crêpes FAQ

Did you know that many countries around the world have their own version of a crepe-like pancake?

French for pancakes, crêpes are brought to the height of perfection in Brittany and enjoyed all around the world.

Crepes contain far less flour than typical pancakes; the batter is thin, cooks quickly and makes paper-thin pancakes.

Eggs, an essential part of the crepe's batter, provide high-quality protein, containing all the essential amino acids our bodies need in a near-perfect pattern.

Many cultures eat their version of crepes for breakfast, but some are more of a savory treat and can be shared at lunch and dinner.

Savored for centuries, crêpes are celebrating a worldwide revival today and for good reason.

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It is amazing how many variations on the crepe exist world-wide. How you decide to enjoy this light pancake variety is up to you. Come, let us introduce you to our hand-crafted sweet and savory delights!