Our Menu


Plain: sweet crepe with butter and powdered sugar.

Nutella: sweet crepe with Nutella (rich hazelnut, cocoa spread) and house made whipped cream with a chocolate sauce drizzle.

Banana Nutella: sweet crepe with Nutella, sliced banana and house made whipped cream with a chocolate sauce drizzle.

Strawberry Nutella: sweet crepe with Nutella, ripe strawberries and house made whipped cream with a strawberry sauce drizzle.

Dulce de Leche: sweet crepe with Argentinian Dulce de Leche (translation “milk candy”, a rich, creamy caramel sauce) and house made whipped cream with a caramel sauce drizzle.

Poppers, Italian S’Mores & Amsterdam Fries

Fire Cheese Poppers: wraps with chunks of Hennings Mango Fire Cheddar cheese and Oregon Peach Jam. Deep fried bites of heat and sweet!

Italian S’Mores: Pizelle cookies (Italian Waffle Cookie) sandwiched with marshmallow and Hershey’s chocolate, broiled to perfection. Italian version of the gooey, chocolaty delicious American treat!

Amsterdam Fries: Fresh cut French Fries with your choice of a variety of savory toppings, inspired from Vlaams Friteshuis Vleminckx (“The Sauce Master”) on the streets of Amsterdam .

  • Curry Ketchup
  • Cilantro/Lime Mayonnaise
  • Mayonnaise
  • Ketchup

32oz Vietnamese Fruit Drinks

Vietnamese Soursop: With aroma similar to pineapple, the flavor of the Viet-namese Soursop fruit has been described as a combination of strawberries and apple, and sour citrus flavor notes, contrasting with an underlying creamy texture reminiscent of coconut or banana.

Vietnamese Mango: Vietnamese Mango is a bit “different” than how most common Mangos taste, seemingly almost candy-like because of its sweetness and practically complete absence of acidity. It still tastes like Mango, but not what you’re used to.

Vietnamese Pink Guava: Vietnamese Pink guava has a fragrance that can only be described as seductive with tropical notes of papaya, passion fruit, melon and ripe pear. They have a moderate acidity and are very sweet.

Vietnamese Watermelon: Watermelon juice, called nước ép dưa hấu, is a staple at any restaurant in Vietnam. Similar to the taste of U.S. melons with a touch more sweetness.

Vietnamese Passion Fruit: Vietnamese Passion Fruit has a strong flavor profile with a kick of acidity coming from citric acid. Refreshing and delicious.

Vietnamese Pineapple: Vietnamese Pineapples grown in the north of Vietnam, these have a stronger fragrance and taste and less water content.