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CDC Brochure FINAL .pdf

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Cafe de Crepe

Mississippi Marketplace

4233 N. Mississippi Ave.
(at Skidmore)

Good Food Here


Sweet & Savory
Food Carts
4298 SE Belmont St.
(at 43rd)

Farmer’s Markets

Montavilla, South Waterfront,
Beaverton, Kenton

Farmer’s Markets
(503) 928-2854


Sweet & Savory

About the Owner
Chayanid Walton
honed her skills and
palate working in
restaurants and fine
dining establishments
in Toronto, Charlotte
and Portland.
She studied Culinary
Arts in Washington
and co-launched her
first crepe cart in 2011.

Cafe de Crepe creates sweet and
savory meals for breakfast, lunch,
dinner and dessert—and tempting
treats for every snack in between.
From the light savor of
the Marguerite
(tomato, basil, garlic
and mozzarella) to the
sinful indulgence of the
Madeline (strawberry,
sweet cream and
whipped cream),
there’s a dish for every desire.
Kids—big and small—love seeing their
meal made before their eyes, and the
final wrapped “cone” presentation is an
experience in itself.

When most people hear the word,
“crepe,” they think dessert! Cafe de
Crepe certainly does feature a tantalizing
variety of sweet treats, but our innovative
savory options leave customers making all
sorts of “nummy sounds,” with eyes
Our batter is precisely mixed for a light,
fluffy texture that won’t fall apart in your
For those with specific dietary
requirements (or a taste for it) we offer a
buckwheat version of our shell.

Ice Cream
Our guests often finish their meals with a
delightful scoop or two of hand-crafted
ice cream or an invigorating fresh fruit
smoothie—both of which are made with
only the freshest, essential ingredients.
Our strawberry ice cream is made with
strawberries; not strawberry flavoring. The
banana ice cream is made with bananas.
For chocolate, we use cocoa powder.
Traditional flavors, traditional methods.

Our delectable smoothies are dairy
free and made using real fruit
(except, of course, the green tea
smoothies). We use soy milk
and honor “no sugar”
requests, which means
you get all the flavor
and energy without
undesirable additives.

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