La Petite Creperie is located in the adorable location in a newspaper stand on the corner of Swanston St and Little Collins St. A girl with a French accent served us – despite having lunch just a while ago I was sold. Truth be told if you have the ‘right’ accent (not a bogan one sorry) I will swoon and buy anything from you.
Salted Caramel ($5)
The salted caramel crepe (recommended by the lovely French girl – yep told you I was easy ._.) was only $5 and tasted pretty good. Although I love my crepes thin and crispy, I didn’t mind that it was warm and chewy with caramel spread through it. The ‘salted caramel’ was just caramel but it gave the crepe a sweet kick. Good affordable price for a quick treat. Wouldn’t mind giving their other flavours a try :D
Melbourne Series 2014
C and I went for an extreme food crawl through Melbourne for 4 days during the Adelaide Cup holiday. We thought we were smart going only on an Adelaide long weekend. We were not. It was Labour Day in Melbourne – luckily things were still open :) Here is a list of the places we ate at: