Best Crepes in NYC
Bonjour Crepes & Wine is located in NYC's Upper East Side neighborhood and also in Astoria Queens is a French Creperie/Cafe serving Crepes / Waffles / Pancakes along with great choices if comfort food is Parvez Eliaas’s soul-satisfying French Cafe menu. Our relaxed cafe has been welcoming New Yorker's morning, noon and night since 2012 with a warm and comfortable atmosphere, leisurely French spirit and heartfelt cooking.
WHAT KIND OF FOOD DO YOU SERVE?
Classic and exotic variations of waffles and crêpes have found their way to Bonjour Crepes & Wine. For fans of Belgian and French specialities like waffles, crêpes brunch and lunch Sandwiches Salads and coffee creations at Bonjour Crepes & Wine we make the best experience possible at your visit.
We serve Crepes, Waffles and Pancakes also available in Gluten Free option. Our Café Offers comfort French/American menu of Crepes Antipasti, house made Soup and Omelets. At Bonjour Crepes celebrate Three Course Dinner menu created with seasonal ingredient every Thursday & Saturday. we also Our Wine list as well as our craft Beer selection is very reasonable and carefully selected by Parvez Eliaas.
DO YOU NEED TO CATERER?
We offer classic and exotic variations of Crepes station setup in very traditional and festive way to make your event a memorable one. Private catering of any kind and size is one of our rewarded service. Contact us for your next very special Birthday Party / Pool Party / Special Event or your business Breakfast or Lunch.
WHAT KIND OF COFFEE DO YOU SERVE?
We serve single firm best selected Dark roast Coffee as well as 4 special selections of craft and organic coffee from around the world.
WHAT KIND OF TEA DO YOU SERVE?
We serve organic verity tea selections from KILOGRAM TEA BRAND.
STORY ABOUT CREPES
Crepes are especially popular throughout France. The common ingredients include flour, eggs, milk, butter, and a pinch of salt. Crepes are usually of two types: sweet crepes made with wheat flour and slightly sweetened; and savoury Crepes made with buckwheat flour and unsweetened. The name "galette" came from the French word galet ("pebble") since the first gallettes were made on a large pebble heated in a fire. Batter made from buckwheat flour is gluten-free, which makes it possible for people who have a gluten allergy or intolerance to eat this type of crepe.
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3410 30th Avenue, Astoria 11103