Delicious Desserts: Full of Crepe

Viri Reyes, Staff Writer

During the winter break, my friends and I discovered a cute little pastry shop where all they make are crepes. It has created such a new world for us that we now have to convince ourselves that the sweet and savory goodness isn’t worth the almost 30 minute ride. This always seems to fail us however, because for some reason we always end up in downtown Delray on E. Atlantic Avenue.

Full of Crepe has four catagories on their menu. The sweet side, for everyone who loves stuff like nutella, berries, peanut butter, marshmallows, and Graham crumbs; the savory side, for all those who want more of a meal rather than a snack. On the savory side you have two vegetarian options, vegetables, hummus, bacon, or mayo and of course much more. For everyone who likes both sweet and savory options, they have crepes for that too. They also have a kids menu that features smaller sized crepes.

For those who can’t have gluten, there are gluten free crepes you can find when reading their menu. If you don’t like any menu crepes they have, that’s perfectly fine because they have a ‘fill your own crepe’ section on the menu too

The crepes are reasonably priced for how stuffed they are. Depending on the crepe you get, you’d pay around $5.50-$10.50. The crepes themselves are served to you warm and with your permission, sprinkled with powdered sugar. The shop can get a little crowded especially on the weekends with it being conveniently located right beside cute clothing boutiques, and it being downtown but, I promise it’s worth it being a little cramped because once you take a bite, there’s no going back.

What I love about this place is that it’s perfect for lunchtime or if you want a late night snack. Next time you hang out with friends consider Full of Crepe. If you want any crepe suggestions, try the ‘Magic Mike’ crepe. It’s $7.50 and it has chocolate, peanut butter, marshmallows, and graham crumbs.

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