We've followed Coquette's from their location in Manitou Springs to the heart of Colorado Springs. The NOT-SO-GOOD: Parking is as difficult to find on a Saturday evening as it was in the old place.The crepe selection has been reduced to four, three savory and one sweet. My favorite hadn't made the cut. It took a little longer than we'd have liked for the dinners to be served. Instead of the smaller rooms that they had in their former home, this is one large room that will need some noise remediation. The GOOD: It's in an active part of downtown Colorado Springs. The ambience is more modern, with clean lines and soft lighting. Greeters and wait staff are friendly. The menu (which I hope will be in larger print when finalized)seems to carry higher prices and is much more diverse, with burgers and lots of meat dishes added, but still, thankfully, GLUTEN FREE. Our group of four had, among us, a large salad with beets, a side mixed salad with lavender vinaigrette, salmon bisque, the "Tula" crepe with chicken and vegetables, well-seasoned VEGAN polenta with vegetables, and salmon with asparagus. All but the last were tasty. The salmon was all right, but had been listed as coming with a strawberry purée and instead had just a few strawberry slices on top. All were presented beautifully. Overall the experience was good. We will return.
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