Across the street from Las Gaviotas is the Bleu Galley deli and cafe with sit-down breakfast and light afternoon bistro bites as well as take-away. The focus is on fresh ingredients, including dishes that feature vegetables. The owner, Agnes Cameleyra, opened Bleu Galley in December 2017. Ms. Cameleyra was raised in the Bordeux area and models her restaurant after those she grew to love, with tables and kitchen nearby as if you were entertaining family. Ms. Cameleyra has lived in the Rosarito Beach area since 2012. She keeps her menu small so she can concentrate on providing the best quality dishes possible with incredients and flavors that closing match those of south of France. In addition to the flavors of France, Ms. Cameleyra has brought the decor and colors of her Bordeux region as well.
Monday 8:30AM–2PM, Tuesday Closed, Wednesday Closed, Thursday 8:30AM–2PM, Friday 8:30AM–2PM, Saturday 8:30AM–2PM, Sunday 8:30AM–2PM
LOVELY French cafe on the free road (across from Las Gaviotas). Small, quaint and fantastic service and delightful food. Such charming touches, like smooth butter for the delicious complimentary biscuit. The food is lovingly cooked to order and plated magnificently. Such care into each dish… you can see the magic happen in the open kitchen. Their eggs are always cooked to perfection. Don’t even get me started on their desserts. LOVE them all! I’m not a quiche girl and even those are amazing. This place is perfect. Chef/owner Agnes puts all her heart into it and it shows. And check out the adorable bathroom… so many cute details.
Not just French Food, it is fantastic food. From traditional French fare, onion soup, croque monsieur and quiche to less traditional like poached eggs over green beans and bacon. Every plate served is pleasing to the eye. Agnès (from Bordeaux) and her staff are friendly and help make the dining experience even better. They also have a to go service. And her desserts are all made at the Blue Galley. When you need a break from taco’s (love ‘em) this the place for you.
First they won the World Cup, then they won our hearts (and stomachs!) with this little cafe.
Only six tables and a limited menu, but it doesn’t lack in great food. We were there for breakfast and each had an omelette that was cooked to perfection. They come with roasted, seasonal vegetables and a delicious biscuit with homemade strawberry preserves. We took two pieces of quiche home that we can’t wait to eat.
Very friendly staff and very reasonable prices.