Crepe Stop in Braddon is your one-stop shop for all things crepes, both sweet and savoury, as well as pancakes and waffles.
On Mort Street in the new Yamaroshi building, Crepe Stop has just launched its new menu with something for everyone, including the classics like Nutella, lemon and sugar, and maple syrup, as well as savoury options such as the ‘Aussie’ with ham, pineapple, egg and cheese, or the ‘Americano’ with sausage, cheese, tomato and mustard.
Owner Michael Seedhom says crepes are a family speciality – he and his family own creperies in Egypt where Michael honed his craft – and he wants to share this with the people of Canberra.
“When we opened six months ago it was all about takeaway,” he says, due to the COVID-19 restrictions at the time. “Now, we’re moving towards more of a café setup and café menu.”
While Crepe Stop’s many loyal customers have referred to the creperie as a “hidden gem”, a new outdoor seating area has just been completed to make the venue more visible from the street and allow customers to enjoy their speciality crepes and quality coffee outdoors in the warmer months.
Any crepe can be made ‘rainbow’ for just $1 extra, a Crepe Stop signature speciality, while the coffees are made with a state-of-the art machine which can be programmed by the baristas to remember your exact coffee specifications.
“The machine uses coffee beans that are environment-friendly, and the machine is also 75% recycled steel,” Michael says.
The sustainability approach continues in the fit-out of the store, too, with recycled wood features and bio-packaging for all takeaway orders.
Crepe Stop Braddon
- 32 Mort Street, Braddon
- W: crepestop.com.au
- Open: Tuesday-Sunday 8am-3pm
- Friday and Saturday 7-9.30pm
This article was created in partnership with Crepe Stop Braddon. For more information on sponsored partnerships, click here.