and it was INCREDIBLE. All the pastries are absolutely fantastic, and we stocked up on plenty for our trip home. The breakfast and lunch items we shared off the menu were divine. If you go here and don't like the food, the service, or the ambiance, check your pulse. I would seriously drive here from our home in Denver and the trip would be completely worth it. The owner was incredibly friendly and passionate about her work. If you go to Santa Fe and don't stop here, you truly missed out. HIGHLY recommended.
Poor service. Onion soup was terrific.
Perfection. Everything is just as it should be. The beautiful, picturesque pastry case is loaded with a wide range of French pastries, including gluten-free options look almost too good to eat... almost
My husband and I were delighted with Chez Mamou the 3 times we've dined there. They make you feel like family with the intimate space and the warm atmosphere. The service is like you're in their kitchen. The food is very tasty and cooked just right and the pastries divine. It's tough to make a decision on the sweets so I end up taking some home too. Try it!
I eat breakfast here every time I visit Santa Fe. The food and service are always fantastic. The atmosphere is awesome. Somehow I always feel a little more intelligent and cultured after eating here!
Wonderful! Both the lemon tart and the pear pastry were perfect. Dog-friendly patio was great for both our large dog and small dog. Top-notch service, too.
Not really a bakery. They have a few French style pastries. Otherwise, it's a nominal sit down restaurant. No place for a casual cup of coffee.
Wonderful food. Very French.
Such a lovely space with kind people and amazing food. Excellent coffee.
We went there three times in a row for breakfast. The breakfast pastries and dishes were always very good. Authentic French croissants. The waiters are very friendly and efficient
Friendly staff and yummy food, the croissants are amazing!!!
Great food and service. Met the owner she was super nice! Aaa+++
When you first walk in, you’re greeted by classical music playing overhead that goes with the classy atmosphere. But there is no dress code or anything. There normal people eating with friends and family! The wait staff are very nice and helpful. The food is quite delicious and a little but not too expensive. The desserts are to die for!!! They are some of the best desserts I’ve ever had. They are made fresh everyday and are a little expensive but so worth it! They are so rich that you can get a small 5” tart and share it with someone. I’d definitely recommend going here if you have sweet tooth and want a place that is relaxing to eat at!
We were greeted by a French woman who was not uppity in the slightest in fact, she made small talk with my mother and I several times and seemed warm and engaging. We stopped in one evening after shopping for coffee and pastry. C'est si bon we decided to come back the following day for brunch. I had the Croque Madame, and it was amazing. We ate outside and people were stopping on the street to ask me about it. I wouuld also like to point out that although we were seated outside, we were not forgotten about. I'm leaving town today and plan on stopping for some "to go" pastry.
Amazing little French cafe and bakery. Wide selection of dishes and would love to visit more than once just to try them. The salmon carpaccio was amazing, and the toast was distinctly flavored to complement the tartness. The Hash was a fine balance between the mashed potatoes and beef/onions with the nice sharpness of guerey cheese. The coffee was one of the best I've had. A fine strong edge with no acidic after taste and would go well with any of the excellent pastries in the cooler. Atmosphere was quiet and relaxing and the staff was knowledgeable and spot on in their timing along with welcoming, cheerful demeanors. While this would be one of my go to places if I lived in Santa Fe it would not be often, since it is a bit pricy.....but the excellent food experience was definitely worth the $60 tab.
Stopped here to pick up breakfast on our way out of town. The food was alright but greasy. The bakery items were tasty, but everything was very pricey. The woman who was working while I was there was rude and dismissive. She barked at the gentleman working there loudly in front of customers, which is completely unprofessional. I dropped my coffee on myself walking out the door. When I let the lady know she laughed and walked away from me mumbling something along the lines of “I can’t deal with this.” The gentleman behind the counter thanked me for letting them know and handed me napkins. The only reason I’m giving this two stars is for the pastries and friendliness of the gentleman. I wish I was able to get their names but I would not recommend this place as long as that awful woman is working here. She’ll be easy to spot. She’s the one with her nose in the air treating her staff and customers rudely.
Fantastic food and service. Wish the French bistros in NYC were as good. Short but great wine list. Mussels to die for. Amazing pastries. Yummmmm
The owner Noella illegally withholds her employees tips and checks to profit herself. Not only that but this place has been known to have rats and mice and the owner will go under the table to dispose of them before the FDA noticed. Have fun eating here!
Great restaurant and great food. Only complaint would be the service which felt very fake and like we were bothering her to be there. I hope to have a different server if we go again.
Haven't tried breakfast but was impressed with their sign - "Brunch until 5pm". I had dinner on my own a couple of night ago. Then when I described it to business acquaintances I was meeting with, they cancelled what they had planned for the night and booked at Chez Mamou. The food was excellent but the service was a disaster. We got a new waitress who new nothing, I mean nothing, and she was inappropriate to boot. We had a good time anyway and will return. However I hope management reads this does better staff selection and training in future. The young bus boy filled in quite well and we enjoyed ourselves due to the good french cooking.
So perfect for a late evening dinner after a long day of art shopping
Four of us had lunch. Eggs Benedict, omelette, onion soup,lemon tart. Yes a little eclectic. Everything looked great and tasted great. Good service, comfortable seating. We were very happy!
Ate here twice in one day! That's how good they are. I had the sea bass and there is only one word to describe this meal, PHENOMENAL! will definitely return!
Rides the border between romantic, classy, and humorously pretentious. Got my order wrong and made excuses, but the food is pretty consistently good if not particularly French. Pastries are shockingly bad given the price and that they call themselves a bakery so do yourself a favor and go down the street to "French Pastry Shop" for those, but this is the place to be for a European style dinner in the $20 range.
Good breakfast spot. Usually not crowded.
Fantastic food & service
Wonderful coffee and croissant. Relaxing ambiance.
Spent 35 minutes at a table without a menu for my first attempted meal there. Got up and left because I had to refill the meter. Ate somewhere else. Second attempt I got food in an appropriate time and the right order on the second attempt, however the guy a table over kept coughing and sneezing into his napkin. Whatever, it's not the restaurant's fault. He finished his meal, paid and left. The staff bussed his table AND WIPED THE TABLE CLEAN WITH HIS NAPKIN. This is not a place I'd recommend with so many places with better service and sanitary practices within walking distance. Try somewhere else and save your time and health.
Fabulous food and terrific customer service
I went here just for drinks and desserts because it is high-end. Gorgeous atmosphere (outside seating), excellent service and amazing desserts! I could not have had a better experience.
The food is good but the staff seems annoyed to have to wait on customers. We have eaten here twice with the hopes that the second time would be different. Both times the busboy stomped around in hard soled dress shoes and the waitress seemed to be bothered by the mere presence of the patrons. I think if the staff were switched out, Mamou would be a 4 star restaurant, and would become a brunch staple for me.
I love this place... Great atmosphere pastries coffee good energy great care put into their product... created by a great artist and hard worker... with love
Server and atmosphere were fabulous but food and coffee in this place is really lacking. We soooooooo wanted it to be good because it's so quaint but it just didn't measure up and there are too many more places to try in Santa Fe. Omelette had way too much cheese and egg was overcooked and crepe was bland and boring.
A great meal every time I've visited. One of my favorite places of all the places I've lived.
Quaint French restaurant and bakery. Good for brunch, pastries to go or a fancy French dinner. A must visit while in Santa fe.
This place was wonderful. I visited Santa Fe a few weeks back and had brought my dog with me on the adventure. They were pet friendly and even brought me a water bowl for him while I enjoyed their delicious food. The pastries taste just as good as they look. I would visit again. The patio seating area is shaded and comfortable.
Delicious place for breakfast in a soothing venue. Solid delivery on French classics. Service is so-so, perhaps making this place even more legit French!
Next to La Sena, this is the best food outside your typical Mexican dishes found everywhere around the Plaza. Pictured here are Marsala Chicken with fresh mashed potatoes and sauteed spring veggies. And a sirloin steak topped with potatoes and gruelyer, served al fresco on a beautiful May spring day.
The real deal. Even the wait staff seem to have been schooled in France. The pastries are beyond excellent. Way cheaper than a flight to France . Go enjoy the French way of eating well. Mike
Wide menu, excellent food, reasonably priced. Worth searching for, on a side street.
Didn't get my order of squash
We had a really nice brunch here. We liked it and will be back. Solid 4+ stars.
Wonderful food, friendly and engaging service.
As lovers of fine coffee and pastries, my family and I were looking forward to an evening of lite french fare. What we had hoped would be a sweet experience turned out to be an extremely bitter evening. Upon entering, we were curtly greeted by an uppity french lady. She asked us if we had a reservation when the restaurant was sparcely attended. When we said we did not, she gave us an exasperated look and went to go check if she could seat us. Reluctantly letting us take a seat, a waiter came by who just dropped three dinner menus, even though we had said that we were just here for coffee and pastries. When we went up to look at the pastries, there were no labels, and the waiter wasn't bothered to assist us. After the food was served, we were completely ignored and abandoned. This especially struck us when we noticed the staff being incredibly kind and attentive to other patrons, who were travellers just like us. As a matter of fact, no one even came to retrieve the bill. The one person we asked to take the bill said that he had no way of doing so and would inform his superior. However, after two further requests, no one came to take the bill. So I went up to the register and asked the superior if we could pay, but he shirked off the responsibilty, saying that someone else would take it (they never did). We were on vacation and did not have time to sit there all day and pay the bill. Finally, in today's age of plastic cards, we managed to pull out enough cash to clear the bill and left. Food is not simply an experience for the taste buds, it is greatly affected by the people you are around when you eat it. Unfortunately, the attitudes of the owner and the staff at this establishment completely ruined our food and our evening.
SANTA FE QUICHE TRAIL RUNNER-UP: Linen, quiche, hot coffee, sidewalk table, people-watching. Perfect.
A secret you should learn!
This place has great pastries. French. Nice staff, good coffee. Invites to stay and read a newspaper. Its not inexpensive. But good. They offer Brunch until 5pm and then dinner. Definitely worth to check it out.
Food was not particularly special. Bakery bread was great.
We stopped here on our way to Albuquerque and had a delightful lunch. Wait staff was attentive and charming. Food was excellent. We had the onion soup which was very authentic. The mussels and the pork medallions were both beautifully prepared delicious. Very nicely done!
We had two lovely breakfasts on the side patio here and couldn't have been more pleased. Our service was fine in every respect. Food came promptly. My wife loved the ham and cheese omelet and ordered out both days. I liked the Benedict and was impressed with how much ham the put on it. A great experience
Awesome brunch! The omelets and eggs Benedict are authentic French recipes with highest quality ingredients. We came to Santa Fe for a long weekend and chose Chez Mamou three mornings! Service was great too.
I just had a tasty brunch in a very pretty atmosphere at Mamou's. BUT, their service is outrageously slow. We had to wait nearly 1/2 hour to pay our bill and there was just one patron in front of us. We have experienced this before, with our attempt to buy a loaf of bread. They don't have a cash register so If they have to give change they have to look for it. I probably won't go there again.
the food was beyond excellent. the service was decent, right up until the check was presented and the waiter made a snide and inappropriate comment about my mom being my "sugar momma." we were both offended and put off by his sarcastic and inappropriate comment. we still tipped 20% but I was very tempted to flat out stiff him bc of that. it left a bad taste in each of our mouths after what was an otherwise fantastic dinner. edit: despite posting this review here, and yelp, and someplace else, I never heard from the owner with anyway of apology. so I have downgraded my review from a 4 to 1 because it is clear that service is just not something they care about.
I ordered a salad for my dinner. It did not live up to the description on the menu. I was highly disappointed. My husband ordered a salmon meal. He said it was good. We sat in the courtyard. The chairs were very comfy.
This place was quaint and awesome! The food was delicious, the atmosphere relaxing, and the staff friendly. You MUST go at least once if you are in Santa Fe!
Lunch with dear old friends. Food was delicious. Thanks.
Great food but no baguettes? Really
Delicious food, excellent service.
What a lovely place for dinner with grrr friends. Cheery, not too noisy, good food, great staff.
Visited for a birthday meal and they did not disappoint! The Short Ribs were cooked to tender perfection, a generous portion of asparagus, and lovely buttery mashed potatoes. Took home a couple of treats for dessert (lemon tart and pear tart). They were equally decadent. A lovely, intimate space and attentive service made this one of our best meals ever in Santa Fe!
Excellent. Went here for restaurant week. Both the pasta dishes were awesome and the wine pairing very nicely done. Strongly recommended.
Just had breakfast, and the food was amazing. The atmosphere did feel a bit too ‘soft stuffed’ for comfort, and everything didn’t really match but personally it wasn’t a problem for my family. The crepes and egg Benedict were delicious, as well as the baked goods especially the almond croissant. The French onion soup was very good too, although the broth was just a bit salty, so make sure to request for more bread to go with it! Btw, totally recommend their chamomile mint tea. naturally sweet and just spectacular. Otherwise the service was nice and very sympathetic after dropping water at our table. All in all, the food was great, the service was plenty, and the atmosphere was decent. 4 stars. Would come back.
NOT worth the $$$! I've been there several times now and the food is ridiculously expensive for what it is. It's organic, but the portions are so small that I always leave the place still hungry, even after spending up to $30! The taste isn't anything to rave about, either. Many of the food items are bland and without any kind of pzazz. What's more, the service is absolutely horrible. The staff is slow, rude and even dumb. There are only two servers there that actually know how to do their jobs, but the others, which is the majority, need to be replaced immediately!!
Great little place. Sit outside and enjoy the air.
Took my wife here on a weekend getaway. The food was well prepared and sourced. We were given a hard time for not having a reservation, but we're sat anyway and treated well after that. We were amazed by the torts and regretted not being able to bring more home with us.
Slow, unprofessional, and rude. After 45 minutes, our table of 6 was served three plates of food, one of which we had not ordered. Ten minutes later, a table that had walked in 30 minutes after us was served. When we questioned the servers, they offered us neither aplologies nor solutions. According to one of the two of us who had received his food, his crepe tasted a little better than mediocre but certainly was not worth the wait. We ended up leaving.
Excellent food and service.
Meals are beautifully prepared and absolutely delicious. Service is excellent and the pastries are out of this world
My husband and I ordered our wedding cake at this pastry shop. While the cake was exceptional, the store owner overcharged us for the cake. I initially asked for a cake for 85 people and I paid on the spot for the order. I did tell her that I might change the number of guests according to confirmations. Later, when 55 guests confirmed I called ahead of time to change the order. The cake was made for 55 guests but I never got reimbursed for the difference.
Excellent food, great desserts, fair pricing!
Mussels and the beef bourginon, coffee, service, all very good.
Slow service but excellent food.
We didn't have a great experience here. We only stopped in for a few baked goods to take home with us. The cashier acted like he didn't want us there and kept trying to correct me when I told him I wanted a macaron ("A macaroon?" "No, a macaron. I don't want something with coconut.") In a French bakery you'd think they'd know better. The macarons we're not done well, crumbly and filled with air, and there was barely any jam in the linzer tarts. The peach tart also seemed a bit stale. The waiter seemed to be in a hurry to leave us and just left us to sign the bill and didn't even offer us a receipt to check his accounting. To make matters worse, on our way out, we passed by the front patio of the bakery and that same waiter had started cleaning up tables and tossed a full glass of water towards the flower bed in front that splashed onto me and would have drenched me if I was closer! Very rude. I won't be back here.
Chez Mamou in Santa Fe has one of the most Charming Terraces and also relaxing Charming indoors in Santa Fe. Because Santa Fe has close to 500 restaurants you won't see Chez Mamou reviewed very often in the top 10 restaurants, but it is certainly one of my favorite with delicious French food a fabulous weekend brunch and also pastries to die for to bring home. I love the staff and as I go to Santa Fe every year for the Opera Festival it's one of the first places I plan on spending my time.
I love it, Best french food i know in USA, Really everything is nice, i only can recommend this place
Great food, horrendous service, mediocre coffee Update Aug 2019 Same as before. If the atmosphere, location, and the food were not as good as they are, there's no way we would put up with the dismissive, inattentive, and always overwhelmed service. The managers are often surly and seem put out by having to attend to customers. Some of the waitstaff are very kind but seem harried by the managers' barking. Unpleasant. Having to stand in line to pay at the counter after the meal is déclassé and seems inefficient for both the customer and staff.
Quiche very good with fresh croissant
Quick service and very good food
Great service and scrumptious food in a cozy but elegant setting near the center of historic Santa Fe. You'll want one of every pastry to take home.
Great food, not the best service. I recommend it to anyone that has time.
Small dining room where they tried to jam as many tables as possible. I was constantly being bumped throughout my meal. Not suitable for someone over 5.5 feet tall. Waiter was polite but would drop things off and immediately vanish without facilitating any questions. Food was decent but extremely over priced. I did not get a chance to experience the bakery side of the restaurant, but I assume it is better considering this place is still in business. Would not recommend
Wonderful food and presentation. Excellent salads. Small dining area with some outdoor tables. Star off for teacup not free of lipstick and glass tabletop not really thoroughly cleaned.
Wonderful food and presentation. You have a dining area with some outdoor tables which is very nice. I recommend it.
Walked in at 1:30 on a Sunday and had to look for staff to seat us. Once we were seated we were given water glasses and then completely ignored. No one came to collect drink orders or anything. We literally watched our waiter walk out of the restaurant with his backpack! After waiting 15 minutes or so we got up and walked out. Felt like we dodged a bullet because the dining room felt dirty and run down. I wouldn’t want to see what the kitchen looked like! Would not recommend or return.
Intimate, cozy, yummy, with very attentive service
Great food and atmosphere!
Delightful. Lovely atmosphere. However found the piccata and marsala sauce odd in that it had tomatoes and not cream based. Bakery wonderful. Nice wine list.
Great escargot. Unique pastries and great French wine list. Delectable crepes and freshly prepared vegetables and meats. Don't miss this place if you are in Santa Fe
Great atmosphere, great service, great food, n great memory
Delicious and such nice staff..
Very pleasant outdoor space when the weather is good. Brunch was good. Service was mediocre.
The service was horrible. The waiter was slow to take our order, never refilled our water, never asked if everything was good or we needed something. And it was NOT good. The vegetarian sandwich had way too much mustard on it that over powered everything and burned. It was gross. When the waiter finally came back we said something and his response was, "well when it's prepared well it's one of our best." Okay? He offered a croissant which is not an appropriate $13 sandwich replacement. Whatever. Horrible service and mediocre food.
Breakfast at 2pm - Yes!
I eat here at least once every time I visit Santa Fe. The baked goods are amazing.
Delicious food. The French onion soup is delicious any time of year. Hubby's go to is beef bourginon. Pastries are so tempting
Service was non existing to buy something from the bakery
Every item was delicious. Only time I've had frog legs not at all chewy. Perfect wine pairing recommendations.
Delicious food, great ambiance, good service (absolutely no complaints, contrary to some cranky reviews), and terrific music-cello and guitar. We loved it! Fabulous food, and the feel of France. The owner is French and it shows. Highly recommended!
This place looks extremely charming and the pastries are baked in house. You can watch the pastry chef making the goods. I highly recommend. They have full breakfast as well but we didn't try it. Their coffee is also good.
My wife and I had an amazing dinner! The braised short ribs and sea bass specials were incredible (Saturday night). Our server Liroh took excellent care of us. We have only positive things to say about the service. I highly recommend a dinner at Chez Mamou!
Yum! The coffee was amazing and breakfast was perfect. We are looking forward to coming back for the pasta menu.
The French delight in Santa Fe is placed very well and has great staff. For a French establishment, the portions were very good and chicken was great quality.
Great food, delicious desserts. I love this place and always stop here when I am in Santa Fe.
We had a perfect evening last night. Food was superb, service was exceptional.
French atmosphere ♥️
Nice guy at counter, table service slow
Great place for pastries and delicate cuisine
Best croissants in Santa Fe!
Everything we ate here was excellent.
The food was great. Service too. Pastries yum.
Our nine year old really wanted to treat the family to hot chocolate and desserts while we were visiting Santa Fe. So she found this cute little bakery and she started showing us around the glass display so we could pick our treat. The waitress asks if we have a reservation and we don't, because the place was empty except for one obvious regular sitting alone, she became very annoyed and said she'd have to ask if we could be seated ???? Note, we told her we were just there for coffee and dessert and the place was empty...it was obvious that we were an inconvenience to her. She finally seats us and continues to look annoyed... Her behavior alone was enough to never return here. The food was okay, the sponge cake was a little rich but the apple dessert was very good. If the service had been better, I'd have given more stars.