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Take your tastebuds on a trip to the Northwest coast of France when you visit this charming little restaurant on Lockhart Road. Yes, there is crepes – and they are delicious – but that is not all you will find over at La Creperie in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay area. Indulge in some galettes, cakes and even oysters and mussels imported from Brittany, all washed down with some authentic French apple cider.
This is the first time for me to try La Creperie, the food was nice and the environment is gd, it was quiet as it's during tea time which is good for us to chit chat there.
Delicious french crepes which are always thin and just slightly crispy on the outside. The savory galettes hit the spot when you're hungry and the sweet crepes are great as a dessert. Service is always prompt and friendly.
Staff was very friendly and food was ok. They were true to their word, what I ate was gluten free. Tha crepe looked great and apparently tasted really good too. The galette was dry, so was the ham on it. The mussels were nice, but the flavour of the sauce quite bland with huge bits of onion floating in it. The potato wedges were good though. A little pricey for what it is... especially the cheap cider.
Bringing the culture and flavours of France’s Brittany region to Causeway Bay, step inside La Creperie to escape the bustle of Hong Kong’s Lockhart Road and feast on some delectable French cuisine. Decorated in a nautical style with wooden beams and blue and white stripes galore, at trip to La Creperie is the closest thing you can get to sailing along the Brittany coastline in Hong Kong.
Sweet tooths will love the crepes smothered in a range of delicious toppings like butter and sugar, honey and lemon juice, and stewed apple and caramel. If you are looking for something savory though, go for a gallette, a cousin of the crepe stuffed with savoury fillings. We recommend the la corsaire galette with smoked salmon, egg, lemon juice dill and cream, or the marco polo galette with chicken masala, emmental cheese, bell peppers and salad. Be sure to try some of La Creperie’s mussels and oysters imported from France, as well as their apple cider. Book a table at this popular Causeway Bay spot in advance to avoid disappointment!