If you’re wanting authentic crepes, look no further. The French Market imports their flour from France and make everything fresh. I love the strawberry dessert crepes most! I can’t recommend this cute little place enough! There’s outside seating too that is pet friendly, which is a plus.
This review is for the Farragut location – which hasn’t been open long. It is really lovely – even for a quick dinner on a Friday night. My 10 year old loved her roast beef and cheddar crepe with au jus. Open til 10 pm on Friday and Saturday – so rare around here – great for a cup of good coffee and an eclair after dinner.
Great Crepes and nice atmosphere. The best authentic crapes I’ve eaten. Light and fluffy melt in your mouth goodness.
Great crepes, and I loved the bottled sodas they had along with regular drinks. The nutella crepe is definitely a must. I plan to go back for breakfast so I can try their breakfast crepes as well!
The crepes aren’t the only reason to go. While the crepes are excellent, so is the staff and coffee. The restaurant is small but they have an expansive patio if the weather is cooperating. It’s a great place for downtowners to make a quick stop at on their way to work.
Every time I come to Knoxville I have to come here. My friends originally told me about this place and I would just share the Nutella crepe with them. Yesterday I got the strawberries and cream crepe and I loved it. The cream was really good. I want to try their other crepes they have there. The place is really nice and the workers are so helpful with everything. I wish I lived closer to Knoxville I would be there all the time!
We stumbled upon The French Market one morning while visiting our daughter at UT. What an absolute treat! The food was absolutely delicious. Great creeps, coffee and the atmosphere was very chic. We will definitely eat there on our next visit to Knoxville! It’s a “not to be missed” breakfast or lunch!
French food that rivals the best in Paris!
If you get a chance to visit The French Market you will not be disappointed. I enjoyed a delicious Monte Cristo ham & cheese crêpe this morning and then polished it off with a banana, strawberry, Nutella chocolate sauce and sliced almond crêpe with whipped cream. Too put it in words does NOT do it justice.
Close your eyes and imagine the best French food and then open your eyes and taste it for yourself! It’s worth the trip and a lot cheaper than flying to Paris. Not to mention that a similar meal in France would cost you 4 times as much. I know this for a fact as I visited Paris and Bayeau last summer and spent a small fortune in bistros.
Viva La French Market Crêperie!
You haven’t lived until you’ve tried The French Market. If nothing else, stop by for Petit Fours or Macarons. To die for.
This place is everything! We love the authentic buckwheat crepes, the service, the art, quaint french atmosphere. We’ve made it a Saturday tradition. The coffee is the real imported French deal–the best coffee in town. I would not joke or exaggerate about coffee. The only problem you’ll have is figuring out which crepe to have! See you there.