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General Info
Mimi's is a beloved neighborhood cafe known for indulgent breakfast and brunch with signature "Mimi-mosas" and seasonal muffins, French-American "Le Duet" lunch combos and dinners like "Steak Frites" with thin hand-cut Russet potatoes and Grilled Atlantic Salmon. House wine from France is on offer for $5 a glass and $20 a bottle. For Birthday parties, Mimi's gives a free Birthday Cake to parties of 8 or more.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (650) 574-2315

Fax Number: (650) 574-2315

Fax: (650) 574-2315

Payment method
master card, visa, all major credit cards, amex, cash, discover
Price Range
$$
Location
Bridgepointe Shopping Ctr
Neighborhood
Marina Lagoon
AKA

Promasters - Toastmasters Int'l Club at Mimi's Cafe

Swh Corporation

Categories
Restaurants, American Restaurants, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch

Alcohol: Beer, Wine

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average

COUPONS & DEALS

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Don S.

11/10/2017

Overall

Cant sit at the bar because u wont get any service food is not that good i will not be back

Mimi granata

10/18/2011

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Overall
Breast cancer fundraisr

In aug we held a fundraiser for Susan g koman and were to get 15percent which they said would be $240.00 it took me a month to fight to get that much info. We still have not recd a check service was very poor management horrible and courtesy not. If you go there ask them why they do not hold up to their word.

anniken9

03/02/2008

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Overall
Wonderful, cute, decent place!

Went here with a friend and oh my goodness it was just great! The prices aren't that high, food is nice not bland, and the service was pretty good. I like where it's setup as well. Parking is wonderful, wait is only about 10-15 mins. which was really nice. The cafe has a comfortable feeling and you have food that you're sure to love. If you want to know why I didn't give it a 5 star was because sometimes like the other Citysearch user said that the waiters/waitresses aren't always behind your back and they don't usually come when you need them to. But..... eventually, they come.

I recommend this place and I would go to Mimi's Cafe again.

starvinmarvin

02/01/2006

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Overall
Not your typical mall restaurant

This is the spot for flavorful American food without a bunch of hokey sauces dumped on top -- chicken pot pie (my favorite, beats every one I've tried in the Bay Area), pot roast, that kind of thing. The fish dishes are always moist but still hot and done. A great little bread plate always comes with, but don't get too many refills since you won't be able to do dessert.

I've taken some really cranky eaters here that always seem to find some problem wherever we go. But there have been no complaints about Mimi's from them, EVER. I like it all.

This one (only one I've been to) has immaculate service from a pro staff. They're there when needed but don't hang on your elbow.

If you don't know the area well, get a map or call for directions.

apollos_mom

08/12/2002

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Overall
A good chain

Never heard of the place since the closest restaurant to my home is in Dublin. Went there with a friend and had a nice lunch of southern-fried chicken salad, which was a special that Sunday. It comes with a choice of muffin; I got the blueberry and it was moist and hot off the oven, real yummy considering it said it was low-fat on menu. The place has a nice country kitchen decor. Good place for the after-church crowd as my friend calls it.

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