Love Crepe

11:00am - 10:00pm
Shop 1, 104 Miller Street Pyrmont 2009


outdoor area

At Love Crepe the only typical things are the Nutella jars that line the counter.

Love Crepe specialises in handheld, Greek-style crepes – they are more pancake-y than the French style, which are more waffle-like. Just as on the streets in Greece, these are sold not with knives and forks but in a wrapped cone-shape, like a kebab.

Inside the crepes there’s Nutella, banana and biscuits; dark chocolate (Valrhona, no less), strawberries and coconut; or the extremely messy and enjoyable namesake crepe with white chocolate, buttercream, banana, dulce de leche, crumbed biscuits and vanilla gelato. The gelato is made in-house.

The owners, brothers Mike and Nick Kondilis, studied at the acclaimed Carpigiani Gelato University in Bologna, Italy. They have also brought back their teacher, ex-El Bulli pastry chef Francesco Giordiano to help them make the gelato. With Jersey milk and fresh ingredients as the base of each flavour, it’s soft in texture and experimental flavour-wise.

The décor is concrete, neon and tiles – it looks more like a design studio, or a modern diner.