- Griffin Swartzell
- Paris Crepe's Crepe Benedict,
But on to the food... and new to the menu, a Crepe Benedict ($10.99) gets filled with pastrami and cheese, then topped with three over-easy eggs, Hollandaise sauce and green onions. We upgrade to a buckwheat crepe for a buck more. It proves to be a substantial crepe, plenty thick but also plenty delicious, standing up adequately to all the yolk and Hollandaise atop. It tastes more like a hearty hash than Benedict, but for that, it’s satisfactory. A chai ($3.99/16-ounce) comes pleasantly perfumed in steaming milk, but not too rich.