This Loop crêperie—with its stainless-steel pendant lamps and black lacquer tables—skews more Sex and the City than Saint Germain Boulevard. But look past the ladies nursing cups of java and slinging gossip and you’ll find one of Chicago’s better crêperies. The spongy griddle-caramelized dishes are cooked to order, with fillings that’ll whisk you from Russia (salmon roe and sour cream) to France (coq au vin). During your voyage, stop for the Katmandhu, curried chicken drizzled with spicy-sweet chutney.
|Venue name:||Crêpe Bistro|
186 N Wells St
|Cross street:||between Lake St and Couch Pl|
|Opening hours:||Lunch, dinner (closed Sun, Mon)|
|Transport:||EL stop: Clark/Lake.|
|Price:||Average crêpe: $10|
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