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Sunday, 05 April 2009



Wow, I'm truly jealous that you guys have a crepe truck!! Personally savory always wins over sweet but the simplicity of the "Crunchy" sounds especially fantastic. Thanks for the post.


LOL - not brush your teeth for hours?


Unique out there? I'd imagine unique just about anywhere!
It kind of reminded my of "A year in Provence" where his friend began his French Cuisine "education" by taking him to a truck stop (and what a meal it was!)


that looks incredible! I like the crepe truck idea but imagine it's gotta be tuff there in yuma with no a/c... i'm craving the blueberry one right now.

ed (from Yuma)

Dennis - I'm amazed we have a crepe cart also. When I first began eating there, I liked the savory ones as well, but the sweet ones seem to offer a greater variety of tastes and I love fresh sliced fruit.

Yeh, billy, it was that goood.

Actually, Jan, my Quebecois friend says they are common in Quebec and in France. Now all Yuma needs is a place with Doner kebabs.

The guy wants to stay open all year, fh, so we'll see. It'd be harder on him than customers since cars have a/c and he's close enough to alot of businesses and residences for easy take-out.


AWE. SOME. I can't wait to try it! Do you think he'd ever make them with dulce de leche? That was my favorite dessert (panqueques) at my favorite Argentinean restaurant back home. I know it's not typical French but it'd be so heavenly... So, their coffee was good and strong? OMGosh, I'm salivating at the thought of going there soon. Are they open on weekends?

When can we have a foodie outing in Yuma?

ed (from Yuma)

Actually, Micaela, he serves something called the Celtic, which has salted caramel as a filling - which would be close to dulce de leche. It's one I haven't tried (yet), so I can't comment, but if you try it, let us know what you think.

Maybe we should do a foodie outing.


This is one of the best places Yuma has gotten! The story behind why he located to Yuma is awesome.....but I will let you go try a crepe and ask him :)

I recommend the blue potato, the mozza (OMG GOOD), and he had a new one called the northern which has salmon, cream cheese, lemon, potatoes, and dill. I drive completely out of my way to visit his crepe truck. They are huge portions for what you pay for, organic ingredients.....could it possibly get any better?

I can't wait to see what he puts next on his menu!

ed (from Yuma)

yeh, Lauren, this place is good. I saw the salmon/cream cheese crepe on the new menu, but I haven't tried it yet.

Chris Erfert

Guess I have been doing to much home cooking and didn't notice that there is a 'For Sale' sign on the Crepes 'n Cafe until we stopped for breakfast this morning. NOOOOOOO!!!!! This is a wonderful speciality place and would sure hate to see it go away. Hopefully, they are just relocating. :)

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