In December, La Creperie opened its doors in Playa Guiones, offering original French crepes to Nosara.
The project was the idea of Franck Geers and is located 400 meters north of Delicias del Mundo supermarket, next to Hostal 4You.
Geers says that the plates have a wide range of prices so that the food is accessible for all. Crepes start at 1,200 colones ($2.40) and the most expensive ones cost around 3,900 ($7.80).
The menu includes a variety of sweet and savory crepes. Sweet ones are made with sugar, chocolate, butter or lemon, and the most elaborate ones also have ingredients like apples, caramelized bananas, coconut, almonds and ice cream. The “Galletes” are savory crepes made with whole wheat flour and filled with vegetables, cheese or mushrooms.
There are ones with leeks and curry, spinach and mushrooms, and a non-vegetarian option that has cheese, ham, eggs and mushrooms. The restaurant’s sweet specialty is the caramelized apple crepe, which has ice cream and almonds.
The savory one is “Ratatouille,” named for the traditional dish from Nice in southern France, made with vegetables such as tomatoes and zucchini, feta cheese, and herbs. Drinks include organic tea, coffee, machiattos, espresso, coconut water, nonalcoholic ginger beer, smoothies and bottled water.
They are open every day from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Telephone 8788-5637.