mmm-yoso!!! is a food blog and today Cathy is blogging. Because Kirk and ed (from Yuma) are eating.
Hi. The other day, The Mister and I went to Chopstix and got large bowls of soup, because at 96°, with 18% humidity, it just wasn't warm enough for us. The top one is the miso ramen and the bottom one is the dumpling ramen. Each about $6.50, huge, tasty, warm. When we were done, we walked out and wanted dessert. We thought about Yogurt World and Tapioca Heaven, but this new building is closer when you walk across the street. Crepe World. (The Nice Young Lady who waited on us was wearing a Yogurt World t-shirt; I did not ask if they were owned by the same people)It is right on Convoy, so you don't have to encounter what I like to call the 'parking lot from Hell'. It was not crowded. As in, we were the only people there, our order number was 13 and it was 6:41 in the evening...I think this was the second day of it opening. A large area, lots of tables and chairs and some park benches for seating...a rather extensive menu of savory (takoyaki, various 'sandwich crepes') and sweet crepes and waffles. There is a website on the business card, but it is not set up yet. We ordered and each crepe was served up in pink paper cones. (click to see full photo)(Typepad is acting strange again) I chose the #20, red beans with custard and bananas ($4.58). It was huge and filled with all the ingredients. The crepe was light and crispy on the edges. The custard was light and eggy tasting, the red beans were sweet and tasty. The Mister chose the #15- a fruit crepe stuffed with Nutella® and fresh strawberries ($3.68). The same delightful crepe, filled with nutty, chocolate-y Nutella® and sliced juicy, flavorful strawberries.
A nice ending on another hot, but not humid, day in San Diego.
Crepe World 4646 Convoy #102 San Diego 92111 858-268-8388 Website (listed on business card)