La Bonne Crepe

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La Bonne Crepe

Phone
954-761-1515

Address
815 E.Las Olas Blvd.

Website
http://www.labonnecrepe.com/

La Bonne Crepe serves crepes styled from the region of Brittany, France. These crepes Bretonnes are a thin crispy crepe that is cooked on a flat grill. They are then folded into a unique conch shell design and stuffed with savory delicacies. Our fillings include everything from grilled flat iron steak to scallops. We offer 37 savory choices and 18 sweet possibilities!

In addition to our delicious crepes, we have a full range menu served at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast will satisfy both the sweet and salty lovers…fresh fruits, soft Country, Crepes, French Toast and the best Eggs Benedict in town! At lunch, enjoy a crepe, fresh salad options or a delicious LBC burger topped with caramelized onions, melted Gruyere cheese and French remoulade. Dinner includes fresh fish, a full rack of New Zealand lamb and our famous meatloaf. The options are endless…. the choice is yours!

Browse our online menu and prepare your taste buds for flavor sensations!

La Bonne Crepe has been destination dining on the historic Las Olas Boulevard since 1979. Originally opened by a French couple, the Saliba family has had the pleasure to serve customers since purchasing the restaurant in 1993. Our ever evolving menu is part of our ability to meet the need of today’s customers.
We have created all the charisma of a French Bistro without all the fussiness! Come in, relax and watch our Chef make your very own crepe in our open kitchen. If you prefer, sit on the terrace and watch the world walk by!
Check for our weekly specials and amazing Happy Hours….we don’t believe in just one!

We are delighted to serve you our time tested classics and customer favorites. Escargots Casserole, Johnny’s Favorite dessert crepe or Eggs Las Olas anyone?

La Bonne Crepe Restaurant Review

La Bonne Crêpe serves up its namesake dish morning, noon and night. Breakfast features crêpes made with fruit, as well as pancakes, waffles, french toast and omelets, while the lunch and dinner menus offer crêpes with a variety of ingredients—from fennel sausage and Gruyère cheese to sautéed chicken livers and ratatouille. A broader range of entrées are available in the evening, including coquilles St-Jacques, veal scaloppini, and filet mignon with béarnaise sauce. During the Sunset Dining promotion (4:30 p.m.-5:45 p.m. daily except holidays), guests can order a three-course meal for $20 with options like French onion soup or escargots, chicken piccata and ice cream.

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