1310 Burlingame Ave
Burlingame, CA 94010
Downtown Burlingame is such a cute area to walk around on the weekend. There are tons of restaurants and boutique shops that can easily kill a couple hours of your day. One of the busiest restaurants on the strip is Crepevine, a popular creperie with several locations in the Bay Area.
The restaurant is packed during the meal rush. Half of the restaurant allows for outside seating, which is perfect on a beautiful day. When entering the restaurant, you first order and pay for your meal at the register and take a seat with a number. From there, a waiter will bring your meal to you.
2 savory crepes came out to $20.
Their portions are huge! Each savory crepe came with a side of country potatoes and a yummy salad with a light vinaigrette.
Tuscany Crepe – The Tuscany Crepe came consists of chicken breast with mushrooms, tomatoes, roasted almonds, provolone, feta and pesto. The crepe was real tasty, but it was a little heavy on the cheese.
California Crepe – K got the California which made with avocado, bell peppers, tomatoes, sauteed onions and cheddar topped with salsa fresca and sour cream (spicy chipotle optional). Of course, we got it with the spicy chipotle. I only tried the sauce since I’m not a fan of tomatoes. The sauce was spicy and smokey. I dabbed a little bit of it on my Tuscany Crepe, and it was pretty good.
Crepevine is pretty average, but I go because it’s convenient due to the many locations all over the Bay. I’m not really a fan of savory crepes, but I do go for one, I’d pick Ti Couz in the Mission.
Check out the photos below. My brother and sister-in-law had the pulled pork sandwich and a strawberry/nutella crepe. I didn’t have any, but I took photos of them anyway.