This post is brought to you by La Creperie de Caroline.
French Restaurants have are reputation for being some of the best in the world, and thankfully, KL can now boast another establishment that’s bringing authentic French cuisine to Malaysia. La Creperie de Caroline has the distinct advantage of being the first, authentic creperie in town, bringing a piece of Brittany to the trendy streets of Bangsar. Helmed by French woman Caroline Broutin (the name of the restaurant translates to Caroline’s Creperie – easy enough to remember), La Creperie is unique in all senses of the word.
Coming from a family with a strong culinary background (her father is a chef in her native Lille), it was only a matter of time before Caroline decided to set up her own restaurant.The restaurant is a charming one, with warm lighting, wooden furniture and smooth, jazzy vocals softly providing the perfect ambiance for a relaxing lunch.The art of crepe-making was developed and honed in the western French region of Brittany, which is precisely where Caroline learnt how to make them. Crepes and galettes (the savoury variety) represent an important part of French gastronomy and Caroline does them justice with her extensive range of delectable treats.
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