Le Petit bourke
They have been opened for two months now and they are still going strong. Around 11am when I cam it was busy with all the people wanting brunch and the cupcakes.
I have been wanting to go there for some time now. On the outside it looks like a beautiful old building with the lovely sign. Inside it is nice and cozy, good for a cold winters day or a rainy day. I loved the books and the fireplace.
You can easily study in here and enjoy a tea or coffee.
My coffee wasn’t too bad ($3.90 for a big long black) but the crepes were divine though. I loved the poached pear. I wondered if they did use organic pears? I loved the maple syrup though. My crepes were $16.50. I didn’t expect them to be so expensive though. I had four crepes on the plate hence each one would have cost about $4.
The service was a tad bit slow but I didn’t mind. The lady there was lovely as and I wouldn’t mind visiting again and trying their lunchtime options. I forgot to ask them about vegetarian options but the savoury crepe in the display looks like it is vegetarian.