Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Mother's Crepe @ Grote Street

I first discovered Mother's Crepe in Rundle Mall where they have a little store. Little did I know there was a bigger, better one on Grote Street! Situated near the Chinatown end it's very well positioned for maximum traffic. Mother's Crepe is an international franchise opened in Japan, Korea, Canada, USA and more. Currently it's open in NSW and Adelaide in Australia. These crepes are  very popular in Asian countries and I've been so out of touch as I haven't been back for a while so I'm very glad to see this here. The one on Grote Street shares a shop lot with the famous ChaTime. How convienient.







Ice cream counter




There is quite a good variety on the menu ranging from sweet and savoury crepes to smoothies. We went for the Berryberry Cheesecake - Blueberry sauce, strawberries, cheesecake and whipped cream. Appetizing, delicious and satisfying! At $6.00 it was even more satisfying.

Berryberry cheesecake $6.00

I decided to try the Green Tea Shiratama Azuki Soft Ice Cream Crepe - Azuki, Shiratama, Green Tea Powder, Green Tea Ice cream. 

Green Tea Shiratama Azuki Ice Cream Crepe $6.80

The crepes here are well priced ranging from as little as $4.00 to $7.50. The variety is amazing. I have yet to try a savoury crepe but even just the sweet menu takes a while to work through!  Their claim is that their crepes are better because they use free range eggs, vegetable oil based whipped cream (50% less fat) and oat bran crepe mix. Thank you for opening in Adelaide. 

69 Grote Street
Adelaide 5000

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3 comments:

  1. Great photos! Did you like the green tea crepe? The crepe place in Rundle Mall is called The Crepe's Story. Here's my blog post about that one... http://thelonelyplate.blogspot.com.au/2011/09/crepes-story-adelaide-south-australia.html
    We're very lucky to have this Mother's Crepe in Adelaide as it's the only one in Australia outside of NSW!

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  2. Hey Natalie! I checked out your post. I actually found the green tea crepe very nice but I love green tea flavours. I even have green tea gelati!!

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  3. Thanks for the review! I'm planning to go here as a birthday treat, so it was great to get a feel for what it's like. I also didn't know that this was the same Mother's Crepe in Rundle Mall either. You think that a name like that would be memorable too! :)

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