The 15 Best Places for French Food in St Louis

Inessa Lokshin: The mo. made sausage crepe, with sliced apples, cheddar sauce and a light apple single syrup was amazing!

Reggie Wright: This spot is great, if you love cheese or chocolate. The four cheese Savory Crepe was awesome! Great bacon and house-made sausage.

Katrina Alexander-Cole: Coffee and crepes are incredible. Don't be discouraged by a wait as it is worth it and the food comes out fast!

Alex Kerlick: Go to Vin de Set and try the escargot.

Riverfront Times: The rooftop at Vin de Set alone is enough to get us there, but we stay for the 75 wines that pair so beautifully with its French cuisine.

Ben Wymer: One of the best quiches I've ever had and onion soup is out of control.

Avin Narasimhan: Eggs Benedict on brioche = incredible. Quiche is also excellent. Great vibe, definitely new favorite brunch place in stl

Physics Reader: Crepe station. The nigella and banana one is awesome.

Jessica Perez: Mini Momos from Blackbear Bakery, crepe stand and the fountain for the kids. Perfect Saturday mornings in the summer.

Denise Taylor: The crepes using produce from the vendors are always awesome, highly recommend!

Tyson Pruitt: The smoked salmon and trout crepe is awesome. Light, savory and smokey.

Jessica Perez: great place – fireplace in winter and patio the rest iof the year. Didn't know about the open wine 1/2 off after 10 at the bar … Great steak crostini and any crepes.

Riverfront Times: While Sasha's focus is wine, it also offers an ample selection of beer, while food offerings include cheese plates, pizza, and sweet and savory crepes such as the brie, apple and mango chutney. Read more.

Kyle Kratky: As everyone says, DO get a beignet, chocolate required. The Mexican beignet w/ the Mexican hot chocolate is tasty. Greek salad is very good. Signature crab cakes are unique and great.

Jon Franko: One of my favorite spots in St. Louis. Their beignets are great. Good place to work or spend a rainy day. Read more.

caramck: go to cafe ventana and get beignets try a regular and a chocolate one. they are to die for!

Erica Popp: I loved my veggie crepe, and the service was great. Everyone was really friendly and checked in on us often.

Erica Popp: Go for brunch. The coffee is good and strong, and the crepes and French toast are delicious!

Julie: Try the Nutella crepe. You won't be disappointed.

Justin Thorp: OMG salted caramel croissants on Saturday mornings around 10am but honestly everything here is good.

Adam Hickey: Good for dessert pastries but if you're looking for typical French breakfast fare (e.g. Pain aux raisins, Chausson aux pommes etc.) you need to go someplace else.

Go! Magazine: Try the colorful macarons. They're light, crisp and the essence of flavors like blueberry, strawberry and passion fruit. (Betha Whitlow) Read more.

Riverfront Times: Voted Best Bakery in RFT's Best Of St. Louis 2013, don't miss the macarons on the fall menu with flavors including caramel apple, harvest pear, s'more, chai pumpkin pie and more!

Brenda Fraser: Call early for reservations as it fills up fast. Very popular! Great views.

Melissa Thornton: What a fantastic experience! Our server, Trent, was attentive, knowledgeable, and very friendly. I can't wait to come back.

Riverfront Times: The "Champagne Benedict" is an excellent offering. A poached egg, spinach, fresh mozzarella and champagne hollandaise sauce are served atop a buttery croissant. Read more.

Dianne Carty: Great place to go on Sat mornings to show kiddos what a live outdoor market is all about. Very fun and different! Music, trinkets, beignets and fresh fruit is what's for breakfast!

Jessica Perez: best place – check out the meat market … e wall behind the counter – a hacksaw really? Wonderful photographer e of Julias(get beignets) bakery in se leg – amazing italian shortcake w/fruit &cream

Amie Booth: Try the beignets and bloody marys at Julia's Market Cafe

Matt Ferch: The crepes are the best, even better than the French toast.

13. Whisk Bakery



· Benton Park · 14 tips and reviews

Megan Martin: This bakery is divine. Owners are amazing and so helpful and informative. Everyday selections of vegan and gluten free fare. Try the macarons, they are beyond amazing.

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Skip the healthy breakfast in favor of a raspberry “pop tartlette,” made lush with mascarpone cheese and a buttery, flaky crust. (Betha Whitlow) Read more.

Riverfront TimesRiverfront Times: From the many available fruit popsicle flavors, we chose strawberry rhubarb. The rhubarb throws you off at first, but then the strawberry kicks in, and it's the perfect combo.