Creperie Le Triskel
I love crepes, savoury & sweet all the same. I finally found myself at Le Creperie Triskel. The crepes are made with 100% buckwheat flour, and you can tack on extras if you like. A gorgeous parcel.
The blue was quite mild, with salty prosciutto & sweet chunks of stewed apple. I loved the combination and the others on the menu sound equally divine.
The croque monsieur, rich with swiss gruyere & bechamel is quite the looker.
La Belle Miette
30 Hardware Lane
Where else but next door to La Belle Miette for dessert. My favourite in Melbourne for their gorgeous texture, those delicate hues & flavours.
My newest favourite - that earl grey chocolate. An entirely french affair.
Off 241 Flinders Lane
Having dropped by Creperie Le Triskel the week before, I was keen to refresh my memory on Roule Galette’s crepes.
complete - egg ham & cheese
Oh that gooey runny yolk. A simpler menu in contrast to the variety at Creperie Le Triskel and a simpler setting. The crepe I had at Roule Galette was softer and better proportioned to the filling.
For me, I loved both creperies. Personally I would head to Roule Galette if I wanted a quick & easy crepe, or to Creperie Le Triskel for a longer leisurely crepe experience with other French dishes.