We had crepes : Mona Lisa, Mediterian and Grape escape drink. It all was good. Seats outside are in a nice pedestrian zone. We were sitting inside, it was little bit cold and louder music.
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Poor menu, food is pricey and tasteless so disappointing... as a Londoner and have been to this place many times, like many others have mentioned it is a tourist's trap and I rather look for another place to spend my money when I am in...More
Completely taken by surprise with these crepes! Bursting of flavour, fluff and delight. We will go back this week just to experience this pleassure again. They were that good!
The food itself was quite nice, but when we were ready to order, we found the restaurant empty in terms of staff. They soon came back, but I found it really quite unusual.
We had a voucher for 2 savoury crepes and a glass of wine each. The fillings sounded very nice and there seemed to be a good choice. The staff were charming and the place was very busy. When the crepes arrived they looked quite impressive...More
Nice food, nice ambience but very crowded. The crepes a bit distinctive from other crepes, you might not find the same filling in other places.
Kensington Creperie is located in a cute pedestrian square behind South Kensington tube station. My family of 4 with kids ages 14 and 11 enjoyed our breakfast here. I had the lemon crepe; there wasn't much to it and I wish I'd ordered something else....More
We have been there for lunch... we were inside because of the cold. Place is very noisy and in addition the barrister tends to hit the coffee container very heavily which is quite annoying! Crêpes were a bit dry and empty for my taste. I...More