Crepes are excellent at holding several types of filling, just like three-layer cakes, envelopes, and hammer pants. Devour a delightful repository with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of fare and drinks at Crepes Tea House in West Springfield.
Crepes Tea House's Europe-influenced menu spans all three meals of the day, with hearty breakfast entrees served all day, Eastern European lunch and dinner items, and crêpes in both savory and sweet varieties. Choose your own filling adventure with the create-your-own-crêpe menu, with possible combinations such as honey-lemon-blueberry (small $5.55, large $7.55) and salmon-spinach-nut sauce (small $4.75, large $6.85), served with a choice of vegetables and sauces. For heartier eating, head east with Russian Sirniki, i.e. farmer-cheese pancakes ($6.55), or chicken Kiev, a boneless chicken breast pounded and rolled in garlic butter and herbs, served with a choice of mashed or home-fried potatoes and a choice of salad ($11.80). Finish any meal with a sweet Nutella crêpe (small $2.55, large $3.55) and a hot cup of one of Crepes Tea House's 100-plus varieties of tea.
Eight Yelpers give Crepes Tea House a perfect five-star average rating:
- Amazing place. From the atmosphere, to the staff, to the menu, this place is a hidden gem. – Dan N.
- The stuffed peppers were tasty especially the beef and veal inside. I enjoyed the potato pancakes and the tea as well. The best part of the meal was the crepes. The really know how to make them. – Dimitri M.
Crepes Tea House
Crepes Tea House is a cozy, sun-drenched eatery that offers homemade crepes, more than 100 varieties of tea, and Eastern European specialty dishes for every meal of the day. As customers sink into one of the cafe's big, plush couches, artisan chefs make savory crepes with beef, pork, and turkey, or sweet ones with fresh fruit, warm chocolate, or honey. Items such as zucchini, potato, or farm-cheese pancakes and Polish sausage are served at breakfast, while lunch sees plates of Siberian pelmeni dumplings packed with ground beef and stacked to form a wall that can be seen from space. At dinner, the restaurant's chefs glaze fresh salmon with honey and pan-fry whitefish and tuna cutlets until golden brown. Whether patrons carry a conversation at one of the eatery’s tables for a full meal, or settle at the sleek bar for a quick cup of tea or coffee, the teahouse’s vibrant orange walls and floor-to-ceiling windows make for a comfortable experience.