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La Crepe et la Vie

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  • Crepes, Cafes & Coffeehouses
  • 1715 Foster Ave, Brooklyn NY11230 40.635341 -73.960847
  • (Btwn E 17th & E 18th St)
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  • (347) 350-6627
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

Food 4.3 Value 4.5
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 4.2

Other Restaurant Info

(347) 350-6627
Cash Only
Tue-Sun: 11am-9pm
Brunch, Dinner
BYOB, Lunch, Take Out

User Reviews

  • La Crepe et la Vie

    Posted by gill on 12/27/2014

    Best crepe's ever

    Found this place my accident, excellent service, and veg crepe's or fruit yummiest . The all berries drink quiet refreshing. The cash only threw me off though,however there is a chase, bank of America and another bank very close by at Newkirk plaza train station. Worth it yes very cozy and you can bring your own wine for a small fee . Going again on Sunday, try it you will not be dissatisfied.

  • La Crepe et la Vie

    Posted by MH &RE on 03/15/2014

    Good neighborhood place, Bklyn.

    Owner was very friendly and greeted us. The crepes were well made, good portion sizes, could have been a little hotter and more salt but quite yummy anyway. I had the salmon crepe and my partner had the Greek crepe. The waitress brought the dishes out at different times, which I didn't like, but she was friendly and attentive. The music was pleasant, the little clothing shop in the back is cool. It's a little bit of France in Brooklyn. I would come here again.

  • La Crepe et la Vie

    Posted by Amy on 01/03/2014

    Comfortable neighborhood spot

    I like this place a lot. The food is good and the atmosphere is lovely.

  • La Crepe et la Vie

    Posted by Marc on 12/16/2013

    An amazing gem!

    This is an amazing place to go. The crepes are to die for. I am vegetarian, and the Greek Crepe (spinach, feta and dill drizzle) is a must-try. Literally, I have seen the reaction every time -- every bite is ecstasy. The ratatouille crepe is also amazing. For dessert, I just love whipped cream (their fresh whipped cream is heavenly, not laden with sugar) with nutella -- Kostas, the owner is an artiste and he jazzes it up with vanilla sauce and more. Decadent. He designed the entire place and it is so classic. His wife has a gift shop in the back. This is the place to go for a nice treat and to meet all sorts of interesting people. BYOB -- it is common to see people drinking bottles of wine in the evening with their meals. Really fun place to go. And they do a Sunday brunch. You MUST check it out. It is one of the best gems in Ditmas Park.

  • La Crepe et la Vie

    Posted by TJ on 12/06/2013


    We have dined here many times, the owner is always floating around and making sure the patrons are happy. The crepes are delicious and they have even given us a delicious apple pie for dessert for free. A must try

  • La Crepe et la Vie

    Posted by Steve Din on 10/22/2013

    Appalling service

    I really wanted to love this place. The store is homey and old-fashioned, although it's on a particularly grotty block on Foster. But the service on a recent Sunday was unforgivable. After waiting five minutes (it's a small place), we seated ourselves and waited another five for a waitress to ask us if we wanted anything. She acted as if she were doing us a huge favor by taking our order. (And by the way, our manner was totally innocuous--not indignant. We had a little girl with us and were on our best behavior.) Ten minutes later our crepes hadn't come. The guy making the crepes looked at us and said, "Are you guys waiting for anything?" The waitress hadn't even put our order in. He made our crepes without saying a word--no apology, nothing. The crepes were OK, generously filled. I've had better, I've had worse. But with service that rude.

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