Almost 7 months ago, Kathleen recommended Crooked Tree Creperie Crooked Tree Creperie, in the comments section of the Cafe Brama post. I can’t believe how long it’s taken me to go try it but I’m glad I finally did because it’s quite good.

The crepes are nice and elastic, with lots of choices for fillings, both savory and sweet. Savory orders come with two filled crepes and a small mesculan salad. I ordered Onion, Mushroom, and Mozzarella, a combination that can’t go wrong. Tracy got Spinach and Goat Cheese, which was surprisingly flavorful. The spinach was sauteed with garlic and cooked just right (I hate mushy spinach.) Nicole ordered the Smoked Chicken and Goat Cheese which was cleverly shredded so that it could easily be cut through. All of the ingredients were fresh and attention was paid to making sure proportions were right. For $10 and under, the price is appropriate, perfect when you just want something light and simple.

When it came to dessert, we didn’t know what Creme de Marron was. Our waiter (who was friendly yet chill) was so nice and brought over a sample of the chestnut cream for us to try. We decided on banana and nutella, which was enjoyable but not very memorable for me, possibly because I think their crepe suits savory fillings more, and needs to be more tender for dessert fillings. It’s not bad though so if I go for dinner, I’ll likely still get dessert.

Thanks for the recommendation Kathleen!

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