A taste of France arrives in South Jersey

The interior of Cafe Flora is reminiscent of a street in France.

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The interior of Cafe Flora is reminiscent of a street in France.

Nikhita Pejavara (’17)/ For Eastside

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Crepes have been the new “thing” this year. Fortunately, there are many places in the South Jersey area that sell these French delights.

Off of Springdale Road is a petite florist and restaurant, Café Flora. They specialize in their wide variety of crepes. Their portions are quite large and often drizzled with chocolate and a simple strawberry on top. Their slogan is “A Taste of France in Cherry Hill” and really portrays that ambience. The inside of the petite café is decorated like a café in France. Having severe nut allergies myself, Café Flora adjusted to my dietary needs and were very aware of what ingredients they put in.

Another shop in Cherry Hill that sells crepes is off of East Marlton Pike. Le Café Creperie has many different types of crepes which include chicken pesto crepes to strawberry cream filled. The portions are smaller, unlike Café Flora. It is low-key and small, and it is the perfect place to go for breakfast or a snack. The best part is that they accustom to all types of diets.

In East Brunswick, there is La Crepe French Bakery and Café. They sell café foods, coffee, crepes and tea. It is a clean area with delectable tasting foods. It is completely friendly for breakfast and quiet evenings. They play European music in the background which makes it a France-styled atmosphere.

Crepes are the perfect snack and a great breakfast dish. They are perfect for all kinds of taste buds. Each restaurant displays its own sweet bubbly atmosphere with a taste of Europe. Who needs to travel to Europe for the exquisite taste when you can enjoy a perfect dish right here in Cherry Hill.

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