The former Pasha Frozen Yogurt now hosts the second location of Paris Crepe
, sister to the long-tenured spot on Tejon Street. Seating’s limited and close together in the small space, which can feel either cozy or cramped, depending on one’s perspective. We decide to dine savory, ordering a Chinese breakfast crepe ($6.99) and a lunch menu mushroom crepe ($10.99), both in standard wheat crepes.
The former’s packed with scrambled egg, scallions, raw red onions, tomato, sesame and tahini. We don’t get much of the sesame or tahini, mostly tasting allium bite mellowed by the egg and tomato, which is a pretty pleasant thing by our reckoning. The mushroom crepe pairs the diner’s choice of chicken, steak or spinach with sautéed onion, Jarlsberg cheese, mushrooms and a garlic Parmesan cream sauce. We opt for steak and chow down on a rich, peppery, savory delight, made all the more pleasant by toothsome bites of beef.