It could take you hours to decide which creperie is best. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.
You don’t have to go all the way to Paris to indulge is a variety of sweet and savory crepes done authentically.
Locally-owned Crème Café has been serving up coffee, mouthwatering pastries, and, of course, sweet and savory crêpes since 2011. Begin your meal by savoring a cup of their famous French Press coffee, so expertly made you won’t need cream or sugar. Each order comes with two crêpes and a side salad or fresh fruit to make an exceptionally satisfying meal.
We Love The: The Diane Crêpe, Ranchero Crêpe, Strawberries & Cream Crêpe, French Press Coffee
CREPE N ROLL
For a Japanese twist on a French favorite, Crêpe N’ Roll is the place to go. Unlike French crêpes, which come folded in half or quarters, Japanese crêpes are stuffed and then rolled into a cone shape. If you’re feeling adventurous, go for the Japanese Favorite: sweet red bean paste, green tea ice cream, whipped cream, and Pocky (a Japanese sweet treat).
We Love The: American Favorite, Japanese Favorite, Build Your Own
10490 N Mccarran Blvd
LE CREPE CAFE
Adorable Le Crêpe Café is a cozy shop, perfect for breakfast or brunch. With an extensive menu of 32 crêpes and a selection of salads and paninis, there’s something for everyone. Start your meal off with a Nutella latte, a creamy, caffeinated beverage flavored with everyone’s favorite hazelnut spread. To get the best of both worlds, try one sweet and one savory crêpe each.
We Love The: Le Parisien Crêpe, Nutella Banane Crêpe, Baconnoseur Crêpe, Pesto Pesto Crêpe, Nutella Latte