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Mother's Crepe

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by Jonathan Phoon (subscribe)
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Published March 15th 2016
As its name suggests, Mother's Crepe at Central Market serves a good range of crepes filled with a variety of fillings. Most of the crepes are filled with sweet fillings making them more suited for eating as a snack or dessert though they also have a few savoury crepes that can be eaten as a light meal. Most of the crepes can either be served on a plate or in a paper cone (allowing them to be eaten on the go).

One of the few crepes that is only served on a plate, their Cookies and Cream Crepe features a fairly rich topping of Cookies and Cream ice cream, whipped cream, Oreo cookies, whipped cream and chocolate sauce. The crepe was of the right thickness complemented well by the Cookies and Cream ice cream and chocolate sauce with the Oreo cookies adding a bit of crunch.

Mother's Crepe, Cookies and Cream Crepe, Adelaide
Cookies and Cream Crepe (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Their Banana Brownie Soft Ice Cream Crepe is notable for including a slice of chocolate brownie as part of the filling, which added a delectable chocolate taste and a bit of extra texture. It also included a scoop of vanilla ice cream which helped to balance out the rich taste of the brownie.

Mother's Crepe, Banana Brownie Soft Ice Cream Crepe, Adelaide
Banana Brownie Soft Ice Cream Crepe (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


For something a bit less rich in taste, there is the Green Tea Azuki Crepe. Azuki is another name for red bean, an ingredient that is commonly used in Asian desserts. The Green Tea ice cream was a good partner to the azuki bean paste with the whipped cream rounding things out.

Mother's Crepe, Green Tea Azuki Crepe, Adelaide
Green Tea Azuki Crepe (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


The café had a colourful casual decor with a decent amount of seating space available. Off-street parking is conveniently located in the nearby undercover carpark across the street from the café.

Mother's Crepe, Adelaide
(Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Mother's Crepe, Adelaide
(Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
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Why? To enjoy cheap and delicious crepes.
When: 11am-11pm
Phone: 0433 932 662
Where: 69 Grote Street, Adelaide, SA
Cost: About $6 per crepe
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