Four Frogs crepes

Best crepes in Sydney for Vivid Festival: Four Frogs Creperie

The countdown is on to Vivid Sydney, where spectacular light exhibitions transform the city over a three week period commencing Friday 24 May. While there will be events taking place all over the city, Circular Quay, Sydney Opera House and The Rocks will no doubt take centre stage during this iconic light festival.

As the city illuminates from 6pm each evening, you’ll probably want to grab dinner before, after or in between discovering the inspiring light installations. The nights will be cool, so what better way to warm up than indulging in a warm glass of mulled French cider and a delicious crepe at Circular Quay’s Four Frogs Creperie.

Founded by four Frenchmen who fell in love with Australia, Four Frogs Creperie is the real deal when it comes to mouth-watering sweet crepes and galettes (savoury crepes).

With over 50 variations of a mix of crepes and galettes on offer, even the fussiest eaters amongst us will find something to satisfy. For those seeking a traditional French galette, you can’t go past the La tartiflette which is produced with bacon, Swiss and raclette cheese, potato and onion slow-cooked in cider. You can choose to add an egg to the topping, which is highly recommended if you really want to enjoy the complete ‘la tartiflette’ experience.

We’ll also let you in on a very important tip, particularly during those cold evenings by the harbour: the homemade mulled cider is exceptionally good, so why not spoil yourself and order a glass to accompany your meal. Made with Kerisac French cider, orange, cinnamon, lemon juice and Grand Marnier, you won’t regret indulging.

In celebration of Vivid, Four Frogs Creperie also have a Vivid-themed crepe available during the festival – topped with crushed white chocolate Tim Tam, a berry coulis and chocolate ice cream. If you don’t have the luxury of time and would prefer to saunter around the harbour with something to keep you going, you can order takeaway crepes – the perfect fare for those on the go. With crepes starting from $7, Four Frogs Creperie is also an affordable option in a precinct which can be somewhat expensive.

If you’re heading to Taronga Zoo to enjoy the Vivid animal light sculptures, Four Frogs Creperie is also conveniently located in Mosman, which will be open until late from Wednesday to Sundays. Four Frogs Creperie at Circular Quay is open until 11pm from Sunday to Thursday and open until midnight on Friday and Saturday. Bon appétit!

Where: Circular Quay – Gateway Sydney, 1 Macquarie Place or Mosman – Shop 1, 175 Avenue Road

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