Tag: crepe

Senzala Creperie, Brixton, London

Senzala Creperie, Brixton, London

There’s been many a creperie in my food diary that is this blog, but this is the first one that feels so.. well, Latin. Senzala Creperie first began life as a partnership with The Brick Box arts and community organisation. These days it’s standalone and […]

My Old Dutch, Holborn, London

My Old Dutch, Holborn, London

My Old Dutch might not feel like a proper Dutch pancake house, but bloody hell, these pancakes are huge. That might apply to the savoury varieties, it was an intense experience. I felt like I was at one of those eating contests. Sweet pancakes might […]

Mamie’s, Covent Garden, London

Mamie’s, Covent Garden, London

When I’ve ordered flambé crepes, I expect some flames dammit. Unfortunately my mid-afternoon experience at Mamie’s was that one ended up in flames. I’m a grand fan of the humble galette/ crepe (see Roule Galette), and was excited to check out the venue after seeing some pics and reviews. It looks like a got a bad toss of the coin, with service a shambles over my particular visit.

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Creme De La Crepe, Covent Garden

Creme De La Crepe, Covent Garden

Decent crepe action can be found at the Creme De La Crepe in Covent Garden. I had an afternoon discovering science and planet Earth so something flat sounded like a proper fix for a pre-dinner tummy rumble. I ordered the Rumble in the Crumble (£5.25) which […]

Breizoz French Creperie, Fitzroy

Breizoz French Creperie, Fitzroy

I’ve only had crepes one other time whilst in Melbourne and Breizoz French Creperie is one of the highest rated places in walking distance from my house so I was keen to pop for an after work bite. The interior was apparently all booked out but […]

Roule Galette, Melbourne

Roule Galette, Melbourne

A friend and I had a long overdue catch up over an early breakfast at Roule Galette, a crêperie I was  keen to check out after reading some good reviews around the places. I dunno if we had as good of an experience, it was fine but we didn’t find the sweet options we had that spectacular.

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I went for the Theo crepe, which was a with a homemade caramel, salted batter, chocolate and almonds with my companion going for the very tall Aumoniere with ice-cream, whipped cream and chocolate. The crepe itself was well done but for ten dollars it didn’t seem much more advanced than a few toppings and splashings of sauce around. The savoury crepe options sound quite nice so I could definitely be enticed to return to try those ones.

6.5/10

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