Crepes are not just for sweetie pies anymore. Jean Le Gourmound in the West Village offers a variety of ways you can fill a crepe. Found in six locations throughout France, New Yorkers won’t find a Chef at Jean Le Gourmound, but instead a finely-tuned revolutionary crepe machine offering flawlessly crafted affordable, homemade savory and sweet crepes. Made fresh on-premise daily, the crepe batter is crafted using a secret homemade recipe and special blends of flour.
If you want to mix it up and put your sweet tooth aside, the healthier side of the menu includes a savory combination of crepes that are filled with ham, cheese, guacamole and cheddar. If you’re an early bird, the breakfast menu option is the way to go with fillings including bacon, eggs, cheese, mushroom and spinach. For those with a sweet tooth, original familiar crepe fillings include nutella, bananna, chocolate and almond, dulcu de leche, apricot and strawberry or blueberry jam.
The menu at Jean Le Gourmound offers an array of flavorful varieties with everything under $10 from a $2 sugar crepe to $8 options like the salmon, guacamole and cheddar. Heartier choices include ham and cheese, chicken and cheese, goat cheese and honey, chicken guacamole and cheddar, and salmon, guacamole and cheddar.
By NJ Dean & Kinya Claiborne, STYLE & SOCIETY