07.08.2011 07.Aw-Elul, 5771
Tel Aviv's Suzette has all the best types of crepes.
What is the best crepe? How about one stuffed with leeks, egg and cheese that you can enjoy as a hearty breakfast meal? Or what about one topped with mozzarella, pesto and cherry tomatoes that make it the perfect light but filling lunch? Or is it simply the classic sweet crepe filled with Nutella or caramel, accompanied by a scoop of ice cream? Suzette, named after the legendary French dessert, opened its doors in Tel Aviv a few months ago, offering a taste of France that, according to its manager, is “delicious, satisfying and fresh” and is appropriate for absolutely any time of day.
While the cafe may be far removed from the quintessential image of a Parisian street with views of the Eiffel Tower, Suzette’s interior has a modern take on a romanticized Paris, complete with glass tables that feature squares reminiscent of a French picnic blanket, and plenty of blue and white stripes on the furniture that give the place a truly Mediterranean feel….