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Breakfast-Time Bliss

Mom's cooking or not, the crepes at this cheerful cafe in Khan Market's potholed but popular food alley are feathery light

Breakfast-Time Bliss
Jitender Gupta
Breakfast-Time Bliss
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Mrs Kaur’s Crepes
66 Khan Market, First Floor, New Delhi 110 003

Phone: 43528300, 9818900005
Meal for two: Rs 1,200

Mrs Kaur exists—she’s the owner’s mom. But sarson ka saag and palak gosht are probably easier to find in her recipe book than a delectable Crepe Florentine, oozing spinach and cheese. Does it matter? Mom’s cooking or not, the crepes at this cheerful cafe in Khan Market’s potholed but popular food alley are feathery light—thanks, we hear, to training by an angrez chef, and occasional tweaking of recipes by a Frenchwoman (Madame Coeur, if you like) living in Delhi. She should do something about the Crepe Breton with its indigestible topping of overcooked scrambled egg.

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