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“Saturday Afternoon”
Review of Cream & Crepe Cafe

Cream & Crepe Cafe
Ranked #9 of 57 Restaurants in Cedarburg
Description: When you visit the historic Cedar Creek Settlement, take a break and have a quaint meal at Cream & Crepe Cafe! We also offer gift certificates!
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Description: When you visit the historic Cedar Creek Settlement, take a break and have a quaint meal at Cream & Crepe Cafe! We also offer gift certificates!
Reviewed 19 August 2018

Stopped by later Saturday afternoon. 2 had coffee, 1 Hot Green Tea, and the fourth had an iced tea. All very good. Server was gracious and kind! Would loved to had dessert, but really full. The Menu looked so good, next trip to Cedarburg, we will stop at Cream & Crepe Cafe first!!!

Thank Jeff M
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Reviewed 25 July 2018

Crepe’s and soup are delicious. The atmosphere is rustic and pioneer-like. The restaurant is way in the back of The Settlement so keep going until you reach it. This spot is perfect for a ladies lunch, if you gentlemen are looking for a heartier meal this isn’t your stop.

Thank Wycklendt
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Reviewed 17 July 2018

Excellent service. The crepes are outstanding and the cream of broccoli soup to die for. Then there is a crepe dessert that is marvelous as well. This is a great place, for sure.

Thank Mm M
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Reviewed 13 July 2018

The mere mention of creperies or tea rooms makes me groan. When people utter those words, I always picture dainty portions of overpriced and underwhelming food, and frail types who ‘eat like a bird.’ Actually, Cream & Crepe exceeded my expectations.

On the charm scale, this cozy place rates a perfect ten. It’s in a rustic and lovingly preserved 19th century building overlooking Cedar Creek. Natural wood, multi-pane windows, period furniture, and folk art add to the authenticity. On this hot, humid day, we were grateful for their 21st century air conditioning.

I lunched there with a group (no, no, it wasn’t me who picked this place). The café served us a special group menu which included a dainty little salad with hot bacon dressing, choice of one entrée crepe, choice of one dessert crepe, and a (non-alcoholic) beverage. The salad was small, yes, but the house-made dressing scored points. My entrée was “Creek’s Specialty,” a ham & cheese crepe. Cloaked in a Velveeta-like sauce, it was cheddary overload. My Missus ordered the “Dusty Miller,” which was filled with turkey, mushrooms, broccoli and onions (but thankfully not dust). Not a fan of gloppy cheese, she was wise to say, “No cheese, pulleeze.” Otherwise, the crepes were very good.

But the unctuous dessert crepes were the stars of the show. The dessert menu offers several varieties which feature vanilla frozen custard or various flavors of ice cream wrapped in crepes with different toppings and whipped cream added.

The café’s wines come from the Cedar Creek Winery, located in the same building. Our servers were friendly and attentive. And check out the cute little kitchen! The menu prices are surprisingly reasonable. One entrée crepe may be enough to satisfy a light eater, but unless you order additional items or you actually want to be hungry 30 minutes later, I suggest ordering two crepes (you can mix or match). Oh, what the heck, order one entrée and then have two dessert crepes!

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Thank FoodFight101
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

I ordered the ham and swiss with asparagus crepe. It was tasty. The dessert crepes with ice cream and fudge, whip cream. nuts and a cherry were awesome. The ice cream is good quality and the price is reasonable. Approximately $5 for a crepe and generous fillings. I passed this place up many times NOT realizing what a hidden gem it was.

Thank Amy_and_3_Cockers
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