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  • by drinckes Written May 14, 2005

    This restaurant serves both savoury and sweet crêpes, so you can go here for a meal, not just for dessert.

    The savoury crêpes are made with buckwheat and range from just plain with butter, to the complex with egg, ham, cheese, tomato, mushroom to the unusual with black pudding and onion.

    They are also the only outlet in Australia for a French cider, Kerisac (www.kerisac.com). You need to have this with your crêpes - other ciders, watery yellow things are just very sad imitations of this rich golden colour. It tastes like autumn!

    Favorite Dish: Crêpes - it's what they do.

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Williamstown Nightlife

  • by JessicaJV Written Jan 4, 2010

    For something completely different join a Williamstown ghost tour or haunted pub crawl. It's a fun way to learn about Williamstown, historic buildings, local stories and of course ghosts. The ghost tour I went on was a small group of three (Lantern Tours runs even with small numbers) and we had a great off the beaten track tour of Williamstown with an imprompt pub stop in between. Even the rain didn't ruin our night! I have been on a few since and Jacqui is even looking into the cause of my haunted house.

    Dress Code: Casual, comfortable clothes and footwear. Rug up, it gets cold by the bay.

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