Michael’s phone screen cracked so we were off to AT&T to request a replacement phone. Fortunately, we had insurance on his phone so it was a fairly straight forward process to get a replacement. While Michael was finalizing the transaction, I started wandering down the strip mall and stumbled across the Key Plaza Creperie. The smells emanating from this restaurant were wonderful ~ a sweet vanilla scent of classic crepes. I was enrolled!
We stopped in for lunch and had a delightful meal. The menu is fairly extensive. They make Galettes (savoury buckwheat crepes) with all kinds of yummy fillings as well as sweet crepes that are essentially fruity, sweet dessert crepes and very decadent sounding. In addition to crepes, they also sell wraps, Panini’s and salads. Everything that came out of the kitchen looked wonderful.
Michael and I have very fond memories of eating buckwheat crepes with our friend Cathy. Her mom made delicious buckwheat crepes with a fabulous liver pate filling. (And I don’t even like liver!). We both decided we had to try the Galettes. Michael had an “Alaskan” which had smoked salmon, Brie & chives and I had a goat cheese, spinach, tomato and mushroom crepe. They were completely delicious and we decided we needed to visit again to try the sweet crepes.
This morning, we visited again and Michael had the Tropical crepe – a sweet crepe filled with pineapple, raisins and coconut. I planned on getting their customer favorite sweet crepe the “Dulce De Leche” which has a coconut and banana filling. And if that isn’t decadent enough, you can also add a scoop of vanilla gelato. However, it was too early for all that sugar and I opted for another buckwheat crepe with eggs, Swiss cheese and sausage. Once again the crepes were good but I preferred my cheese and veggie crepe from the other day. I still need to go back and have the Dulce De Leche crepe when my sweet tooth is ready to be satisfied. YUM!