My friends and I wanted to have brunch on a Saturday back in February and we didn’t want to go to the usual places (Cora’s and Mel’s while Golf’s Steakhouse & Seafood only does Sunday brunch) so we decided to try Village Creperie. Village Creperie only serves crepes however it has quite the variety of savoury and sweet crepes.
Two of my friends had the crepes from the Special’s Board. They had the Benny’s Special ($12) while my other friend and I had the Good Morning Crepe ($11).
One of my friends had the smoked salmon Benny’s Special with a side of bacon. The Benny’s Special includes 2 poached eggs, smoked salmon between biscuits topped in hollandaise sauce. It also comes with a side of homefries. My friend enjoyed it.
Another of my friends had the Florentine Benny’s Special. It includes 2 poached eggs, feta cheese and spinach that are sandwiched between biscuits that are topped in hollandaise sauce. It also comes with a side of homefries. My friend was very full and satisfied with this dish.
My friend and I loved the Good Morning Crepe. The Good Morning Crepe comes with a bowl of fruits, hash browns, sausages, a side of homefries and 2 eggs in a buckwheat crepe. It’s very fulling and quite hearty and delicious.
We also ordered a dessert crepe ($9). We chose Bob’s Dulce de Leche with toasted pecans and fruits. The crepe had dulce de leche, fruits and pecans inside. The fruits included blackberries, oranges, grapes, honeydew, and pineapples. It’s a very scrumptious and sweet crepe.
Overall, if you want crepes, this is the place to go for Kitchener/Waterloo. It’s located in a quaint part of town that has an Uptown Waterloo feel without the tall buildings. I would probably try the Very Veggie Crepe the next time I come back.