A converted Victorian home now a restaurant- cute and impressive. Designed well with all the little 'touches' adding so much of the charm to create the ambience - so darling. Now about the food, I can't wait to go back to try other dishes but I indulged into the eggs benedict with mushrooms and spinach. My friend loved the Chicken and waffle dish with gravy - a wonderful, delicious spluge! The Hollandaise sauce is perfect for the eggs benedict and the potatoes scrumptious! Yum! $15 for bottomless Mimosas with a variety of juices and since this is where John Steinbeck and his pal Ed Rickets roamed I am sure if they were alive they would be here quite often (they loved to pop a cork) and then stay for delicious items on the menu. A couple of blocks over on Central - a home where Steinbeck's Grandmother lived and then another home within a few blocks where Steinbeck resided while writing a few of his novels. All in all a great time at Crema, stepping back in time, enjoying a meal with a kind and attentive staff called the Cremlins. They are young, sweet and have a great chance to learn the restaurant business the right way! Sit back, order and enjoy - you may see a Monarch Butterfly flutter by while drinking their remarkable coffee.
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