Cuisine & Dining: Fabrison’s Cafe (Hotel Del Coronado)

Fabrison's Cafe (princesdailyjournal)For all of your crepe cravings come to Fabrison’s café–located on 1125 Adella Ave in Coronado, Ca and in Little Italy on 425 India St (San Diego, Ca). The number one reason why you should come here, is that it is the only restaurant (in Coronado) that serves savory nutella crepes!

Fabrison’s has over 20 crepes to choose from–veggie crepes, turkey crepes, to sweet mouth-watering chocolate dessert crepes. Fabrison’s has been in the crepe business for five years and customers from all over the world cannot get enough of Fabrison’s delicious crepes.

Fabrison’s is not only a great place to come in the morning after a big run but to experience French cuisine and hospitality–inspired by owners Fabrice and Allison Borel. Their hospitality is a reflection of their staff, whom I had the pleasure knowing during my short stay in Coronado. When I asked Fabrice in my interview, “what is the most rewarding aspect of his job as an owner?,” he said, “being able to support the families of the employees who work for us.” Not only does Fabrice and Allison put their customers first but their employees as well!

So when you do come by and support the business of Fabrison’s, you are also supporting the families of the employees who work day-in and day-out to provide excellent customer service!

Fabrison’s is open for breakfast, lunch and now dinner, and offer cooking lessons to all who are interested!
Fabrison’s has two locations:

425 India St.
San Diego, Ca

1120 Adella Ave.
Coronado, Ca.
(Right across from Hotel del Coronado and inside El Cordova Hotel)

If you do come down to Coronado, my favorite crepe “Dark Chocolate w/ Strawberries.” But if you are looking for something to fill you up get the “Fabrice’s Breakfast Crepe.” It has sausage, beacon, cheddar cheese all tucked inside a warm crepe.

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Here is a short clip of how they make their signature crepes! This one is called “The Hungry Bear” prepared by Chef Ramon De La Mora. It has sausage, ham, bacon, eggs, and mushrooms all tucked under a toasty crepe.

Week In Review

Talk Tuesdays Preview: Makeda Dread, Founder & CEO of the San Diego World Beat Center

Weekly Political Report: Financially Conservative this Holiday Season

ThrowBack Thursdays: Who is Kim Jong Un?

Networking: Hon. Judge John A. Houston, San Diego State University

Uncategorized (Prince’s Travels: SD): Happy Thanksgiving!; Sailing–My First Love; Fabrison’s Cafe


Daily Newsfeed (Mon-Fri), Motivation Monday, Weekly Political Report or Tweet, ThrowBack Thursdays, Saturday Book Read w/ Sharine Jones, & Weekly Spiritual Digest

I will be postponing Talks Tuesdays w/ Makeda Dread to next week.

Week In Review

Motivation Mondays: Treat Every Misfortune As A Gift

Weekly Political Tweet: Remembering JFK

ThrowBack Thursdays: Fabrison’s Cafe–My First Coffee Review

Saturday Book Read: w/ Sharine Jones Chapter End of Chapter 1 (Love) 

Weekly Spiritual Digest: Do Not Fade Away w/ the World

Networking: My Talk w/ Attn. Mark Fischer; At the 3rd Annual Social Media Event at UMass


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Thank you and Happy Holidays!

ThrowBack Thursdays: Fabrison’s Cafe–My First Coffee Review

Every Thursday I post miscellaneous article that I’ve written in the past or an interview of an extraordinary individual.

This week’s ThrowBack Thursdays Edition: Fabrison’s Cafe–My First Coffee Review.


How I first began writing reviews for coffee shops, and food restaurants, as well as using photos (Instagram) to promote my reviews started right here at this tiny cafe in Coronado, Ca. Having already caught the blogger bug during the first few weeks of blogging, I began to find new ways to publish my blogs without lugging around my laptop to do them: WordPress app on my iPhone. Not only was it convenient for me–to write and edit typos right on the palm of my hand–but it allowed me to explore Instagram and other social media apps which in return helped my website grow. And so, when I said “Wherever my work takes me, so does my coffee..” I literally meant it–I no longer needed to stop and pull up my laptop to publish any story.

Writing this coffee review at Fabrison’s Cafe was my humble beginning as a Foodie, a Yelper, and a Connoisseur for great coffee. I established good relations with the business owner(s) (by promoting their coffee/food/pastries etc. and their cafe) while I promoted my website.

So to read my coffee review and learn more about Fabrison’s cafe, click on the link below. And if you are in Coronado, CA go by their cafe for some good morning coffee!

Morning Coffee Ed.: Fabrison’s Cafe