Quaint Little Crepe Place

Upon initial visit, one may mistake the humble interiors of this place as a simple crepe place, but La Creperie’s dishes speak of such amazing different flavors and such elaborate flavors.

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The ambiance was a replica of a little house on a prarie’s kitchen. The interiors wee made mostly of white paint and beige and light yellow apholstery. The plates were made with ceramics and so were the jars on display.

We started our little journey in this quaint little place with a choice from the Les Soupes section. We ordered the French Onion Soup (Php 135). To be honest, this is one of the best onion soups I’ve ever tasted. I loved the way the cheese was melted. It was melted just right. The bread was also not too soaked.
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We then ordered L’Omelette, country styled omellete. It came in a skillet in which around 5 eggs were beated and mixed with diced bacon, potatoes, cheese and jalapenos. I loved this dish. I think this would make a very good breakfast meal! I can see myself craving for this dish in the days to come.

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L’Omellete (Php 235)

We also ordered one of their Les Gastronomiques. We ordered the Le “J.J.”(Php 175). This crepe contained Ham, Emmental and Gruyere cheese, tomato, garlic and chili flakes. It was a bit spicy and I liked it that way. The order came with salad with vinagraitte dressing which was a good complement to the dish.

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And for dessert, they said the Double Chocolate Fudge Brownie Crepe (Php 175) is their best seller but we ordered the Mango Hazelnut on Chocolat, since we were so full from our main course. The crepe covering was chocolate flavored topped with a layer of chocolate syrup and then layered with mango slices. The crepe was topped with whip cream and lots of slices of almonds. For the health conscious, not to worry since you can actually choose your fruit fillings and syrups. The restaurant allows you to make your own crepes.

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Also, they serve Big Chill smoothies. The owner of La Creperie owns Big Chill. So if you want to unwind in a restaurant in the New Eastwood Mall and you’re looking for something that would fit your 200 peso budget, you can visit La Creperie to try amazing crepes and dishes in a comfortable little place.

Contact details:
La Creperie

Eastwood Mall
2nd Level (beside Italiannis)
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