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Review (4)
Level3 2014-08-08
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We were walking around Bangsar looking for a dessert place & stumbled upon this place. What a find! They have a huge selection of crepes & waffles. Plus decent selection of teas, coffee & alcohol. The restaurant itself is pretty cosy overlooking the street. Decent deco & not too stuffy. Service was attentive, friendly & quick. Nice place to just relax & watch the world go by.We had the crepe with roasted bananas & vanilla ice cream. The first batch that came had a rotten banana which they replaced immediately. Kudos to that. The crepe was light & flaky. Goes along well with the roasted banana & ice cream. Such a delight. Only drawback would be the price as you would expect more than just 1 sliced banana & 1 scoop of ice cream.Will consider returning one day. Not just for the desserts as they do have savoury crepes as well plus burgers, salads & sandwiches. Price is what makes me think twice of this place. If the portions matched if would be a different story. continue reading
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Level3 2014-03-17
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We had decided to give it a try when we saw it at Living Social. They’re having promotions now!Deal : Sweet Crepe + drinkSavory Crepe + drink + saladWe went to La Creperie de Caroline after dined in at Three Little Pigs & The Big BadWolf.We walked a big turn when the shop is just located opposite of Tous Les Jours. ><!At last, we've safely reached to here.It was our first time to dine-in. The boss, Miss Caroline handed out the menu to us while smiling. She is indeed a very beautiful lady. The services at there were good too. *thumbs up*Savory Crepe + Ice Lemon Tea/Peach tea + salad continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-08
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The crepes at La Creperia were amazing. Though most of the crepes were expensive at more than RM 20, the set meal is very worthwhile at only RM 49 including a wine with strawberry in it. There were choices of a savory and sweet crepe. I chose La Forrestia which was so unique with egg yolk in the middle and cheesy with Ratatouille which meant fresh vege. The snack were nachos Nd fresh groundnuts. Our chocolate and whipped cream generously placed at the sides of the crepe were sinful and rich. I guess it's sinful to be rich? The boss is a French lady from Northern France whereas the cook is French too.The pretty African waitress was so sweet and efficient as she was ever ready to help At every call And removed dirty plates immediately. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-05
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Brittany bids bon appétit to Bangsar: A crêperie run by French entrepreneur Caroline Broutin curled open this week in Telawi, striving to spread the popularity of the traditional thin pancakes for which the northwestern Gallic region is renowned.The selection here is unexpectedly extensive: Nearly 20 types of savory galettes, followed by more than 25 dessert crepes. Pancake paradise indeed.Galette with smoked salmon, shrimp, roe, chives, lemon & fresh cream (RM32+). The base is beautiful _ crisp but fluffy, fresh & far from starchy. Perfect, nearly.Galette with leek fondue & emmental cheese (RM25+). Love, love, love.Sweet crêpes are supplied too, of course; we prefer the savory ones, but it's still worth trying fun varieties like this crêpe deliciously coated with salted butter & caramel (RM21+). Crêpe crowned & filled with house-made chestnut spread. Feels like Christmas in August. continue reading
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