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    • ADDRESS:
      1 Taojiang Lu,
      near Fenyang Lu
      桃江路1号, 近汾阳路

    • PHONE:
      5465 9055
    • WECHAT:
      -
    • AREA:
      Xuhui
    • METRO:
      12 mins walk from Hengshan Rd
    • HOURS:
      Daily, 11am-late
    • CARDS:
      Local and international cards accepted
    • PRICE:
      $$$$$
    • WEB:
    • SmartShanghai.com Editor's Description
      La Creperie does indeed serve crepes. From hum-drum Nutella filled dough to the tangy seafood/salad crepe, main courses run the gamut. Some crepes are more successful than others, but the all wood decor, fully bar and English speaking servers make for a fine experience. The owner is not just a Brittany native, but the VP of the Brittany Association -- authenticity is as close you can get thousands of miles from the French coastline.
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    • 10 Year Anniversary Party

      La Creperie is celebrating a whopping 10 years slinging crepes and a slice of authentic Brittany. The cocktail party's on from 6pm, and the dress code is Blue & White.
      • Dining, Nightlife | La Creperie | on Fri Jun 9, 2017
      • 2017-06-09 Finished
    • Brittany Day Celebration

      Some kind of French holiday going down today. La Crêperie Shanghai celebrates at both locations with a buy-one-galette-get-one-free-crepe deal all day today. Some prizes to win too, including vouchers, bottles of cider, apple...
      • NOT TAGGED | La Creperie | on Tue May 19, 2015
      • 2015-05-19 Finished
    • La Crêperie 5th Year Anniversary

      La Crêperie celebrates 5 years of traditional Brittany cuisine with an after work party including huge discounts on bottles of cider and wine. There will be free finger food all night as well as cider and rum infusions. NOTE: Dinner...
      • NOT TAGGED | La Creperie | on Wed Jul 4, 2012
      • 2012-07-04 Finished
    • Moules Marinieres Mondays

      La Creperie branches out on their coastal, Brittany theme every Monday night with steamed mussels and their traditional sidekicks, The French Fries. Starts at 7pm.
    • Brittany Oysters

      French crepe joint La Creperie pulls another Breton specialty out of their back pocket -- oysters. From Friday evening throughout the weekend, 150rmb buys a plate of six oysters from Brittany, with French bread, salted French butter, and...
  • Taste vs Service time just about stacks up
    For La Creperie on March 21, 2016
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    TomJackUK
    Joined Jun 29, 2015
    Is British
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Lots has been said about La Creperie.

    "It is amazing" (unknown source)

    "Best crepe's ever" (another unknown source)

    Heck, their menu even details how the offer one of the "Best 10 dishes in Shanghai".

    So this was my first visit, and excitement was running through my veins. Along with half of Saturday nights Guinness/Jameson combo. Hangover you will not beat me today... for I shall eat Crepe!

    Well I thought I would eat Crepe. Unfortunately the service started to make me question this. 10 minutes sat with no menu.... 15 minutes.... time to go and find a menu my self. I will not let this beat me!

    To be fair, the crepe (banana and caramel) was great. Good quality ice cream, and plenty of caramel. Needed more banana though. Lemonade was OK, as was the apple juice, but they were way overpriced. The crepe to price ratio was better though.

    Will I return? Uh... probably. I will look out for it being empty though, as maybe then the service can match the crepe.
    Yum!
    For La Creperie on November 15, 2014
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    Lammis
    Joined Mar 29, 2009
    Is Canadian
    Posted 3 Reviews
    We just walked in on a whim and were very pleasantly surprised. The buckwheat crepes were really nice and thin, the filling was tasty, service was prompt and pleasant. The kid gorged on so much of mine I had to get a second one.
    Also, cider. Yum.
    Really, it's not fancy or romantic, but it was a great find.
    Britanny reminder
    For La Creperie on October 31, 2014
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    RenaudEd
    Joined Oct 22, 2012
    Is French
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Sure, the best is to go in Brittany if you want to taste Crepes. But as you are in Shanghai, it's one of the best popular French food restaurant you could find. Maybe to much noise for a romantic dinner, but it's affordable, the service is nice, kids are more than happy. What else?

    For La Creperie on October 21, 2014
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    mini-cat
    Joined Feb 23, 2012
    Is Chinese
    Posted 2 Reviews
    Happy to have a real brittany creperie in Shanghai, warm service, authentic galettes, delicious crepes.......with nautical decor, friendly atmosphere, nice place for taking a break.
    Chinese Crepes, Thou shall not
    For La Creperie on September 21, 2014
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    Brest
    Joined Sep 21, 2014
    Is French
    Posted 1 Reviews
    NO really,

    Perhaps, it's a matter of no competition but to pass Chinese style crepe for French crepes is a gross violation of French culture and Brittany tradition.
    "La creperie" is doing what millions of Chinese street vendors do every morning for Chinese breakfast. Spreads thin dough on an electric plaque. Results: thin, dry and flaky crepes which are a far cry from the real stuff. I get suspicious as soon as I see a local doing crepes anywhere in a French restaurant in the same I wouldn't trust a French person preparing Chinese food.
    I bought real "in a pan" crepes from moms in international schools which were fantastic. You see, it's not just about Nutella. There’s gonna be substance.
    Besides the price tag is outrageous (12 $). Most people know that a crepe does not cost more than 2 $ including ingredient.
    Went once, never to return and discourage others to go.
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