Went for a weekend brunch here as part of a short stay in NY. Must say, it didn’t look promising from the outside, however, once inside the staff were extremely welcoming and by the time we sat down we had a fresh cup of coffee...More
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Tiny place specializing in crepes from Brittany. Very limited wine list. Table bread should be better given they are French. Nice onion soup, full beef broth and good gruyere. People who got frisee salads and tuna tartar very pleased. Crepes large, various fillings.
Ate brunch on a Saturday morning at Cafe Triskell. This is a very small restaurant that provides beautifully prepared food from a balanced French influenced menu, served by friendly, accommodating servers. Various crepes, eggs were perfectly prepared in a timely way. I'm a nut for...More
The crepes we ordered were excellent. I was amazed of what we ate and we didn't feel stuffed. Wasn't impesed with the pumpkin soup but the crepes were excellent.
Oh, Cafe Triskell, where have you been all my life? This is quickly become our favorite brunch spot in Astoria- cozy and homey with amazing French fare. It helps that we love the staff too. The highlight for us is always the Skewered Brioche French...More
This place is excellent: which is to be expected from a place that only takes cash and has a limited menu. I've gotten the crepe with pear, goat cheese, almond, and honey twice now-- and I absolutely love it. The fries are awesome as well....More
I wonder who are the people leaving positive reviews for restaurant Triskell. Either they are friends of the owners or the owners themselves signing up under different names. The service was great but the food there was less than average. The crepe I ordered was...More
As we approached Cafe Triskell, my husband said "we can't go there, it links like a dive." But we were pleasantly surprised. The onion soup was the best we ever had and the chicken cordon blue was scrumptious. And let's not forget the banana crepes...More