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The Big Difference

The Crepe

Our passion is crepes! Known for our world-class sweet and savoury crepes, we take pride in creating an outstanding crepe experience for you.

We are London’s original Crepe focused restaurant but don’t think for minute that crepes are all we do! Whether its date night, a special family occasion or dinner in the neighborhood we’ve got a full menu and a team of culinary and service professionals whose only goal is to “Serve up the Happiness.”

The crepe, is a type of very thin pancake with origins in France. However, the crepe has traditional roots in almost every country and culture around the world, including Russia’s blini, Germany’s pfannkuchen, the Mexican tortilla and the beloved blintz.

Whether your first crepe experience was an international one, or you enjoyed your first crepe with us, we are delighted to share our signature crepes with you.



The Shop

photos by Rita Szecsko

 
 

Homemade Sauces

At Crepe Fun-Tastic souces are homemade and all made from fresh ingredients without any preservatives.



Menu

Crepes

Sandwiches

Dairy and Gluten Free Options Are available!

Homemade Drinks

Offers



Taste Of Hungary

Special hungarian meals made from hungarian ingredients.

This weekend:

Rice and Pork Paprikash




Weekend: 09/02/2013

Sztrapacska


Potato and flour dumplings with sheep's cheese and bacon



Weekend: 02/02/2013

Roast a la Brasov


Named after a former Hungarian city, Brassó (Romanian: Braşov), brassói aprópecsenye is a classic Hungarian dish which is quick and easy to make. It was among the top 10 in the main courses category in a 2010 online vote to find Hungary’s favorite dishes.



Weekend: 05/01/2013

Potato Paprikash




Weekend: 29/12/2012

Catfish Paprikash


Catfish paprikash is an unbeatable Hungarian food! Gorgeous taste, a typical must try! :)



Weekend: 08/12/2012

Gypsy roast with paprika and bacon


The Gypsy steak is also one of my favorites. It has a very delicious taste, but unfortunately it is quite heavy food as most of the Hungarian foods are.



Weekend: datum - 10/10/2012

Hungarian hen soup


Hungarian chicken(hen) soup is a clear soup, a consommé, called Újházi chicken(hen) soup.A consommé with entire pieces of chicken, chicken liver and heart, with chunky vegetables and spices like whole black peppercorn, bay leaves, salt and ground black pepper. The vegetables boiled along with the pieces of chicken are usually carrots, celeriac, parsley root and parsnip.



Weekend: 17/11/2012

Fisherman's Soup


Fisherman's soup or halászlé (Hungarian pronunciation: [hɒlaːsleː]) is a hot, spicy paprika-based river fish soup, originating as a dish of Hungarian cuisine, a bright red hot soup prepared with generous amounts of hot paprika and carp or mixed river fish, characteristic for the cuisines of the Pannonian Plain, particularly prepared in the Danube and Tisza river regions.



Weekend: 10/11/2012

Stuffed Paprika


Töltött paprika (Hungarian) is an Eastern European dish consisting of peppers filled with minced meat and rice. Most popular in the Zagorje and Vojvodina regions, it is influenced by Hungarian cuisine. The meat, usually ground beef, is mixed with herbs, spices and rice. In Bulgaria, stuffed peppers are usually eaten with yogurt.



Weekend: 3/11/2012

Pea Dish




Weekend: 24/10/2012

Mushroom Paprikash


Called "Mushroom Paprikash" in English, this is an easy to fix, traditional vegetarian dish of the Hungarians.



Weekend: 20/10/2012

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CREPE FUN-TASTIC 193/a Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5NE UK

Contact

020.7821.6222 facebook.com/CrepeFunTastic
077.1562.5735 twitter.com/CrepeFunTastic
info@crepefuntastic.co.uk

Opening Hours

Monday

8:00 - 23:00

Tuesday

8:00 - 23:00

Wednesday

8:00 - 23:00

Thursday

8:00 - 23:00

Friday

8:00 - 23:00

Saturday

8:00 - 23:00

Sunday

8:00 - 23:00

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