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Four Frogs Creperie Circular Quay

Tuck into sweet crepes and savoury galettes with experimental fillings at this French-owned harbourside creperie.
By Melanie Colwell
October 29, 2019
By Melanie Colwell
October 29, 2019

The next time you're wistfully daydreaming about walking around ol' Paris with a crepe in hand, let your mind (and feet) wander over to Four Frogs Creperie in Circular Quay's Gateway Sydney. The restaurant chain, which also has outposts in Lane Cove, Randwick and Mosman, is owned by four French friends.

Take your pick from dozens of sweet crepes — ranging from traditional butter, sugar and lemon to the next-level chocolate, banana, whipped cream, grilled almonds and vanilla ice cream.

If you don't have much of a sweet tooth, opt for a savoury crepe instead, known as a galette. You can tuck into the likes of prosciutto, goats cheese, walnuts and honey; smoked salmon, spinach and chive cream cheese; or smoked duck, spring onion and hoisin sauce.

All crepes are made with Australian buckwheat flour so they're gluten free (though it's advised to still inform staff if you have an allergy).

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