Miss Claudes Crepes and French Cafe
Forget the market lines — now you can sit and savour your favourite sweet treat.
If you've been to Eagle Farm or Eat Street markets, you've likely lined up for Miss Claudes Crepes. They're not considered among the best in the city without good reason. In fact, the ravenous demand for their sweet treats has seen proprietors Naima Hughes and Justin Knudson open up their own New Farm cafe.
At the slice of Paris on Brunswick Street, family recipes handed down from Naima's grandmother and mother — the eponymous Miss Claude — are cooked up for Brisbane's hungry masses. That includes salted caramel, chocolate, lemon meringue, banoffee, apple cinnamon pie and Nutella varieties. Nutella fans be warned: there's also a milkshake filled with your favourite hazelnut spread on the menu.
Sticking with authentic French Normandie crepe tradition, savoury options are available as well. For anyone happy to forgo the fruit and ice cream-topped varieties, the famous brekkie crepe with bacon, scrambled egg, cheese, caramelised onion and our creamy homemade hollandaise, or lunch and dinner-appropriate servings of any meat and batter combination you desire are a must. Or, perhaps enjoy them as a main meal before a chocolate sauce-covered dessert.
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