Restaurant talk: Whisk Crepes Cafe is open

Photo of Whisk, courtesy of Monica Diodati

Photo of Whisk, courtesy of Monica Diodati

Here you can buy a $10 pancake, but the early reviews say Whisk Crepes Cafe is worth the dough.

The cafe opened at Sylvan Thirty last week, and Oak Cliffers quickly lined up for a taste this past weekend.

A simple menu offers sweet and savory crepes. The pancake itself costs $3.50, and fillings cost between 50 cents and $4 each. Specialty crepes include peaches and cream ($9), s’mores ($8) and smoked pork with sweet onions and queso fresco ($12).

The cafe also offers espresso ($2) and lattes ($3). Whisk is closed on Mondays, but it’s open 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday-Sunday.

Goat cheese crepe with honey, walnuts and arugula, Photo courtesy of Whisk

Goat cheese crepe with honey, walnuts and arugula, Photo courtesy of Whisk

By |2015-10-12T01:24:15-05:00October 12th, 2015|News, Restaurants|1 Comment

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