Today I took some time out to visit Aubrey’s Traditional Crêperie, as it had come highly recommended. I am currently writing a ‘hidden gems of Nottingham’ article for a university magazine, and so decided I had to check the place out.
Tucked away in the West End Arcade (just off Angel Row and a short walk up from the Market Square), you could easily walk past every day and not realise that this quaint little Crêperie even exists.
Specialising in traditional savoury Galettes and sweet Crêpes, it takes it’s influence from cooking methods renowned in the Brittany region of France, and the food definitely does not disappoint.
The shop itself only has three small tables with a couple more outside, so quick and friendly service is guaranteed alongside a unique atmosphere.
I played it safe with my choice of food and ordered a goats cheese Gallette with a rose lemonade to drink. Altogether I paid just over five pounds, which I thought was pretty decent. The Crêpe was perfectly cooked and tasted delicious.
The cafe is kitted out with antique furniture which really adds character to the place and combined with the great food and unusual atmosphere makes it a must visit if you’re ever looking for somewhere different to head for your lunch.