They have 2 lunch time special menus, the first one is $88 and the other is $120, which allows you to choose 1 savoury, 1 sweet, tea/coffee and the option to add $10 for a soda or $20 for a cup of cider.
I love crepes and had the best crepes in Hampstead in London where I didn't mind queuing for over 40 minutes to get one, but the crepes here are very different to the ones I've eaten in London and Paris. It is very thin, almost crunch and very oily!!
As for the sweet crepe, you can choose either butter & sugar or chocolate & caramel. I don't have a sweet tooth, so my brother ate both! The butter & sugar tasted better, unless if you are a chocoholic! The lunch set is definitely very much value for money, but you will need to forget about the calories and fat content!
I will probably pop back in if I am in the area to try something else from the menu. There is a theory how set lunches are not the best signature dishes anyway, so I'll give this place another go.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Mar 29, 2011
Spending per head: Approximately HKD100
Value for Money3
Keep it up!