La Creperie

14 Katipunan Ave., White Plains, Quezon City, Metro Manila

La Creperie
4.5
4.5 Stars

4 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 4 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
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Category:
Dessert

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Menus:
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Manila E.
4.0 Stars
2

04 April 2018
Wednesday, 4:15PM

Ordered:
Faites La Vous-Meme (DIY Crepe: Mango, Nutella, Sliced Almonds, Whipped Cream) P250 (95+65+25+65)
Angelina’s Express P235 (Espresso shot + hot chocolate)

Experience: After visiting three branches in Metro Manila, I have to say this is my favorite! Feels like home and impressed with how fast they served my food. Perhaps it’s also because I ate at an unusual time? Regardless, yes, this is my favorite. Cafe can accommodate 150 guests and parking space of 20 isn’t so bad. Also a big plus is that they keep their toilet spotless and clean.

Food:
Sudden craving for chocolate and voila! I have been served exactly what I wanted. Quality is top notch and felt like I can give their crepe another go. Last time I ate at a branch at Shangri-La, I tried their Tuna savoury crepe and it’s also a delightful dish to try.

Thank you, Universe!! I am exactly where I want to be. :)

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Abe C.
5.0 Stars
7

Nested somewhere between White Plains Ave and the gates of White Plains Village, along Katipunan Ave extension is a fairly new La Creperie, probably the biggest branch of this resto I've seen. From small and cozy branches in New Manila, Galleria, and San Juan, to medium sized like Burgos Circle and the bigger ones like Salcedo Village and now this humongous branch, it's nice to see fantastic progression for this Cafe. I guess this branch makes it a full blown restaurant (🤣 as if it wasn't before), with a huge ground level which includes a private room, garden seating at the rear, and an equally spacious 2nd level with nice lighting fixtures.

This is more brightly lit than the usual La Creperie's, with use of both natural and artificial light sources brightening up the sunny disposition of this place. I like the new approach, though long term fans might find this place different in personality than the earlier branches. I'd call it a progression, and the location makes it attractive to the nearby residents (White Plains, Blue Ridge, St. Ignatius, Corinthians, Green Meadows to name a few).

La Creperie Ratings, at a Glance:
> Food (well, dessert) : 127775127775127775127775127775
> Service                   : 12777512777512777512777511088
> Ambience              : 12777512777512777512777511088
> Value for Money     : 127775127775127775127775
> Price: $$$ 1/2 moderately priced
OVERALL                    : 127775127775127775127775127775
We ordered coffee and crepes for dessert but La Creperie offers an extensive menu which includes savory crepes, but also sandwiches, hot meals, salad, soup and pasta, plus a decent line up of cold and hot drinks (also try their TWG Tea pots). Service impeccable consistent with all of the aforementioned branches I've been. While its main competition holds a strong place in my heart, La Creperie has quickly raised to equal footing in my opinion and this may have forged it on a slight edge.

In my pics,
Coco Crepe-aroon (very good but I'd ask to make the Dulce de Leche syrup to caramel instead)
Their take on creme brulee aptly called Crepe Brulee
Americano

Must order:
Butter and Sugar
Salidou (salted caramel)
Burger crepe or sandwich
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> Worth a try - Yes
> Worth a return - Absolutely though they're well spread in MM already

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Cherie M.
5.0 Stars

The family celebrated my Daddy's birthday with mass at Christ the King Greenmeadows then breakfast at La Creperie. This time I had their Shrimp Remoulade sandwich, which was soooo delish.
It's not your ordinary cheapo breakfast place. For that, go to Mcdo. But if you're looking for a quiet, elegant resto where the quality of the food is worth what you're paying, La Creperie is the place to be.

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Toy G.
4.0 Stars

it is pricey and the crepes are small . if they weredouble the size they,d be perfect
be sure to try tgeir savory crepes
thise were really good! bitin nga lang
the dessert crepes were just as goodwill be back 1108811088110881108811088

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