I LOVE crepes, so when I saw this creperie in a tour book I knew I had to go. It is just a small street vendor in an adorable section of London, but it draws a huge crowd. I went 3 times throughout my weeklong stay, and each time there was a good sized line outside. Trust me though - the crepes are well worth the trip on the tube and the line. Luckily, the line goes fairly quickly.
There is a long list of both savory and sweet crepes. The prices are pretty decent for London. Most crepes cost between 3 and 5 Pounds, and buy you a very filling crepe. A staple in the sweet crepes is chocolate of course, your choice of white, milk, or dark, or even nutella. Then you can add items such as raisins, bananas, and even rum or other flavors. Savory crepes are filled with your choice of tasty treats such as cheese, mushrooms, spinach, and ham.
Once you score your crepe, there are plenty of places to sit down and munch away while enjoying the cute little area of Hampstead. There are shops all along the street to stroll through and the subway stop is just about a hundred meters away!
Favorite Dish: Belgian chocolate crepe with rum and raisins - an amazing combination!
Ham, cheese, mushroom and spinach-if you don't have a sweet tooth!
There are long queues for this place, but its defintely worth it. Theres no where to sit down and eat it, so you can get it in a takeaway container, but I think it's best enjoyed as soon as it's been made. Theres some steps on the pavement next to this place, and we usually just sit there and people watch while stuffing our faces.
Favorite Dish: Got a gorgeous selection of savoury and sweet fillings. The garlic cheese ones are good, and banana maple cream dream is absolutely gorgeous. The difficult thing is deciding which filling to have.
Near the Hampstead tube stop, there's a small crepe stand that has been doing business since 1980. There was a pretty good line formed but it was worth the wait, one of the best, if not the best crepe, I've ever had. And believe me, I have eaten more than my share of crepes!!!!
Crepes range in price from L2-L4
It's a perfect snack to grab before or after the Hampstead Pub Walk offered by Original London Walks.
Favorite Dish: I went for a sweet crepe, banana with white chocolate that was quite good with plenty of filling but the real prize was the savoury crepe, a mushroom garlic cheese ham crepe that my husband ordered. It's good that he always shares with me :-)
The savoury crepes take a little longer to make, well worth the wait!
Just like the rest of crepes lover, definitely love this little crepe stand. The excitment waiting for about 10-20 minute in the weekend, just make you wanting so badly to get your heavenly taste crepe!
Favorite Dish: Oooh one of my favorites is the Belgium chocolate with hazelnuts
The best Crep you can have in London and probably in England !
This Little Creperie is very famous, they make an awesome excellent (come see the daily line of waiting people).
They close at 23:00 pm (im not sure but i think they start at noon time or 11:00 am),
However dont wait to the last min' before closing as most nights there's a long que and they wont work till late time.
if i could only have one now...hmmm
More about Hampstead in my Hampstead page.
Favorite Dish: Mine ??? oh Crep with Belgian dark chocolate and Banana... oooochhhhhhhh
It is a little booth in Hampstead, but it makes the best crepes around. There is always a line-up but it is totally worth the wait. You can get dessert crepes or meal ones.
Favorite Dish: Try the banana and maple one...it is killer, or if you want more of a dinner crepe the ham and cheese one is great.