A cafe serving espresso coffee, savoury & sweet crepes, paninis, croissants or bagel sandwiches, etc.
The French woman at the counter is extremely rude. When I was about to purchase a drink I politely asked how much the bottled apple juice cost as there were no prices listed. She said very rudely that she didn't have time and that she's very busy. She then rung in 5 dollars in the cash register (almost as if she had just made up the price on the spot)! Save yourself the rudeness and overpriced items and stop at the IGA across the street...where juice is 2 dollars. Normally I like to support local cafes but this one is simply not worth it.
Crepe & Café has very limited operating hours – not suitable for desert only dining or a late snack. But there crepes are so good I can’t imagine going anywhere else, and I’m always disappointed if I do.
With regards to their coffee, I’ve been too conditioned by a certain franchise to appreciate much else, so I won’t comment. Their tea however is disappointing, both in selection and preparation. Tea should not be made with water from an espresso machine, which is too hot and ruins the tea. For this reason I’ve given them 3 instead of 4 stars for food.
I’ve marked them down for service as the husband and wife team are often focused on the crepes and espresso machine; constantly leaving customers waiting to place orders.
As for ambiance, while there is space and seating, it doesn’t feel warm and cozy but cool and hasty.
|1.||Spice Islands Indonesian Restaurant (172 m)|
|2.||Red Tuna Japanese Restaurant (174 m)|
|3.||Blaq Sheep Coffee House & Bistro (253 m)|
|4.||Bean Around The World (261 m)|
|5.||Celtic Treasure Chest, The (267 m)|
|6.||Moki's Pizza (272 m)|
|7.||I Hua Bakery (492 m)|
|8.||Butter Baked Goods (1.2 km)|
|9.||Taste to Savour Catering (1.2 km)|
|10.||Bigsby The Bakehouse (1.2 km)|