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Dinner Gathering with two friends, located at one of the shophouse near raffles hotel. French shop owner is very polite and friendly. I personally do not like the OILY smell releasing from the kitchen that's why we did not sit in the indoor area which is air-conditioned. it will be good if there is a fan under the alfresco area.

Poisson Soup (Very Rich and Creamy Seafood Soup, mainly fish as told by the shop owner)

Hoedic Crepe (Spinach topped with Goat Cheese, very rich cheese taste, advice only those who like strong cheesy taste try this only)

Ham & Egg Crepe (Not bad, although it taste more like Roti Prata due to the egg)

Stephan's Favourite Crepe with Side Salad (Chicken with mustard sauce, best out of the three crepes we had! and the most worth value since there is chicken slice in it, MUST TRY)

Sweet Tudy Crepe (Cooked Sweet Apple with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, YUMMY!!!, am sure other sweet crepe is great too)

Salty crepes are mostly burned maybe due to all the cooking of the ingredients inside, only the sweet crepe is not burned.

Worth coming back again for craving sometimes.
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18 Jan 2012 18:40:02
Dinner Gathering with two friends, located at one of the shophouse near raffles hotel. French shop owner is very polite and friendly. I personally do not like the OILY smell releasing from the kitchen that\'s why we did not sit in the indoor area which is air-conditioned. it will be good if there is a fan under the alfresco area. Poisson Soup (Very Rich and Creamy Seafood Soup, mainly fish as told by the shop owner) Hoedic Crepe (Spinach topped with Goat Cheese, very rich cheese taste, advice only those who like strong cheesy taste try this only) Ham & Egg Crepe (Not bad, although it taste more like Roti Prata due to the egg) Stephan\'s Favourite Crepe with Side Salad (Chicken with mustard sauce, best out of the three crepes we had! and the most worth value since there is chicken slice in it, MUST TRY) Sweet Tudy Crepe (Cooked Sweet Apple with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, YUMMY!!!, am sure other sweet crepe is great too) Salty crepes are mostly burned maybe due to all the cooking of the ingredients inside, only the sweet crepe is not burned. Worth coming back again for craving sometimes.
I really am not a fan of galette,but my friend told me is very nice,so we went for try I ordered the ham, cheese, egg &mushroom galette & while I can’t honestly say that I love the taste & texture of the buckwheat flour crepes, I found them quite interesting in a nutty, moreish sort of way. It helps that the crepes were made incredibly thin, so you barely taste the crepe amongst the savoury ingredients. The price is a bit too expensive,i don\'t think really worth it Overall i rate 6/10
All thanks to The Kensington Crêperie, I’ve had a massive craving for crêpes when I got back from London. Sadly though, there’s not many authentic crêperies in Singapore. In fact, that’s already an understatement since I think there’s only two in town, both owned and managed by French couples. One is Crêperie des Arts and the other is Entre-Nous Crêperie.

The crêpes here are good, nothing as fantastic as TKC, but still good enough to make me happy. I like the myriad of textures and flavours in the Entre-nous crêpe ($18.70+). Very interesting combination of mashed avocado, garlic, cream, tomatoes and prawns!

Stephanie’s Favourite ($16.80+) is one of the signatures here and worth trying if you like roasted chicken, sweet caramelised onions and tangy wholegrain mustard~

One thing I notice about the crêpes is that they are spread too thinly, hence causing lots of unsightly “porkmarks”, haha. Sometimes, being too thin is not ideal (for crêpes and ladies)!

Ok, who likes salted caramel? If you do, it’s a must (I repeat, a MUST) to try Geraldine’s Favourite ($14.90+), a sweet crêpe filled with bits of cooked apple, homemade salted butter caramel and a scoop of chocolate ice cream (vanilla by default). Seriously, the salted caramel is incredible, you must try it to believe! Just for this, I will return.



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The advent of crepes in Asia is not new but with recent reviews by food bloggers, I thought I might contribute an entry that I had the opportunity to try when I was in Singapore last weekend. I like my crepes. I like that I can make a whole meal out of something so simple but yet have limitless combinations. I like that savory buckwheat crepes seem to be so healthy and that it feels sinless to eat an abundance of these, notwithstanding that the contents of the crepe might be uber rich.

Aside from Creperie des Arts, Entre-Nous is the only other authentic place I've now tried in Singapore. Both are owned and run by French so without having gone to Brittany, these are probably as authentic as they can be.

To maximize the visit, I had the set menu which starts with a choice of dry or sweet apple cider. I'm not much of a fan of too much alcohol but being a sucker for apple juice, the choice of sweet was obvious. But since I drove, B's choice of dry won.

The seafood and mushroom soup which kicked us off was surprisingly very good. Very tasty in which both seafood and mushrooms were almost equally represented, the result was well balanced and unlike its looks was not too heavy on the cream. The French dinner roll was great company too, and you can see the steam escaping as you peel it in half.

The classic of the La Biehat - a buckwheat galette filled with eggs, ham and emmenthal was a yummy combination. The only slight drawback was that the galette was a little more crispy than the one from Creperie des Arts and less chewy as I would have liked. But overall, the ingredients were good quality and each complemented the other perfectly. A great breakfast even at 9 in the evening! And the salad of loose lettuce leaves drizzled with a wholegrain mustard based vinaigrette was wonderful in its companionship.

Dessert was a sweet crepe with the house special Entre-Nous salted caramel. The crepe was eggy in fragrance and the perfect chewiness and was made heavenly when generously drizzled with the salted caramel. Not wanting to neutralize my workout but not prepared to leave without seconds, we ought a bottle of the salted caramel which the lovely lady said we can store at room temperature for up to a month. Sold! And I've been savoring it on my morning toast since.

Entre-Nous' setting is modern and bright as compared with Creperis des Arts' which is very Brittany country complete with sailor paraphernalia. But if I had my way, savory at Creperie des Arts and sweet endings at Entre-Nous.

For the original, visit edeats.blogspot.com


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Entre-Nous Creperie is owned by a French couple. The restaurant being cosy, can only accommodate about 10 tables ( few tables available outdoors facing Raffles Hotel)
The Crepes here are made from Buckwheat Flour , which is healthier than the normal white flour/ wheat flour. Buckwheat flour has a slightly nutty texture , a ”sandy” flavour and is brown in colour.

In French , these buckwheat crepes are known as ” Galettes ”
They offer both Sweet and Savoury Galettes . Under the ” les gastronomiques” section, the popular choices are —- ”Stephane’s favourite” and ‘‘Geraldine’s favourite”.
Under the sweet crepes section , the Entre-Nous crepe with *salted butter caramel is highly recommended.
*Homemade

Salad of the day: Cabbage & Avocado Salad
Basically some shredded raw cabbage and chunks of avocado . The shredded cabbage has a nice crunch but personally I do not like avocados ( though it is beneficial for the heart).


Stephane’s Favourite : Chicken, caramelised onions , whole grain mustard dressing ($16.80+)

The advice is to enjoy the galettes which is still warm and crusty ( at the edges). The crepe taste slightly different from the usual crepes made from white flour , it is slightly stronger in flavour but has a nutty flavour. There were slices of chicken in the middle of the crepe (but non at the folded edeges!) but I find the chicken slices a little dry. The caramelised onions and whole grain mustard dressing has a sweet flavour which goes well with the crepe( I wished there were more!)


Sable ($8.10+)
The 3 mini french sables were yummy! It crumbles a little but it goes very well with the home-made sea salt caramel sauce . Eat it together with the scoop of vanilla ice-cream, it was divine!
P.S If you enjoy the sea-salt caramel , you can purchase it at $14 / jar.
Verdict: Though crepes are not meant to be filling, the crepes here are quite special . Worth a try if you would like to have a change of taste , from the normal crepes to buckwheat crepes

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