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Fabulous wafer thin French crepes, available in sweet or savoury options (known as Galettes in France). With a delicious range of fillings, sauces and toppings, including everyone’s favourite Nutella.
Cooked in front of your guests, this is an act of theater, not just a snack. The crepe chef twirls the mixture on the hot plate, cooking it to perfection. Then adding the fillings, and various sauces and toppings, folding it into a triangle, and presenting it to your guest, the French claim that a perfect crepe should be thin enough to read a love letter through it.
A perfect dessert option for weddings, parties and corporate events, sweet crepes can come with;
If you have a favourite topping you would like, let us know and we can source it for you.
Our high speed crepe irons can supply a steady stream of delicious desserts for your guests.
Crepes are also available as a savoury option. Ideal as more of a meal rather than a dessert with;
Made using a less sweet mix, but with all the theater and entertainment value of our dessert crepes, these make an alternative option to baked potatoes or frankfurters.
Nutella, is one of our most popular toppings. Perfect for crepes, doughnuts, waffles and churros.
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In France crepes are traditionally served on 2nd February. Originally Virgin Mary’s Blessing day. Now called the day of the crepes or Le Jour Des Crepes. Legend has it that if you toss a crepe from a pan. With your right hand, catching it whilst holding a coin in your left, you would become rich that year.
Hire Crepe Carts Throughout The U.K. Including London, Scotland, Lancashire, Yorkshire, The North East and The Midlands. These are simply perfect for weddings, parties, corporate functions, military events, company fun days and exhibitions.
Crepes Fun Facts.
Crepes were originally made of buckwheat flour and eaten as bread, sometime after buckwheats introduction into Europe in the 1100’s.
It is recommended to add hard liquor to the crepe mixture, not only for its flavour, but to break down any hard lumps.
Jour Des Crepes is national pancake day in France.
Lambig, an apple brandy distilled from cider in Brittany is sometimes added to the crepe batter.
In the middle ages, wine mixed with water was used in the batter mix, rather than milk.
Blinis, are the Russian-Ukrainian version of crepes, small and leavened they are reputed to be excellent with caviar.
Lemon or orange zest is often grated into crepe batter to add a touch of sweetness.
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