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Japanese Crepe Cafes in Adelaide

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by Alicia Quinn (subscribe)
Freelance writer living in Adelaide, Australia.
Published March 19th 2012
Lately, some cute Japanese style crepe cafes have been popping up around the city. These aren't your traditional lemon and sugar crepes either. At Mother's Crepe on Grote Street (China Town) and Crepe's Story in Rundle Mall, you can expect to find a whole range of crepes designed to meet every taste. Don't be put off by the plastic food models, this is a very Japanese way to display the items on a menu.

Chocalmond
Choc almond and banana crepe from Mother's Crepe
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Your sweet crepes come filled with basics such as cream, fruit, ice cream, chocolate and Nutella. Plus there are other sweet treats such as the caramel cheesecake and choco brownie crepes at Mother's Crepe or the tiramisu deluxe from Crepe's Story.

The crepes don't stop there. Mother's Crepe offers a large range of Deli Crepes. These savoury crepes range from ham and cheese to sausage pizza and BBQ meat lovers. Crepe's Story offers a range of savoury crepes too including teriyaki chicken and seafood mix. My personal favourite is the Mother's Crepe Hawaiian.

The crepes come wrapped in a cone shaped wrapper which you simply peel off as you eat. This makes them extremely portable and also helps to curb the mess factor. Mother's Crepe offers lots of seating and it shares its cafe space with Chatime, a Taiwanese ice tea franchise. As the Crepe's Story store is small there is limited seating, however the space is very pink and very cute.

All this and more for under $10, why wouldn't you give it a go?
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Why? For a different take on the crepe
When: 10 am to 10 pm 7 days a week
Where: Grote Street (outside the Central Market) and Rundle Mall opposite the Myer Centre.
Cost: Under $15
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