Location :: Beverley Hills, Los Angeles
Since our return from Tokyo, my sister and I have been on the hunt for Harajuku crepes that taste remotely close to the ones we had at Cafe Crepe. While we did find one place in Toronto that can suppress our cravings for the time being, it definitely doesn’t measure up to the authentic ones in Japan. #sorrynotsorry
So when we heard about Beverley Hill’s Harajuku Crepe, we knew we had to pay a little visit during our latest trip to the Golden Coast. Aside from the fact that the café was only two streets away from Rodeo Drive (hello shopping snack!), the real reason we decided to hit it up was that it offered green tea-flavoured crepes. And knowing how much we love green tea-flavoured food (green tea latte, green tea kit kat, green tea Pocky and you get the idea), you can see why we made sure this dessert pit stop was on our itinerary. (FYI crepes also come in other flavours like chocolate, earl grey and buckwheat if green tea ain’t you thing.) Loving the fact that we can customize our order, my sister opted for a green tea crepe with green tea ice-cream topped with mochi balls, while I satisfied my sweet tooth with a good old nutella and banana crepe. With delicious Harajuku crepes in hand, we braved the California heat and continued our Beverley Hill’s window-shopping stylishly and deliciously.
P.S. This is what I wore to this crepe joint. 🙂
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Till next time,