Satisfying at best.
These are not the crepes of the eponymous city. They're tasty, creative, and cleverly named, but probably not what you're expecting. The crepes are thick and unapologetic, stuffed to the fringe with apricot turkey, butter sugar, chicken parmesan, and so on. Oh, you might like it, but this is no Parisian pearl. And because the crepes add so little, it comes down to just which wrap you order. Is the combination right? Will the ingredients be fresh? Is the older gentleman preparing it? Too much risk, too little payoff.
Try Paris Creperie, but don't recommend it to strangers.
tl;dr - As Confucius sagely pronounced in his Analects, "you can't polish a turd."
Being a huge fan of sweet crepes, I was very disappointed with Creperie Paris. It has such good reputation, but only people who never tried real crepes can think these are good... I felt like I was eating rubber. Not the creperie for me!
The service was good, although they forgot my drink.
very good chai latte.
I tried it and I liked it. The crepes are yummy. I even tried the steak and cheese crepe and that was exceptionally good. The brown sugar and butter was so cheap and very filling. Highly recommended!
Cramped Coolidge Corner cafe serves up a dizzying array of crepes and smoothies to a mixed clientele.. In Short Crepe lovers enjoy a sweet (or savory) taste of France by filling their made-to-order crepes with a wide range of ingredients, from fresh fruit and dulce de leche to Gruyere and sun-dried tomato. Specialty varieties include the apricot turkey (apricot marmalade, turkey and grilled veggies) and Tuscan (fresh basil, goat cheese, chicken and veggies). Fresh smoothies (the "Jimmy Carter" combines peanut butter, banana and non-fat frozen yogurt), soups and coffee drinks round out the offerings.
Not bad, but not so authentic.
I tried the simple Nutella crepe. It wasn't too bad - Nutella makes everything good, but the crepe was pretty thick and a bit tough, I had to keep chewing for a while there. Still, I'm glad there's a place in Coolidge Corner to pop in for a late snack besides Starbucks and Pete's Coffee.
different twist on fast food.
Either for a snack, breakfast, lunch, dessert, or just something sweet, the Paris creperie will fit the bill. Lots of variety or design your own crepe. Have tried several - all delicious, extremely filling and well-priced. Well worth checking out when you need something quick and yummy, and HEALTHY.