The Little Crepe Lounge

Redcliffe

The Little Crepe Lounge is a hidden gem of a creperie found in Redcliffe's retro Jetty Arcade.

Every imaginable flavor of French style sweet and savoury crepes are available either dine-in or take-away at this cute arcade eatery.

The Little Crepe Lounge Redcliffe

Some of the popular savory crepes at The Little Crepe Lounge include The Parisian (garlic mushrooms, smoked ham, wilted spinach in blue cheese sauce), Flavors of France (grilled pear, camembert, smoked ham drizzled in thyme and olive oil) or Chicken Florentine (chicken in three cheese cream sauce).

The Little Crepe Lounge Redcliffe

For something sweet, try a classic crepe suzette, the strawberry cheesecake crepe or Le creme caramel brulee for two. These could be washed down with a selection of French  espresso coffee, milkshakes, loose leaf teas or juices.

The Little Crepe Lounge Redcliffe

In a nutshell - Classic French crepes to suit any occasion.

Nice to know - There is car parking available behind Jetty Arcade along Sutton St.

By Lucy Hordern

Jetty Arcade

139 Redcliffe Pde

Redcliffe

Opening hours

0402551745

Map

139 Redcliffe Pde Redcliffe

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