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If you want to knock your socks off, head over to Crepe De France in Pikes Market, Seattle. The most amazing crepes!

Jen had a savory Crepe du Jour with mozzarella, ham, and spinach. A dollop of dijon mustard for dipping –  perfection!

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Naturally, Klint is interested in the sweeter crepes, so he went for the Crepe Aux Peaches. Filled with vanilla cream and fresh Washington peaches. Topped off with piles of whipped cream. Stop the press! This baby is ah-maze-ing.

Eating in their restaurant is cramped and noisy with many patrons coming and going. We opted to step outside and eat downstairs in a public seating space.

The wait is a little long, but totally worth it. Go hungry – bon appétit!

Overall: 4/5
Food: 4.5/5
Service: 3/5 Don’t expect them to chit-chat. Busy kitchen and these guys have a groove to their work that doesn’t include entertaining a long line of tourists.
Price: About $13 per crêpe. Totally worth the steep price.

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About Jennifer Armitstead

Jennifer Armitstead is a career coach and coporate talent consultant. She helps people be their best at work. She supports companies by developing strong teams through recruiting, training and coaching. For more information about Jennifer: http://MovingForwardSolutions.com

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