So'Krep is an interesting place. Located few steps from Grenoble city center or from the city art museum, it looks like a fast food place from outside, especially because of the bright colors of the chairs and facade. But it is in fact a fairly good crêperie, serving two kinds: the galette made with buckwheat and the crepes made with regular flour.
I decided to order the Caraque crepe, made with emmental, bleu d'Auvergne (blue cheese) and goat cheese. I asked not to have walnuts as Jodi does not like it.
Jodi ordered the Péniche crepe, composed of Saint-Marcelin cheese, ham and honey.
Both crepes were delicious, the galette being perfectly made and earthy. They also both had lots of cheese in it, especially the Caraque one that was my favorite. But I admit that I was impressed by the Péniche that had lots of ham and a delightful sweetness from the honey that paired very well with the cheese.
With the crepes, we got a bottle of cider (Loïc Raison), sweet, that I recommend.
Last was dessert. I decided to go for a beurre / sucre (butter/sugar) that was so good I could have ordered a second one...
Our meal at So'Krep was delicious with prices that are reasonable considering the portions. It is definitely a good address if you are craving crepes in Grenoble.
Enjoy (i did)!
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So Krep' - 3 Rue Frédéric Taulier, 38000 Grenoble, France