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La Creperie de Sophie has a permanent home

Riverside Market’s (and other venues) infamous crepes have found a permanent home:


Finally! We have a home!


Cardiff’s first authentic French Crêpe shop – La Creperie de Sophie – is due to open in Cardiff’s High Street Arcade (#16) on the 28th of June 2012.

The growing craze for French crêpes throughout Wales and the UK, along with the excellent feedback and continuously rising demands from customers over the past 4 years finally convinced Loïc and his team to open their first “La Crêperie de Sophie” shop in Cardiff.

The “Creperie” will offer a wide range of traditional crêpes and galettes (all freshly baked to order) on a fixed menu, as well as an Olympic Menu this summer with up to ten different special recipes featured throughout the Olympic games period. Prices will range from £3 to £6 on average, with lunch-time menus available each day. LCDS will also serve numerous hot and cold drinks, ice creams and French “Pâtisseries”.

La Crêperie de Sophie’s amazing journey began in 2008 in Llantwit Major nestled in the southern corner of East Wales. Loïc Moinon, a Frenchman born and raised in Brittany – the crêpe capital of the world – decided to fulfil his desire to share his culture and passion for food with British people, whilst making the most of this opportunity to communicate his unconditional love for his wife, Sophie.

Since then, Loïc and his team of Artisans Crêpiers have attended local & farmers’ markets, weddings, private parties and public and corporate events galore, enabling people to enjoy their “oh so delicious” sweet crêpes and savoury galettes, all made using only the best ingredients.

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  1. February 13, 2014 at 1:45 pm

    I love crepes, is this still going ?

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