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Posted by Michael G on 04/23/2012
Visiting from Seattle, having visited Paris, accompanied by my wife who lived ten years in Paris. Stopped in on 9 March 2012, lured by the name. Food quality was OK, but not worth a second pass. The crepes more closely resembled tortillas, dry and crumbly. Perhaps eggs were scarce that week. Fillings were slightly adventurous. Attitude exceeded the level of performance in the "kitchen". Maybe the smoothies are a better choice?
Posted by Barb on 04/18/2010
My repeat visits to Paris for their Nutella raspberry or just plain Nutella hot chocolate never tires. I love their crapes too, but I can't help but overstate how lovely their hot chocolate is. I also love the friendly atmosphere, although small, makes well for a quick bite and catch up without lingering too long as its an always busy spot.
Posted by Fred on 01/31/2009
I had the chicken parm crepe and nutella frozen hot chocolate smoothie. Food was great and they were very friendly
Posted by J Ekins on 01/11/2007
While the "dining area," if you can call it that, is cramped and the service is very slow, this is a great spot for delicious crepes. They have more varieties of crepes than you can imagine, ranging from buffalo chicken and thanksgiving dinner to nutella and icecream dessert crepes, and also egg breakfast crepes that I have yet to try. It's cheap, although the quantity of food is less than what you may be used to for low-fare dining. This is the type of place that European Connection aspired to be.