From Our Editors
Though crepes may trigger images of French pastry shops, that is only half the story at Yumé Crepe. That's because the Japanese owners wanted to fuse traditional crepe recipes with a touch of Asian flavor. This means that classic crepes—such as those filled with slices of strawberries and smears of Nutella—share the menu with Japanese versions filled with sweet red beans, chestnuts, and green-tea ice cream. These Eastern flavors even pervade the savory side of the menu, with a ham-and-cheese crepe appearing next to one loaded with teriyaki chicken. This mix of savory and sweet lets staffers serve both hearty meals and light desserts, making the eatery the perfect spot to see how many multicourse dinners you can eat in a single night.