Sydney Food Diary: Four Frogs Creperie, Randwick

They actually mill the buckwheat flour for their galettes (savoury crepes) themselves. This impresses me. Tasting these delicious galettes, perfectly crisp, with a great balance of ingredients, brought me right back to being in Paris. They really are delicious. They serve them up with a simple side salad. The specials are closer to $20; if you go for a sweet crepe or the most basic flavours, they are closer to $10.

One of the many restaurants around the Spot in Randwick, not all of them are open for lunch. We were attracted by the bright, cosy style and of course, the crepes.

It’s a good story too, told on their menu: four Frenchmen, loving life in Sydney, but not finding good crepes, decided to bring crepes to Sydney! Now they’ve got three locations.

Seems like they also serve up French cider. Definitely recommended.


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2 Responses to Sydney Food Diary: Four Frogs Creperie, Randwick

  1. I am so glad I have visited Four Frogs Creperie; I will never forget their crepe suzette – it was literally served flambé in front of me! The service was excellent as well, but I ain’t had the chance to taste their savoury galettes! Next time I will do, for sure! Feel free to read the full review at

    • andyq says:

      I love meeting other food bloggers. Nice to meet you. Beautiful website, you’ve got there. Great that you got to hang out in Sydney for a while.

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