My partner and I went to the Pear tree on a groupon deal and enjoyed our two corses with coffee.
Theres a failry limited menu (you'd expect that in a creperie) but there is a nice choice of savoury and desert crepes and galettes all freshly cooked (not sure about the sauces - the chiken tikka tasted a bit 'out of a jar') with friendly helpful service. The surroundings are rustic french with appropriate french music - lovely!
A couple of minor areas where there is room for improvement. The main course galettes come on their own with no garnish, so what you get is a white plate with a dark brown triangle on it - a little salad garnish would add colour, texture and contrast. You can buy extra salad but to be honest, I though this was over priced.as you seem to only be able to buy a mixed salad for four priced at £6 - not much goodif you're on you own or theres just 2 of you. individual salads are priced at £1.50 but this is small - about a a couple ot tablespoons worth drizzled with vinigraette - the salad is not mixed - lettuce, tomato, red onion or grated carrot are all seperately priced at. £1.50 - for less than a saucerful is a bit much - I think I'd be happy to pay £2 for a side plate of mixed salad for one - I don't think that's unreasonable
There was a fairly lengthy delay between our main course and desert - it wasn't exceptionally busy and although the crepes etc are made fresh - I think we waited for well over half an hour.
The coffee was very nice -hot and strong!
Over all The Pear tree is a nice place to visit, nice food - if a little bit on the pricey side but with a nice enviroment and good frendly service - a little bit of garnish on the plate, a bit quicker on the service and a better arrangement regarding salads and I'd have happily given a 5star - excellent rating. On the whole - tres bon!
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