At Crepes of Wrath, the possibilities are endless.
While you can order one of their delectable creations, you can also customize your own crepe, and there is a long list of fillings and toppings to choose from — fancy something sweet? Try the blueberry batter with Nutella and bananas. Prefer savory? Get the garlic batter with mushrooms and chicken. The fruit and vegetables are always freshly chopped, and depending on the season, there is typically a limited-time offering on the menu (think pumpkin batter in the fall, green batter around St. Patrick’s Day).
There are several batters to choose from, including gluten-free and vegan (for both savory and sweet crepes), and smaller size crepes for kids.
Crepes of Wrath is in a cozy space on East Citrus Avenue in downtown Redlands, with no indoor seating. Diners are greeted by a bold neon sign that says, “Holy Crepe Love Yourself,” and one of the friendly employees who are more than happy to offer their suggestions on how to build the perfect crepe. While there’s no place to sit inside Crepes of Wrath, there is a wooden bar outside with room for a few people, and since it’s downtown, there are several tables and benches available just steps away.
Crepes of Wrath is at 31 E. Citrus Ave., Redlands, and open Sunday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 a.m.
TIPS: Have a craving for a holiday feast, but it’s not November? Get the Thanksgiving crepe, which comes with turkey (baked in-house), stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Another standout is the Rava Dosa, a vegetarian feast with curry, butternut squash, jalapeños, onions, coconut, and garbanzo beans. —Catherine
Posted: Sept. 22, 2019