-By Rashmi Uday Singh
Gone is the Bandra landmark location that began the Crepe Station phenomenon, but the Juhu location continues the legacy of Mumbai's first dedicated crêperie. Head to this relaxed space with friends and family and order from a medley of flavours created for the Indian palate like the Indian Twister Crêpe (Cottage Cheese and Green Peas tossed in Kadhai Masala) or the Paneer 'n' Olive Crêpe. As long as you don't expect gourmet fare and are satisfied with well-made burgers and "street" crêpes in many forms like Paneer, Nutella, Chocolate Walnut and Dhaba da Crêpe, you'll leave happy. Popular picks include Spanish Omelette, Roast Lamb (Hot 'n' Spice), Mexican Chicken Supreme, Crispy Baked Potatoes, Spicy Tamarind Prawns, Spanish Onion Rings, Grilled Chicken Leg (with Almond and Pomegranate Sauce), and Ham and Sausage/BBQ Grilled Chicken pizzas. Service can be a bit slow at times. Jain-friendly food served on request; do ask about the seasonal menus.
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