Monday, January 7, 2013
We had an unsatisfactory dinner and shawarma was a bust and my young godson and his brother refused to go home without dessert. We all racked our brains on where to have dessert until Vivian remembered La Crêperie in F. Calderon St. in Little Baguio. To top it off I also had a Deal Grocer coupon for that branch.
To get there go to J. Abad Santos (Alex III) and turn right after Nail Loft. There's also Tori Box, Eat MY GF and Calderon (tapas) on this strip.
This is my godson Zak who's nice enough to carry my bag while I take pictures. Zak followed his ninang's footsteps and also has is own blog. He's a good writer for such a young man.
2nd floor dining area
La Crêperie menu
Their coffee is not bad at all!!
This was my third time (and 3rd branch) to eat at La Crêperie and it's been a great experience each time. The staff were kind enough to give in to my request of turning down the lights so I can take a picture of the flambéed crepe. Of all the delicious crepes we had this simple buttery orange flavored crepe was my favorite. Since the flame evaporated most of the alcohol content of the Grand Marnier liqueur it was suitable for kids too.
Crepe Suzette P155
Zak chose the apple crisp crepe and it was a good choice.
Apple Crisp a la Mode P245
Tender, crisp slices of cooked apples with oatmeal walnut crisp filled the perfect crepe. The vanilla ice cream just brought everything together.
Our third crepe we decided to build our own creation.
Our crepe was filled with bittersweet chocolate and strawberry slices and topped with sliced almonds (P210).
Whether it's sweet or savory crepes La Crêperie will definitely fulfill your cravings.
La Crêperie Eastwood and Robinson's Galleria
403 F. Calderon St., Bgy. Little Baguio, San Juan, Metro Manila