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10 Best Crepes in Sydney [2023]

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Crepes Sydney

If you’re looking for the best crepe Sydney, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog post, we will list 10 of the best creperies in Sydney, complete with photos and reviews from real customers. So whether you’re a crepe lover or just looking for some new ideas for breakfast or lunch, read on for the best crepe Sydney has to offer!

1) Creperie Suzette

Creperie Suzette - Crepes Sydney
Creperie Suzette – Crepe Sydney (Credit:Creperie Suzette)
Key ServiceLocally sourced produce
Address34 Harrington St, The Rocks, 2000
Phone02 8220 9999
Operating HoursMonday:
7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Suzette’s Peking Duck is crispy and delicious, with an original spin on the crepe (although I would have liked a little more meat and less hoisin sauce because it is so powerful). But the real glory is the salted caramel crepe filled with drizzles of salted caramel in the middle and on top. It comes with a fantastic creamy, vanilla-tinged ice cream. I believe I’ve just found my favorite crepe Sydney, and we’re only on stop two!

Key Differentiators:

  • Locally sourced produce
  • Refined selection of sweet and savory crepes 
  • Inspired by the nostalgia of a Paris

Customer’s Review:

A+ for crepes! Attached to the local MGallery hotel, both the sweet (chocolate & strawberry) and savoury (mushroom) satisfy. Super friendly staff and interesting decor add to the experience.

Greg Sharpe

2) Love Crepe

Love Crepe - Crepes Sydney
Love Crepe – Crepe Sydney (Credit: Love Crepe via Facebook)
Key ServiceGreek style crepes
Address216 Lyons Rd, Drummoyne NSW 2046, Australia
Phone+61 2 8033 0814
Operating HoursTuesday 3–10PM
Wednesday 3–10PM
Thursday 3–10PM
Friday 3–11PM
Saturday 3–11PM
Sunday 3–10PM

Love Crepe specializes in Greek-style crepes, and the sweets are more pancake-like than French crepes. The dessert bar is based in Pyrmont and has a contemporary design with concrete, white tiles and bright neon signs. The old-fashioned menu at this location, which is still in operation, features trendy combinations of white chocolate, custard, apples, caramel, and crumble. Customers may also build their own meals here.

Key Differentiators:

  • Greek style crepes
  • Old school menu
  • Has a dessert bar with a modern fit out

Customer’s Review:

Best Crepes and Ice Cream in Sydney. Staff is always friendly and the food is unique and feels homemade.

Michael Hall

3) Bay Vista

Bay Vista - Crepe Sydney
Bay Vista – Crepe Sydney (Credit: Bay Vista)
Key ServiceFull menu availability
Address83 The Grand Parade, Brighton-Le-Sands NSW 2216
Phone(02) 9556 1727
Operating HoursMonday to Friday 10am – 1am
Saturday 8am – 3am
Sunday 8am – 1am

We’ve drawn a broad net and included the greatest pancakes, hotcakes, and crepes (we don’t care which you prefer) for you to drool over. Whether you’re searching for a vegan alternative, excessive toppings, savoury French galettes, or of-the-minute Japanese soufflé pancakes, we’ve got you covered with the city’s must-try sweet breakfast pastries.

Key Differentiators:

  • Full menu availability
  • Offers sweet & savoury crepes
  • Very accommodating staff

Customer’s Review:

We ordered caramel banana dessert jar, strawbana(waffles) and blueberry cream chese(crepe) all were delicious. The ambience and the staff both were amazing.

Padma Allundi

4) Pancakes on the Rocks

Pancakes on the Rocks - Crepe Sydney
Pancakes on the Rocks – Crepe Sydney (Credit: Pancakes on the Rocks)
Key ServiceDelectable savory crêpes
Address22 Playfair Street, The Rocks, Sydney 2000
Phone02 9247 6371
Operating HoursSunday to Thursday: 7:30 am – 12 am
Friday and Saturday: 7:30am – 2 am

Pancakes on the Rocks has been serving up Sydney’s best breakfasts since 1975. The menu at Pancakes on the Rocks features a wide range of pancakes, but their Bananarama buttermilk pancakes with grilled banana and butterscotch sauce are irresistible. Devil’s delight is a deliciously sinful way to take your love for chocolate to the next level. If you’re looking for something more substantial, they also have delectable savory crêpes, pancakes, and pizzas!

Key Differentiators:

  • Delectable savory crêpes
  • Pancakes, pizzas & more
  • Wide range of pancakes

Customer’s Review:

The food was nice. The crepes were really good. I ordered the banana crepe Sydney and it was yummy. The service was a bit slow but the staff were friendly.

Niveditha Suresh

5) Four Frogs Creperie

Four Frogs Creperie - Crepe Sydney
Four Frogs Creperie – Crepe Sydney (Credit: Four Frogs Creperie)
Key ServiceUse traditional techniques
Operating HoursContact

Four Frogs, arguably Sydney’s best creperie, is run by four French men who have brought the authentic art of creperie to Australia. The creperies – located in Mosman, Randwick, and Circular Quay – employ Bretagne-style cooking methods that are centuries old. The sweets and savories are their forte, with chocolate-covered items like asparagus and halloumi, as well as galettes including smoked salmon and chorizo.

Key Differentiators:

  • Use traditional techniques
  • Sweet and savoury are their specialty
  • High-quality ingredients 

Customer’s Review:

This place never disappoints! Most delicious crepes – both sweet and savoury. A must-go with kids! I ordered the one with maple syrup, roasted almonds and whipped cream. Would go back again for more!!

A Mitra

6) Bitton

Bitton - Crepe Sydney
Bitton – Crepe Sydney (Credit: Bitton)
Key ServiceFreshly made crepes
Address36-37a Copeland StAlexandriaNSW2015Australia
Phone02) 9519 5111
Operating HoursMonday7:00 am to 4:00 pm
Tuesday7:00 am to 4:00 pm
Wednesday7:00 am to 9:00 pm
Thursday7:00 am to 9:00 pm
Friday7:00 am to 9:00 pm
Saturday7:00 am to 9:00 pm
Sunday7:00 am to 4:00 pm

The savory crepe is complemented with a Bitton coriander pesto, mushroom, spinach, and goats cheese. It’s not the most beautiful crepe Sydney in the world, but the filling isn’t bad. These crepes appear to have been created previously and then used rather than freshly made.

Key Differentiators:

  • Freshly made crepes
  • Has French passion and perfection
  • Serves a breakfast menu all day

Customer’s Review:

Really nice place for brunch. Lovely selection of favourites, with a Bitton twist! Good coffee and yummy cakes!! Friendly staff and very relaxed atmosphere. We were also offered a complimentary crème brûlée each, which was very sweet of them. Reasonably priced and plenty of parking on main road.

Natasha C

7) Macleay Street Bistro

Macleay Street Bistro - Crepe Sydney
Macleay Street Bistro – Crepe Sydney (Credit: Macleay Street Bistro)
Key ServiceOffers weekly blackboard specials
Address73A Macleay St, Potts Point NSW
Phone02 9358 4891
Operating HoursDaily 12:30 PM – 11:00 PM

Macleay Street Bistro, in the ‘Paris’ end of Potts Point, is a long-standing Bistro tradition; our cuisine is French-inspired but modern Australian. Macleay Street Bistro has been serving up fine meals to neighbors, travelers passing through, and people from all over the world for almost 30 years. The Menu is enhanced by a weekly blackboard special offering fresh market flavors alongside our classic Bistro cuisine.

Key Differentiators:

  • Offers weekly blackboard specials
  • Tasty selection of wines by the glass
  • Excellent French bistro

Customer’s Review:

5 STAR FOOD, SERVICE & AMBIENCE! If you’re looking for somewhere that compares to restaurants in Paris, you’re in the right place. The flavours on every dish were outstanding; really enjoyable dining experience – bon appetite.

Justine Morrison

8) Gavroche Chippendale

Gavroche Chippendale - Crepe Sydney
Gavroche Chippendale – Crepe Sydney (Credit: Gavroche Chippendale)
Key ServiceArray of classic dishes
Addressevel 1, The Old Rum Store
2 – 10 Kensington St
Chippendale NSW 2008
Phone+612 9281 6668
Operating HoursMonday: 5pm to late
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: 5pm to late
Thursday: 5pm to late
Friday: 12pm to 3pm | 5pm to late
Saturday: 12pm to 3pm | 5pm to late
Sunday: 12pm to 3pm | 5pm to late

Gavroche Chippendale, the owner of Gavroche Chippendale, is a master of French cuisine who also specializes in accessories. From the country’s culinary epicenter – such as the imposing oakwood door from Lyon’s ancient Brasserie Georges, brass-railed banquette seating, enormous carved wooden bar with hand-painted tiled walls and a four-meter antique French silk weaver’s table from 1950 Paris.

Key Differentiators:

  • Pays homage to Parisian bistros
  • Array of classic dishes
  • Hand-selected French and Australian wines

Customer’s Review:

Nice cosy atmosphere with very delicious French food. The Duck liver parfait was so delicious, the steak was cooked well to our liking. And my favourite dish there is their dessert – Crêpes flambéed with Grand Marnier sauce.

Angela Wong

9) Dymocks Cafe

Dymocks Cafe - Crepe Sdyney
Dymocks Cafe – Crepe Sdyney (Credit: Dymocks Cafe)
Key ServiceHome style, simple fresh meals
AddressMezzanine Level, 428 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone+61 2 9233 7260
Operating HoursMonday – Friday: 9 AM – 5:00 PM Saturday – Sunday: 9 AM – 4 PM

Come up the escalators and take a seat in one of their old-style booths if you’re browsing at Dymocks or just need a break from city life. They prepare home-style, simple fresh meals. They create it all on site and take great pleasure in delivering it promptly so you can enjoy it while still managing your busy schedule.

Key Differentiators:

  • Old-style booths
  • Home style, simple fresh meals
  • Quick serving

Customer’s Review:

Absolutely must visit place, great service, food and atmosphere surrounded by books. It reminded me the cafe in Russian St. Petersburg and I love it. Kids loved food too. Thank you for great service.

Viktoriia Igumenova

10) Kismet Café

Kismet Café - Crepe Sydney
Kismet Café – Crepe Sydney (Credit: Kismet Café)
Key ServiceDishes with an Aussie/Mediterranean twist
Address20 Auburn Rd, NSW 2144
Phone(02) 8018 6682
Operating HoursSunday
08:00 am – 04:00 pm
Monday – Friday
07:00 am – 05:30 pm
08:00 am – 04:00 pm

Kismet Café in Auburn is an Australian-Mediterranean all-day breakfast, lunch, and dinner restaurant that features dishes with an Aussie/Mediterranean twist. It’s a fantastic family dining destination with delectable tastes available that you won’t soon forget.

Key Differentiators:

  • Dishes with an Aussie/Mediterranean twist
  • Delicious tastes that you won’t soon forget
  • Family dining destination

Customer’s Review:

Really good food, fresh and tasty. The lamb was cooked to perfection as was the chicken. The service was attentive and polite. Will definitely be back to try more of their food. Ate in the evening so can’t comment on breakfast but it looked good.

Suzanne Walker

Crepe Sydney

Sydney is home to some of the best crepes in the world. Whether you’re looking for a classic crepe Sydney or something with a twist, these ten restaurants will have you covered. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start tasting the best crepe Sydney!

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