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2010-12-25 9 views
All thanks to The Kensington Crêperie, I’ve had a massive craving for crêpes when I got back from London. Sadly though, there’s not many authentic crêperies in Singapore. In fact, that’s already an understatement since I think there’s only two in town, both owned and managed by French couples. One is Crêperie des Arts and the other is Entre-Nous Crêperie.The crêpes here are good, nothing as fantastic as TKC, but still good enough to make me happy. I like the myriad of textures and flavours in th
The crêpes here are good, nothing as fantastic as TKC, but still good enough to make me happy. I like the myriad of textures and flavours in the Entre-nous crêpe ($18.70+). Very interesting combination of mashed avocado, garlic, cream, tomatoes and prawns!
Stephanie’s Favourite ($16.80+) is one of the signatures here and worth trying if you like roasted chicken, sweet caramelised onions and tangy wholegrain mustard~
One thing I notice about the crêpes is that they are spread too thinly, hence causing lots of unsightly “porkmarks”, haha. Sometimes, being too thin is not ideal (for crêpes and ladies)!
Ok, who likes salted caramel? If you do, it’s a must (I repeat, a MUST) to try Geraldine’s Favourite ($14.90+), a sweet crêpe filled with bits of cooked apple, homemade salted butter caramel and a scoop of chocolate ice cream (vanilla by default). Seriously, the salted caramel is incredible, you must try it to believe! Just for this, I will return.