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New York: Pates et Traditions

Anastasia Hassiotis | September 25, 2016
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Everyone is in love with New York; the city, the lights, the people, the places to go… the food! It’s no secret that you can get anything you crave, from anywhere around the world, possibly in just a few minutes away from you. 

Perhaps you’re craving some yummy authentic french crepes? Well instead of booking your next flight to Paris you can always visit Pates et Traditions in Williamsburg. 

 

Parisienne Crepe with egg, ham, mushroom and swiss cheese.

This small cozy french restaurant is all you need for a nice brunch or a date night. During spring and summer time there are a few tables on their patio for those who want to enjoy the sun along with their crepes, while in the winter, customers dine indoors on cute marble tables surrounded by the restaurant’s artsy walls. 

 

From shrimp and chicken to veggie crepes, no matter what your preference is you will definitely enjoy these tasteful whole-wheat crepes with fresh ingredients. Our favorites are La Parisienne, La poulet citron and La shrimp curry. In case you’re looking for a side to share you should definitely go for the Goat cheese salad or the tasty – extra creamy Mustard chicken penne. 

When it comes to dessert time, try the original La suzette crepe with homemade orange sauce or choose between La profiterolle and La nutella crepe. 

 

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