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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Cecel Crepe Cafe

135 First Ave. (Ninth St.) Send to Phone
212-460-5102
French-Japanese fusion crêpes fare well in the East Village.

Cuisine
Open
Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late
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  • Dress code: Casual
  • No Credit Cards

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Cecel Crepe Cafe Restaurant Review

: The tiny space turns out French-style crêpes prepared with painstaking Japanese touches by chef Kaz Yokoi. The crêpes are rolled into a cone and wrapped in paper, which makes them easy to consume on the go. There are two varieties: sweet and savory. The sweet list is more extensive, and includes straight French iterations like chocolate and banana with banana chips and sliced almonds. Things get more adventurous, though, with the red bean and cinnamon crêpe. There are fewer selections on the savory side---mostly notable for the Asian hijiki salad crêpe and the potato salad-prosciutto crêpe.
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