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Crepe Creation Café

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A French-inspired café serving breakfast and dinner. From omelets and Belgian waffles to steaks, seafood, and sandwiches, you’ll love our cuisine.

Crepe Creation CaféRecent Reviews

Jennifer Hupko

5 months ago

Food was great, as was the service, but the bartender was a touch cocky when asked about ingredients in drinks.

Pavel Leonchik

5 months ago

Highly recommend freshly squeezed orange juice. Great service.

Stacey Virgina

a month ago

We were very excited to visit this place, Entering upon we saw most of the tables were empty besides the whole restaurant was less than half full but the waiter decided to place us next to a restroom. The person who came to take the order wasn’t friendly and ultimate we hated the whole vibe so ended up only ordering just hot chocolate and ice tea. I wish we could have ordered more. Almost all restaurants know that it’s just not only good tasty food that matters but its also the experience for their customers that matters too. From what we tried we could say hot chocolate was good! But I would give Zero or even less than Zero when it comes to the whole customer experience and the vibe. May be the store manager should train their employees better when it comes to customer service. If your employees are rude and showing attitude why would anyone would like to even spend a dime over here! I’d rather go to any other place where their food along with customer service is top notch and there are many cafes and bakeries in this surrounding area and their food and their customer service is simply exceptional.

Kim R

2 weeks ago

Swanky little spot close to Myrtle Beach. We got the build your own omelette and a crepe which were both amazing. Our waiter was great as well. We were happy to find this family owned spot on our way out of town this morning and will definitely go back when we are at Myrtle next time.

lyra cummings

5 months ago

Terrible service and food is bland and not worth the price point. Definitely a place only to go for “experience” not actual quality food