Crepes are thin pancakes typically made of wheat flour.
There are many variations, and whether you prefer your crepes savory or sweet, visit one of these restaurants where you'll enjoy a meal to remember:
Called a cubby-hole creperie by 10Best, Whisk brings authentic French crepes to Dallas. The restaurant is known for both its sweet and savory varieties and boasts a four-star rating on Yelp for its fast service and casual atmosphere. The crepes are about the size of an entree, and the chefs suggest the savory ones are best enjoyed with cheese. Choices include PB & Nutella, Fair Day, and Monte Cristo. All pair well with the homemade caramel lattes.
Established in 1982, Cafe de France is one of Dallas' most popular French-American restaurants. The eatery is a family affair, and the Gilani's take pride in offering from-scratch meals made from quality ingredients. Guests receive friendly service, and the homey atmosphere features picture windows and several televisions. Crepes include blueberry, shrimp, and beef, and can be enjoyed with a side of hash browns.
T-Swirl boasts that it's the only destination to satisfy your crepe craving. The restaurant's story began on the shores of Japan. The Japanese crepes borrow from the Western concept, and can easily be enjoyed on the go. They're made with rice flour, and are filled with fresh, colorful ingredients. Each bite bursts with flavor, and the restaurant offers a memorable journey of the senses. Choices include Angus short ribs, Okinawa hot dogs, and blueberry NY cheesecake. The menu also features refreshing teas such as Sunset Green and Strawberry Cucumber.
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