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“First class”
Review of Crepes a Gogo

Crepes a Gogo
Cuisines: French
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Good for: Romantic, Local cuisine
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed April 2, 2013

Visited last week for lunch with our two children when 'whited out' with snow and had a superb lunch. We all had crepes sat in a bench type seating arrangement around an open log fire. The atmosphere in the place was excellent and in total harmony with the food.
A second day of heavy snow saw our kids switching to boarding and my wife and I returning to the same seats for a more serious approach to the menu. We had a some fizz to start and a fois gras and smoked duck salad, and a shared tartiflette washed down with a very nice Bordeaux followed by coffee for not much over 65euros which given the location and the setting of this busy restaurant we both thought was great value.

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Thank swift0262
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

All sorts of Crepes, savoury and sweet, all very, very delicious. Great atmosphere. Only accept cash but very reasonable prices.

Thank Catherine1402
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Reviewed March 1, 2013

This is my favourite restaurant in Les Deux Alpes, bar none. Don't be put off by the name, they also do an awesome raclette, fondue, hot stone/meat plate, as well as the best Tartiflette I've tasted in the alpes anywhere in the world! We ate there three times last week...

They have a great wine list, consisting of solid french wines sold at fair prices, rather than naff supermarket-bought wines sold with a massive markup. We got through a few bottles of their Apremont during our stay.

The staff are all really friendly, and luckily for us (not being amazing French speakers) all speak perfect English. The place is really nicely decorated, and you can tell that the owners take pride in the appearance of the place. I also love that it isn't just a room with a bunch of tables laid out in a square - each table is different and in a different nook or cranny of the building.

A minor thing, but I like that the staff genuinely care about the people eating in their restaurant - they operate an "airlock" on their door so that both front doors aren't open at the same time, keeping the people on the tables nearer the door nice and warm!

The only negative point I can think of is that they don't accept credit cards, which isn't the end of the world with plenty of cash machines nearby.

Just go there, you won't be disappointed.

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Thank ripuk
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Reviewed February 18, 2013

My son lost his wallet on holiday on the street. Upon our return to N Ireland, his driving licence and bank cards were returned in the post by the staff of Crepes a Gogo. It is lovely to see the honesty and helpfulness and I am sure this is a reflection of the business. Many thanks. We really appreciated this.

Thank Siobhan B
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Reviewed February 17, 2013

It's best to start with what restaurants could get away with here. This is a ski resort, with weekly client turnaround. There is no real need for this restaurant to deliver excellence, since failures one week will see a new influx of punters the next. Image is important, quality of food less so.

This restaurant takes pride however. Yes, it looks good, but more importantly, it delivers real quality. The food is excellent and is as well presented as the restaurant itself for a very modest price. The house Bordeaux could be a two euro bottle of slop. Instead, it is a wine that the restaurant boasts it has selected for it clientele and it is excellent.

Prices are cheaper for real quality here than the fast food pizza on the slopes. The real proof in the pudding, is that we never ate twice in a restaurant on the pistes, but found our way to Crepes a GoGo three times. It's badge is actually a misnomer. This is a far more than a creperie.

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1  Thank tonesterWales
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