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What Crepe?

241 E. Liberty St. (S. 4th Ave.) Send to Phone
734-369-3207 | Menu
Tempting sweet and savory crêpes at this European-style restaurant in downtown Ann Arbor.

Breakfast Sat.-Sun., Lunch daily, Dinner Mon.-Sat.
Open late Thurs.-Sat.

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What Crepe? Restaurant Review

: Choose from among more than 50 crêpe fillings, both sweet and savory, including the signature rib-eye truffle with spinach, wild mushrooms and Swiss, and the Nutty Monkey, which melds fresh bananas, warm Nutella, vanilla ice cream, candied pecans, powdered sugar and whipped cream. Or, you can build your own crêpe, picking from meats, cheeses, seafood, eggs, vegetables and accompanying sauces, such as classic hollandaise or orange jalapeño. The place is vegan-friendly, too, and offers gluten-free items. A soup du jour and salads round out the menu. The latter includes the chèvre and apple with house-marinated chicken, dried cherries, red onions, raw pecans and warm goat cheese in a raspberry vinaigrette. Pair any of the sweet crêpes with the restaurant's own organic fair trade French press coffee, or sip one of the signature martinis while you enjoy a savory crêpe. We like the Blue Pom, with blueberry vodka, pomegranate liquor and cranberry juice. Handcrafted microbrews and a good selection of inexpensive wines are also available.


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