Are you in South Ken and want a light snack? Look no further than this quaint, little cafe.
The Kensington Cremerie Creperie is a great little diner located just a stone’s throw away from the three famous museums – The Natural History Museum, Science Museum, and Victoria and Albert Museum. If you’ve had a tiring day looking at dinosaurs or rockets or medieval sculptures, or maybe you are just in the area, then the creperie is the perfect place to grab a light lunch – eat in or take away.
They do a huge selection of sweet and savoury crepes with a great choice of fillings. I went for the chicken and pepperoni crepe, which tasted like a pizza in a pancake. Delicious! My friend Rose – aka Odio-et-amo – went for the sweet Belgian chocolate option, and she LOVED it.
Here’s one of her photos of the crepe:
The restaurant has a little bit of history too, the building is a Grade 2 listed building and was apparently once a dairy farm in the 1800s. You wouldn’t know that now though as the decorations and furniture make you feel like you’re in a quaint Parisian diner.
Find it: 2-6 Exhibition Road
London SW7 2HF
Nearest Tube: South Kensington
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