La Creperie Bretonne 4.0 rating based on 1 rating1 Review 0 Visitor Photos + 296 Bouevard Zerktouni, Casablanca, Morocco 212 52 220 3875 http://www.lacreperiebretonne.ma/ email@example.com La Creperie Bretonne Cuisine: French Good for: Dinner Price:
This cute creperie is located in a busy area close to a few prominent hotels just outside of downtown Casablanca....
This cute creperie is located in a busy area close to a few prominent hotels just outside of downtown Casablanca. The theme is that of a French seaside town, and the outside and inside are both cleverly decorated with fishing nets, shells, photos of boats, and other cute trinkets. The plush couches full of colorful pillows looked cozy from the street and invite one to come in for a quick bite.
Lured by the looks and wanting something light, we quickly glanced through the menu which includes both savory and sweet crepes, French specialties, and an assortment of non-alcoholic fruit cocktails. In the back there is an open area where the crepes are made and you can see all the toppings lined up. The intoxicating smell coming from the back forced us to try the crepes.
We ordered one crepe with bananas and dark chocolate, another with Nutella and creme fraiche, as well as a tropical cocktail and an Orangina. The banana crepe was chewy, covered with big slices of banana, and drizzled with a hefty amount of creamy dark chocolate. The Nutella crepe came in the shape of a heart, with one side covered in a vanilla sauce and the other with a Nutella-flavored creme fraiche. It’s hard to say which one was best, as they were both delicious. Go for the dark chocolate and bananas if you want something rich and divine, or get Nutella with creme fraiche if you want something a bit lighter and airy.
As it so happens, I was just in Paris the week prior and ate several crepes while there. The crepes at Le Creperie Bretonne were much better in flavor and texture — the perfect balance of gooey and chewy.
And as for the drinks, the tropical cocktail came loaded with chunks of pineapple, raspberries and guava mixed in. It was frothy, sweet, and super refreshing. It also came with some additional sugar on the side, but I’m not sure why anybody would want it even sweeter than it already was.
Service was extremely polite and courteous — the chef and owner walked us through the menu and chatted with us for awhile. After telling him what I thought of the crepes, he proudly said that he came from the area in France most famous for them, Brittany.
This is a great place to relax and dive into some delicious crepes that would satisfy the hunger of anybody from France.
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