We were looking for a place to warm ourselves up after a free tram ride back to the CBD area from watching the fireworks display at Docklands Waterfront. We stumbled across this cozy place which was still opened while looking for a cafe, and the French crepes called out to us!
This quaint little cafe is located in a small alley at the end of Port Phillip Arcade and has 3, 4 small tables inside with another couple outside. Google describes it as a Busy, cosy French creperie with a warm vibe, offering sweet and savoury options, cider and wine. And Google is right! The service is warm and people are friendly!
As we were discussing which crepes to order, we saw a spectacular flaming crepe display at the other table (the table was flaming too!). That got us interested in trying out the Oh famous Suzette (A$15), a French crepe with homemade orange-lemon butter flambéed with Grand Marnier. It was a spectacular display of flames and crepe! It was orangey sweet and alcoholic, and was simply delicious!
We also tried the Hot Chocolate (A$4) and Flat White (A$3.50). This was chocolate with milk, without any added sugar, and it was oh-so-good!
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