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Le Creperie de Hampstead
Takeout Restaurant
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77 Hampstead High St London NW3 1RE United Kingdom
77 Hampstead High StreetGBLondonNW3 1RE
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Bustling, small window-serve fixture doling out a variety of sweet and savoury crêpes.- Google
"I had the chocolate and banana crepe."
"The crepe is flavourful and savoury."
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Lee Carter
4 months ago
The best crepes I've tasted in a long time, had the Spinach, Garlic, Ham & Cheese, Banana & Butterscotch also Banana Carribean Surprise. .. All amazing. Waited in line for about 30mins... but worth all the wait. It HAS to be good, if there is always a queue.
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Ben Ross
8 months ago
This stall serves tasty savoury and sweet crepes to a queue of people every afternoon/evening. It has become something of an institution, and you'll be amazed at the deftness with which the chefs whip up a pancake before folding it into a clever tear-to-eat cone. My favourites are spinach, cheese and garlicky mushrooms in a buckwheat galette, plus anything with the delicious belgian chocolate, melted in front of you.
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Cameron McGarva
a year ago
Delicious buttery and crisp crepes with a wide range of fillings. My personal fav - ratatouille with ham and cheese and a little extra black pepper for some heat. Oh yes, Le Creperie wins every time.
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Tom Cannuscio
2 months ago
Amazing, worth the long wait.
Haya Baig
5 months ago
The banana and belgian chocolate crepe is delicious but the most extra ordinary crepe they make is the Egg and Cheese (savoury) Crepe! an absolute must!! :)
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Karmen Chiu
11 months ago
This crepe place has been around for 40 years (?) so I had to go and see what all the fuss was about. I went for a ham, spinach and cheese crepe for lunch (£5.15) and was happily full by the end. It was tasty; although not out of this world. I would put it slightly above other pancake houses. I do want to go back and try a sweet one next time; the people in front of me got a chocolate, banana and nut one which looked fab! Do go and try these if you are in the area, but do also expect to queue for a while (we waited 40 mins or so!).
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Mita Padhi
2 years ago
If you're looking for an authentic crepe with real French attitude this is the place. You can't come to Hampstead and not make a stop at this little stand for the most authentic crepe this side of England. The queue can be really, really long on a weekend but trust me its worth the wait. I tend to prefer the savoury crepes, especially the one with mushrooms and spinach. But the triple milk chocolate is to die for!
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Grant Kemp
2 years ago
The Creperie in Hampstead is known for 2 things: delicious crepes and always having a line outside. Really lovely selection of food and always good. There are lots of places to sit down nearby to enjoy it.