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Parla Creperie is situated in Shibuya, Japan.
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Cute hole in the wall crepe shop with yummy but overpriced crepes. When I arrived to this place, there was no line. There is no seating area as well so you only order your food and then leave or stand to finish eating. I wasn't sure what was good here so I asked for his recommendations and he recommended me the Royal Milk Tea crepe. It didn't take too long to receive my order as I was only the person there. Overall, I really enjoyed the crepe. The cream inside definitely tasted like milk tea, but personally, there was too much cream ratio for me to handle all the taste and flavor. I wouldn't come back again however, because it was definitely pricey. My order was around ~ ¥900, on the lower end of the menu. The other crepes were definitely priced from ¥1,000 to ¥1,500. I recommend coming to try for the one time but you won't be missing anything if you decided to pass on it.
Tasty crepes but since I don’t annoy alcohol, I should have requested it to be withheld from my order. Great food, and quick service.
Little crepe shop, and by little shop I mean it almost counts as street food. Their special is a crepe and a shot of alcohol. While I was there, the line was 100% locals (uncommon for the area). The food itself was good, but seemed a little overpriced.
Tested good, a little bit overprice
Artisan crepes with best ingredients I say. I am eating through the menu. Not to miss out. Expensive but worth it all