Crepe Kamon

West End

Crepe Kamon is a cute little Japanese eatery in West End serving delicious Japanese-style crepes with sweet and savoury fillings.  

Crepe Kamon West End

A popular street food found throughout Japan, Japanese sweet crepes are rolled up to resemble a cone and filled with fresh fruit, whipped cream, custard cream and ice-cream. Scrumptious crepes include Berry (blueberries and raspberries with vanilla ice-cream), Chocolate Banana (bananas, Toblerone chocolate and chocolate ice-cream) and Matcha with red bean paste, shiratama dangos and matcha ice-cream.

Crepe Kamon West End

Savoury crepes, made with 100% buckwheat, are served on plates with traditional crepe toppings such as ham and egg, mixed mushrooms, and colourful veggies. Alternativelythere are Japanese-flavoured toppings: miso chicken, shabu-shabu pork and wagyu beef.

Crepe Kamon West End

In addition, there are plain crepes with simple fillings like lemon cream cheese, salted caramel sauce or vegemite and cheese. 

Crepe Kamon West End

Drink wise, there's locally roasted Wolff coffee, matcha lattes, Japanese green tea and Arakai Estate tea from the Sunshine Coast. 

Nice to know - Vegan and gluten-free crepes are available, as well as dairy-free and gluten-free ice-cream.  

By Deb Lidster 

Crepe Kamon

Shop 1, 60 Vulture St

West End 

Opening hours 

3846 5443

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