Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie
Aubreys Traditional Creperie
14-16 West End Arcade
Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie is the latest eating establishment I’ve visited in the beautiful city of Nottingham. Before coming to university here, I didn’t realise quite how many hidden gems Nottingham had. No-one had told me it was a real foody destination!
Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie is a new personal favourite, and I am in no doubt that will be returning to regularly both with family and friends when they come to visit and on the odd occasion I feel like treating myself! (They also cater for events…if only I had an event planned that they could cater for!)
The interior of Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie is, well, quite traditional. The shop has such a quaint vintage feel with rickety old funriture and mis matched plates and cutlery. If you don’t fancy sitting in their inside or outside seating areas you can also grab them to take away and they are often found at Nottingham’s food festivals and market days.
Beyond how the store looks, Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie serves quality crepes and galettes (again, no surprises there) alongside speciality teas, coffee and other soft drinks.
All dishes are prepared fresh to order in an open kitchen so you can see what’s going on as they follow traditional cooking methods from France.
I’ve tried quite a few of the crepes on offer from the sweet chocolate and fruit filled pudding crepes to more sensible savouries including crepes stuffed with Gorgonzola, walnut and pear. If you love a flavour combination Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie is sure to have turned it into a pancake dish to die for!
They have also even started selling their delicious salted caramel sauce in jars so you can recreate the crepes at home.
For a shabby chic, French vintage experience and taste sensation I really recommend Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie whenever you are in or around Nottingham.