French-inspired creperie opens in The Rocks

01 September, 2015 by
Danielle Bowling

What was once an antique souvenir shop is now a French-themed creperie, with Creperie Suzette opening at the Harbour Rocks Hotel.

Located in Sydney’s The Rocks, the Harbour Rocks Hotel is one of AccorHotel’s flagship MGallery hotels and is home to the recently launched Creperie Suzette, open seven days a week and boasting a menu comprising seven savoury and seven sweet crepes.

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All ingredients are sourced from local suppliers, including Pepe Saya butter, free range eggs and hand-harvested sea salt. Buckwheat flour is also used for the batter.

Menu highlights include Nutella crepes, the La Caramel au Beurre Sale – crepe with salted caramel, slivered almonds and ice cream, and La Crme de Marrons – crepes with freshly made chestnut cream. Prices range from $9 to $12.

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“It has been a vision of our owners Bob and Ruth Magid to turn the old souvenir shopfront into an intimate space which can be enjoyed by guests of Harbour Rocks Hotel and the local community – and what has been achieved is nothing short of perfection,” said general manager for Harbour Rocks Hotel, Dylan Cole.

“It is not only the surrounds which people love, it is the quality of the crepes and galettes which is seeing return visitors. One of our missions was to focus on quality, locally sourced produce and authentic service and it is great to see so many people enjoying what we’ve created.”

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Other Harbour Rocks Hotel dining venues include Scarlett Restaurant and Eric’s Bar.