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Eat Piping-Hot Crepes at These 12 Portland Creperies

Find Portland's best sweet and savory crepes with this handy map

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One of France's most versatile dishes, crepes have been quietly spreading across the collective Portland griddle for years. To help you navigate this sweet and savory world, this map features a solid selection of the best creperies and crepe-centric cafés throughout the city, including both restaurants and food carts (after all, crepes are one of France's ultimate street foods).

For more traditional French-rooted options, head to places like Suzette and Chez Machin, while Tiffin Asha serves Indian-style crepes, Mojo Crepes provides Japanese-style crepes, and Bing Mi furnishes the Chinese breakfast version. Don't see your favorite crepe spot? Give it a shout out in the comments below and spread the rich batter of love. (The points on this map are not ranked; rather they are organized geographically).

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Arugularium

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Mojo Crepes

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What’s the best way to top sweet Japanese-style street crepes? With ice cream, of course. Once filled with your choice of fruit, sauce, ice cream, and other goodies, the crepe is wrapped and served cone-shaped with a spoon. A casual vibe and booze-less menu (not to mention pool tables and retro arcade games) make this café a popular hangout for teens and families.

Chez Machin

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Suzette

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Perierra Creperie

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A long-time staple of Hawthorne’s Cartopia food cart pod, Perierra Creperie whips up more than 18 different crepe flavors from 8 a.m. to 3 a.m. everyday. Choose from traditional ham and gruyére or Nutella and bananas, to creative options like fried plantains and dulce de leche or bacon and dates. Add an egg for a little protein to any savory crepe for $1.

C'Est Si Bon!

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For an intimate, candlelit evening filled with modern French fare and wine (there’s over 150 bottles to choose from), this bistro-creperie delivers. Or if you're looking for a crepe on the go, seek out the C’est Si Bon! cart, which pops up at a handful of local farmers markets (including the Beaverton and PSU ones) throughout the year.

Tiffin Asha

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Flapjak

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Bring the kids to this cheerfully-painted creperie, formerly known as Silver Moon, and watch as your crepes are made through a large glass wall in front of the griddle station. There are 40-plus sweet and savory concoctions to choose from, with gluten-free (buckwheat) and vegan (chickpea) batters available.

Le Happy

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Bíng Mí

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This downtown food cart makes only one dish—the jianbing, one of China’s most popular street foods—and Bing Mi does it so well, you won’t want anything else. Inside the griddled crepe, find freshly scrambled egg, black-bean paste, and chili sauce melding with cilantro, pickled vegetables, and crunchy wonton-style crackers. Open for breakfast and lunch daily for the most part.

Snow White House Crepes

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Kat's Crepes

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Watch out breakfast burrito, your French cousin the breakfast crepe has arrived. At this pint-sized creperie, located inside the Congress Center building downtown, the fresh egg is cooked right on the crepe and then stuffed with bacon and cheddar cheese. Gluten-free and vegan batters are available.

Arugularium

[Photo: Facebook/Arugulariam]

Mojo Crepes

What’s the best way to top sweet Japanese-style street crepes? With ice cream, of course. Once filled with your choice of fruit, sauce, ice cream, and other goodies, the crepe is wrapped and served cone-shaped with a spoon. A casual vibe and booze-less menu (not to mention pool tables and retro arcade games) make this café a popular hangout for teens and families.

Chez Machin

[Photo: Facebook/Chez Machin]

Suzette

[Photo: Yelp]

Perierra Creperie

A long-time staple of Hawthorne’s Cartopia food cart pod, Perierra Creperie whips up more than 18 different crepe flavors from 8 a.m. to 3 a.m. everyday. Choose from traditional ham and gruyére or Nutella and bananas, to creative options like fried plantains and dulce de leche or bacon and dates. Add an egg for a little protein to any savory crepe for $1.

C'Est Si Bon!

For an intimate, candlelit evening filled with modern French fare and wine (there’s over 150 bottles to choose from), this bistro-creperie delivers. Or if you're looking for a crepe on the go, seek out the C’est Si Bon! cart, which pops up at a handful of local farmers markets (including the Beaverton and PSU ones) throughout the year.

Tiffin Asha

[Photo: Yelp]

Flapjak

Bring the kids to this cheerfully-painted creperie, formerly known as Silver Moon, and watch as your crepes are made through a large glass wall in front of the griddle station. There are 40-plus sweet and savory concoctions to choose from, with gluten-free (buckwheat) and vegan (chickpea) batters available.

Le Happy

[Photo: Yelp]

Bíng Mí

This downtown food cart makes only one dish—the jianbing, one of China’s most popular street foods—and Bing Mi does it so well, you won’t want anything else. Inside the griddled crepe, find freshly scrambled egg, black-bean paste, and chili sauce melding with cilantro, pickled vegetables, and crunchy wonton-style crackers. Open for breakfast and lunch daily for the most part.

Snow White House Crepes

[Photo: Yelp]

Kat's Crepes

Watch out breakfast burrito, your French cousin the breakfast crepe has arrived. At this pint-sized creperie, located inside the Congress Center building downtown, the fresh egg is cooked right on the crepe and then stuffed with bacon and cheddar cheese. Gluten-free and vegan batters are available.

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