Cuisine: Crepes, Breakfast, Cafe, Dessert, Asian
Location: Victoria Park, Albany Highway
I had discovered Maple Crepes Cafe whilst I was killing time waiting for my takeaway order at Red Basil Thai to be completed so I headed there today for a late breakfast. They only open from 10am but they have a range of sweet and savoury crepes that come in hot or cold varieties. They also have other menu items for a difference. Some items have an Asian influence such as the range of bubble teas available.
Maple Crepes Food Review Summary
Verdict: I walked in and a look at the menu before settling on the Nutella Supreme $7.80 – Nutella, banana, strawberry, roasted almonds, oreos, peanut butter. After a reasonable wait the crepe was served. It looked really delicious! The crepe is quite a large size and well packed full of ingredients. The crepe itself is a little overdone, slightly crunchy, firm, leathery in some spots, and yet for the most part, it’s reasonably soft. I would have preferred my crepe to be cooked a little less. Having said that, each mouthful was delicious. The crepe’s filling contains lots of thinly sliced banana and strawberry pieces that are lovely and soft and warmed through. There’s a nice mix of nutella, adding just that touch of chocolate and sweetness, a bit more chocolate intensity from the crushed oreos, a bit of crunch from the flaked almonds, and a bit of gooeyness from the peanut butter. It’s a feel good dessert, big on the yum factor, big on comfort food. You leave with a smile and a full stomach.
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