Sunday, 29 September 2013

Four Frogs Crêperie




Four Frogs, located in leafy Mosman, is the real deal when it comes to authentic French crêpe dining in Sydney! The café opened when four Frenchmen (aka the Four Frogs) decided that the only thing missing from our wonderful city was an authentic French crêperie, and so Four Frogs was born.

Here you will learn the difference between a galette (a savoury crêpe made using buckwheat) and the sweet dessert crêpes that we all know and love. Ask for the nutella and banana one flambée with Grand Marnier...yum! On 14 July, we were even able to savour a crêpe with snails in honour of 'La Fête Nationale' (or Bastille Day to us Aussies). 

This is a great place to come for a casual dining experience with friends or a romantic dinner (just remember to book if you are going on a weekend evening). Oh and another hot tip is to drink cider with your meal, as this is how the French do it!

Santé and bon appétit!

What: Four Frogs Crêperie
Where: 175 Avenue Road, Mosman
When:
Monday-Thursday: 7am-5pm, Friday-Saturday: 7am-10pm, Sunday: 7am-5pm

How:
Take the ferry to Mosman Bay from Circular Quay, and then stroll up the hill (10 minutes) or catch the bus up to Four Frogs


n.b. You may be rolling, not strolling back down to the ferry, depending on how many crêpes you've eaten ;-)

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