Sydney has been fortunate enough to welcome four Frenchmen and their crepes to the North Shore’s Mosman precinct. As you wander along Military Road, take a peek down Avenue Road where you will see an assortment of cafes, including the Four Frogs Creperie, with hungry pedestrians hovering on the side-walk looking for a place to settle in.
The quaint yet comfortable, Four Frogs Creperie, serves up some of the best, if not the best crepes in Sydney (galettes if savoury). Big claim I know however, when you are planning on how many crepe based meals you can fit in a day without guilt, the problem must be more than your self control.
We visited Four Frogs for a Saturday brunch and were lucky to snag a table for the 3 of us without much fuss.
This was my 5yr old’s first crepe experience, so we splurged and ordered him a Nutella Crepe from the Little Froggy menu. The quietest 10 minutes of his life I can assure you.
Their menu has a significant range of galettes, crêpes, flambées and daily specials to entice you back again and again. The beverage menu, minimalist yet adequate, with a selection of Australian and French Ciders, Reds & Whites.
Since I first discovered Four Frogs Creperie, I have been more than happy to recommend and revisit their establishment, time and time again. Their success is also apparent with the opening of their new Creperie in Randwick.