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Keen On Crepes

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Located on Tanjong Pagar Road, Keen On Crepes is a cafe serving crepes.

Mon to Fri: 9.30am - 10.30pm, Sat, Sun & PH: 11.30am - 10.30pm

+65 62210282
$8 based on 13 submissions
Dinner (5 votes), Chillout (4 votes), Healthy Eating (4 votes)
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New address, GREAT VALUE and Flavour.

Realized that the Tanjong Pagar Outlet is closed. However, Found from their facebook that they are now located at One Raffles #B1-03E!

It was quite hard to find at first as it was located at the corner. Try looking for delifrance and its just a few shops away.

I had the Sesame Chicken Crepe which was surprisingly delishhhhhh!!
The portion is huge and even a big eater like me was left stuffed! generous filling of fresh vegetables and lots of yummy sesame chicken! I chose to order the Set , for add $1.50 , i got a 500ml 100% coconut water , a bowl of soup and a mini salad.

It seems pretty healthy too w no Trans Fat & hydrogenated oil!

Will try their raved Hummus Crepe/ Thai Chicken Crepe next time!

Value for Money, Tops of flavour .

Woots, will definitely return!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • 100% Coconut Water1 vote
  • Hummus Crepe1 vote
  • Hummus vegetarian crepe1 vote
  • Pandan crepe with Kaya+Papaya filling1 vote
  • Sesame Chicken Crepe1 vote
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• 08 Dec 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

New address, GREAT VALUE and Flavour.

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Realized that the Tanjong Pagar Outlet is closed. However, Found from their facebook that they are now located at One Raffles #B1-03E!

It was quite hard to find at first as it was located at the corner. Try looking for delifrance and its just a few shops away.

I had the Sesame Chicken Crepe which was surprisingly delishhhhhh!!
The portion is huge and even a big eater like me was left stuffed! generous filling of fresh vegetables and lots of yummy sesame chicken! I chose to order the Set , for add $1.50 , i got a 500ml 100% coconut water , a bowl of soup and a mini salad.

It seems pretty healthy too w no Trans Fat & hydrogenated oil!

Will try their raved Hummus Crepe/ Thai Chicken Crepe next time!

Value for Money, Tops of flavour .

Woots, will definitely return!
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• 06 Oct 2012 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Delicious wallet freindly and super healthy crepes

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Delicious wallet friendly and super healthy crepes - you never hear all these 3 together. But keen on crepes does offer this. I have tried all the crepes here and not a single one that I dislike. Awesome lunch place at One Raffles Place. Too bad they shut the one at Tanjong Pagar. Used to enjoy going there. They use no deep frying, no trans fats, super healthy and very tasty.

I have pics up on this blog of the crepes:

http://urbanfoodlover.wordpress.com/

http://urbanfoodlover.wordpress.com/2012/10/06/yes-i-am-keen-on-crepes-today/



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• 16 Oct 2011 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Tasty crepes at affordable prices

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A simple no-frills joint offering good tasty crepes at really affordable prices. I had the hummus crepe (vegetarian) which was really nice and tasty while a friend had the sesame chicken. Both of us loved crepes and had sampled many from different places locally and while overseas. Must say we were impressed with the quality and the simplicity of the meal. No oil, no trans-fat, no sugar and no salt, yet the food was still delicious!
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