Very nice little cafe - easily missed as their sign is very discreet. I had a lemon crepe with coffee and it was as good as anywhere. Worth stopping by if you are in the area.
Super good creps with all kinds of stuffing from sweet to savory and salty and crunchy, just yum. Good value for the money as well, one crep (depends on what's inside of it) is apprx. from 60-80 nok! Ridiculously good price for a sufficient size yummy crep right downtown Oslo.
Crêperie de Mari is fine as long as you order a sweet crêpe. They are fine (although quite expensive I would say). When it comes to salty crêpes (that are actually called "galettes" in France), it is another story! Salty crêpes should not be made with the same preparation as the sweet crêpes!! Salty crêpes should not have sugar in... More
Not that cheap for crepes- but then again, it's Norway... We had their "specialty"- the Fjellet (?) crepes which had cheese, cranberries, spinach, walnuts, cherry tomatoes and honey. Sounded a bit weird but tasted amazing! The place is quite small, very cosy, but it wasn't too busy when we went. Wished we could have tried the sweet crepes too... they... More
My oh my, this place is a find. Crêperie de Marie is tiny and easy to walk past - but don't. The food is amazing. The prices aren't bad, and it's very filling. Savoury crêpes are around 70-90 kr, depending on how much you want in it, and dessert crêpes are around 40-50 kr, if memory serves correctly. If you're... More
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