Walking past Paris Crêpe is often a struggle. The aroma lingering outside the open windows is incredibly inviting, it’s hard to say no. So, what happens when you actually “let your senses guide you”? In this case, I’ll just spell it out for you, d-i-s-a-p-p-o-i-n-t-m-e-n-t. How could something that smells so good taste so bad?
Each Burger (beef, chicken, veggie) is served on a warm, toasty brioche bun and garnished with the standard lettuce, tomatoes and caramelized onions. Cheese can be added to the burger for an additional $1.00-$4.00 depending on what you fancy. Supplementary toppings cost between $1.00-$5.00 each and range from guacamole to eggplants tahini to the pretentious fois gras. Help yourself to the variety of condiments, both classic and bold, available at the counter. The patty is thick and juicy, and the meat to bun ratio of the burger is spot on. There’s just enough bun and just enough meat to create a harmonious balance, and together with your added toppings it creates magic in your mouth. The burger is incredibly scrumptious. It’s probably one of the best burgers I’ve had, EVER.
My companion indulged in the Intense Brownie, and it was INTENSE. It’s highly concentrated and extremely rich, dense but moist, and sweet but with a hint of saltiness. Casually drizzled with chocolate ganache and served warm, it’s almost impossible to eat without a tall glass of milk or unsweetened coffee to cut through the complexity of its composition. This modestly sized square packs a really big punch, no wonder it’s one of the most popular items on the menu.