After a two hour walk-about at the V & A Museum, my legs and back were crying for some TLC. I was only 4 months pregnant then but my stamina weren't what it used to be.
Darren, always planning ahead for what to eat, asked us if we wanted to try some crepes just around the corner, not too far from where the museum was.
Crepes? I thought about the half-baked ones that I took once or twice at Marche and the thought wasn't very inviting.
The place was really small but they managed to squeeze about 10 -12 tables in there. We were at the tailend of the lunch crowd and the wait for a table, albeit outdoors, took a mere 5 minutes. It was a beautiful day to sit outside. The smell of crepes wafting in the air - it was heavenly.
I can't remember what we ate now but the crepe was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. The mixture of the ingredients inside made the meal totally awesome. Of course with Oringina by the side.
Go try it when you visit London. All those people waiting in line for a table can't be wrong.
1. 2 Exhibition Road, South KensingtonLondon SW7 2HF
2. Sister restaurant: The Marylebone Crêperie at 71a Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2PJ