When in an unfamiliar area, I always look for a restaurant that draws a large crowd. I visited Bethlehem on Tuesday December 26. 2017. Around lunch time 12:30 pm while walking along Main street, I noticed the Cachette. Reading the menu posted on the window outside, I decided to give it a try. It is located in a older building with hardwood floors that show it's age, interesting molding, French paintings & sayings on the wall, soft but distinctive colors and wooden tables and chairs. The atmosphere was warm, as was the temperature in the restaurant on this very cold day. We ordered 3 capuacinos which were served in very large cups and were accompanied by glasses of water. It took awhile to be served as the restaurant was full to capacity with a waiting line that developed right after we were seated. We ordered the Sweet & Savory Crepe (caramelized pears , brie & honey drizzle), The Dark side Crepe (Godiva dark chocolate with liqueur) my favorite & Crepe Suzette (orange zest & orange slices). All three were $8.95 each. I felt they could have taken a dollar of each crepe and added more filling. That said everyone enjoyed the crepe they had chosen and we shared. If you like crepes, this is a good meal and value for Main Street Bethlehem dining. The chef Rafael Palomino is also the proprietor.
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