Do you associate crêpes with the mushroom-filled pancakes reminiscent of your childhood? Swing by quaint À la Crêpe on Södermalm to rethink your impression. This small crêperie serves savoury galettes and saccharine crêpes in true French form, with both classic and innovative fillings.
During recent decades, the crêpe trend has had a consistent presence on the Swedish culinary scene, and fragrant French crêperies dot the city. One of them is À la Crêpe - a charming little neighbourhood restaurant with a relaxed, unpretentious ambiance where regulars eagerly return. Galettes and crêpes are served with a wide range of fillings.
If you're in the mood for a hearty meal, a galette is the obvious choice - a gluten free buckwheat pancake. Choose a filling of your choice; the offering includes everything from Roquefort cheese and shredded beef to vegetarian options such as chèvre or halloumi. If you choose beef rest assured, only Swedish meat is served.
The sweet options are equally fanciful; Nutella, blueberries and fresh cheese or pull out all the stops and have your crêpe flambéed in rum right at the table. In other words, vegetarians, meat eaters and those of you with a sweet tooth will find something to sate your cravings at À la Crêpe. The restaurant also boasts a wide selection of French cider and calvados, as well as French wine and beer.
The petite crêperie is cosyily furnished, the ideal setting to savour affordable Southern European food. The price range is 100-200 SEK and appeals to everyone from couples to families, especially during summer months when the terrace is open. À la Crêpe is a tasty little slice of Normandy, Brittany or Paris.