Eight Turn Crepe: Turning Our Guily Pleasure Into Something Totally Regret-Free

By Danielle Bimston

We’ve all got a guilty pleasure, but at Eight Turn Crepe they’re trying to make ours into something we never have to regret.  Over at this restaurant, they’re creating the perfect Japanese rice crepe; turning a delectable favorite into a much lighter, healthier option.  These amazing treats are perfect for any time of day, breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner, so whenever you’re hungry, Eight Turn Crepe has something that will satisfy your rumbling tummy!

So, why rice?

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Not only are rice crepes traditional to Japanese culture, but they are also easy on the allergies; these light, palate pleasing treats are gluten free (awesome, right!).  Over at Eight Turn Crepe, their chefs take rice four, whip it into a silky mix and throw it on the griddle to form a warm, fresh, thin Japanese pancake.  These amazing stuffing-holders are strong, pliable, and totally adaptive. Taking meals from the plate to a completely portable medium is what makes Eight Turn Crepe so irresistible!

What goes inside?

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Well, that’s up to you! Whether breakfast, lunch, or dinner, there are a ton of unique stuffings to try.  From Truffled Egg White Omelet to Shrimp Avocado to Banana Nut Chocolate, there are a variety of filling for absolutely any time of the day.  Some of the dessert options even offer ice cream inside, how can you resist!

Allow us to bring the taste of Tokyo to your office with Eight Turn Crepe.  Their crepes are so portable, it’s easy to take them anywhere.  Giving lunch in the office a new definition, feel free to eat these goodies while you work; we know you’ll fall in love.

DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat, a socially conscious online food ordering and concierge catering service featuring your favorite restaurants, food trucks and caterers. Check out the deliciousness here: www.foodtoeat.com

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