Fresh, authentic and international with no 'Indian-ized' twist.Serves crepe, sandwiches and salads mostly. Start and end with the Nutella crepes. Seriously soul food.The salads varieties are good. Fresh & tasty. Pretty large sandwich portions but do keep place for the yummy dessert.This has a packed floor every. But the prices are only on the expensive side. Otherwise it's got a vibrant nicely styled ambience.
This tiny crepe joint cn provide a taste of it right here in Bombay. The space gets packed wit office mates for weekday lunch, but they dont linger, so the longest wait time is 10 minutes. Try the Mediterranee, with grilled chicken, olive tapenade, mozzarella, and tomatoes, or the Italie, with arugula, a tomato coulis, mozzarella, and oregano, or build your own crepe from an extensive list of ingredients. Salads are washed in bottled water n safe. Sweet crepes come wit various combinations of Nutella, jam, fruit, n cream.
I honestly had no idea of what a crepe was, and so we all decided to give it a shot! It was so exciting to go check out a French Creperie! 1. Crepes: I know what ingredients I like, and I hence went for the Mediterranean crepe which has olives, mozzarella, chicken bits and sun dried tomatoes. All of which I like. So not used to much of wheat breads besides the staple roti, I didn't take to the base instantly. But the toppings helped me a great deal through it. So I wouldn't say anything negative about the food, all I can say that it was a GOOD FIRST TRY! Not everyone is bound to like the flavors. I guess crepes are all about what goes over it. To go with it, I ordered their hot chocolate and it was yum! 2. The AMBIANCE: It was all wood and quaint, just the way I like it. The lights are warm and slightly dim, and from outside it throws a very warm, welcoming effect. It was perfect for a quiet evening with friends since I went their on a weekday. Oh, and they have some really nice book collection especially travel within India. The books enlightened me about the multitudes of things I could do within Bombay city! (Digressed a little there) 3. The main person at the time I went behind the bar (I think he owns the place) That gentleman was very warm and helped us in placing our order since we were all new to the crepe culture which furthermore made it a very lovely experience. 4. Rates: For the location, interior works, I guess we were bound to pay a wee bit more. But for the experience I had their, it was totally worth it. I played safe by ordering the dark chocolate one but I wish I was a wee bit adventurous to try their white chocolate for the sake of trying it. And I wish I had gone there more! It had the bearings of a place perfect for a quiet evening set for reading or writing!!
I used to frequent this place when I was i Bombay. It's a cosy little cafe which serves salads, crepes and desserts. I loved the dark chocolate and banana crepe and another savory crepe that I had tried there. Apparently they're supposed to be quite healthy since they're made of buckwheat flour. I also loved the hot chocolate... just yummy. Although it's a bit on the expensive side, I thought it was worth the money and was a different experience!
If one wants to experience some delicious crepes, one must visit Suzette in Nariman Point. Hidden between Hoecht House and NCPA in the Atlantic building, its proximity to Status in no ways mars its own status as a little French crepe eatery. Whenever I visited the joint, and that is several times mind you, it has managed to delight me with its salad, veg crepes, drinks and the sinful chocolate crepe. Space is an issue though we understand the rental prices in South Mumbai can be quite a shock.
It took a friend from France to make me aware of Suzette's presence in S.Mumbai. Francophile that i am, i dragged a willing friend to this quaint little french corner near NCPA and was bowled over by the ambiance first of all. It was just like revisiting Paris all over. Though not completely French, no aperos, no vins- the menu doesn't disappoint even the vegetarians. Tried Croques and Crepes and they were yummy. Will go again and again to try all the dishes. Loved their 'Books corner'. one can browse Monets paintings, streets of Paris, Newspapers...and of course a free Mumbai guide book! I wish the staff were trained to pronounce the items of the Menu in French! What i badly needed there? A French guy to converse in French ;)
An impromtu lunch plan made me and my cousin come looking for Suzette, which is tucked away into the corners of Nariman Point. Had heard abt this place and wanted to try its crepes. The place is really small yet welcoming. The crepes we tried were delicious, ingredients were fresh and it felt as if we were in one of the cafes in France. They were a good combination of healthy and tasty...filling too!!! WIll definitely come back for another taste...
I had a light brunch here in March 2012, consisting of the Complete (a savory buckwheat crepe with ham, emmenthal and a fried egg sunny side up), the Nord (a savory buckwheat crepe with smoked salmon, fresh cream, lemon and dill) and a sweet crepe with Belgian chocolate, home made caramel and peanuts. The crepes were terrific, if a tad expensive, and I will revisit as time permits.
Such a lovely and peaceful place in crazy Mumbai ! The food is outstanding, i was really impressed... fresh ingredients, amazing juices and smoothies, the best home made chocolate in town (trust me !) and all the suzette specials are just perfect. Last but not least : what a pleasure to meet really nice french people ! always smiling and enjoying to talk about everything, i really appreciate :) Definitely THE PLACE TO EAT / THE PLACE TO BE Hope we'll enjoy more Suzette in town !