Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café has announced its newest location will open in Century Square, adjacent to Texas A&M University, in Spring 2018. Sweet Paris is an irresistibly charming restaurant offering an extensive selection of sweet and savory crêpes. Made from scratch, the dishes are as delicious as they are beautiful.
The two founders of this stylish restaurant, Allison and Ivan Chavez, have made it their personal mission to “revive the art of eating crêpes.” They’ve traveled the world searching for flavors and new ways to bring this popular street food to the market. They feel that a crêpe is a canvas, and a perfect delicious crêpe is the result of artistic cooking and using the best and freshest high-quality ingredients. In addition to crêpes, the menu has grown to include waffles, salads, paninis, soups, milkshakes, and hot drinks.
“We are thrilled to bring the delicious worlds of crêpes to the College Station community, where locals and visitors alike are serious about fun and food,” said Allison Chavez. “Sweet Paris has a prime location in the centrally located Century Square development, where our fans can eat, play, shop, and work. This strategic expansion to one of the most diverse communities in Texas will give Sweet Paris the opportunity to grow into other markets as alumni of Texas A&M make their way back home and to new cities after graduation.”
The appeal of Sweet Paris is seen in its food and charming French, industrial décor. The fresh simplicity of the design allows the food to be the star. It’s a conducive space for families, friends, and lovers to indulge in a beautiful setting for breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner, or dessert.
The crêpe menu is rounded out by sweet and savory selections. Breakfast crêpes are served daily until 3pm. Breakfast crêpes including the croque madam made with scrambled eggs, gruyere cheese, smoked ham & béchamel sauce; la canadienne made with poutine cheese, scrambled eggs, potatoes, bacon and maple syrup; the feast made with scrambled eggs, feta, ricotta, mozzarella, tomatoes, spinach and mushrooms; the Alaskan made from smoked salmon, pickled red onions, capers, scrambled eggs, topped with dill and sour cream; and more. A soon-to-be town favorite, the Aggie, will be made with mozzarella cheese, bacon, sausage, potatoes, two scrambled eggs, and fresh jalapeños.
If making the world a sweeter place is a mission of the founders, the selection of sweet crêpes is heaven sent. Nutella crêpes with just Nutella or Nutella and strawberries and bananas are a Sweet Paris signature. Other star desert crêpes include apple cinnamon crème brûlèe with torched vanilla cream and caramelized apples, dulce de leche served with your choice of fruits, and the Instagram favorite, s’mores with Nutella featuring torched marshmallows, graham crackers, and semi-sweet chocolate.
Savory crêpes include the chicken enchilada; chicken carbonara; smoked ham and aged gruyère with Dijon mustard, fresh oregano, and béchamel sauce; turkey, grapes, and brie made with roasted turkey, French brie, red grapes, spring mix, walnuts, and Dijon mustard vinaigrette; truffled Caprese made with mozzarella, basil infused cherry tomatoes, and truffle oil; and the vegan made from Portobello mushroom, black bean puree, corn salsa, and chipotle sauce.
Salads, seasonal soups, and paninis add freshness to the menu. A fresh
spinach quinoa is a vegan option, and the salade de chèvre is a new take on
bistro fare made with spring mix, goat cheese, walnuts, almonds, cherry
tomatoes, dried cranberries, parmesan crisps and Dijon vinaigrette.
New on the menu is a delicious selection of milkshakes. The Nutella graham, very berry, Reese’s, and toasted coconut dulce de leche are fun for kids and grownups alike.
The new 2,280 square foot restaurant with a beautiful patio will seat 140 and will be open daily. Drink options include Nutella hot chocolate, coffees, wine, champagne, mimosas, beer, and hard cider will be available.
Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café currently has three locations: Houston, Rice Village, Houston CityCentre, and Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico.