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Since our last visit to LoLo’s Crepes, there had been a change in ownership. It was exactly three years ago to this day that we wrote our first review on them. No major changes were made to the menu but since it had been so long since our original stop, we swung by to check out the food truck focused on one of my favorite treats: crepes!



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LoLo’s Crepes specializes in French/Japanese-style crepes that are both sweet and savory. Here’s a look at the menu to give you an idea. They have different savory crepes that have a mix of breakfast and lunch options as well as an amazing selection of sweets.

Since we were attending a food truck rally and already had lunch at some other trucks, we opted to have our dessert at LoLo’s Crepes. We went with the following two options:

Sweet LoLo: nutella, marshmallows, ice cream, strawberries, bananas, whipped cream and chocolate drizzle
Smore’s: chocolate chips, marshmallows, graham crackers, whipped cream and chocolate drizzle.

It didn’t take long at all for our treats to arrive. Ironically enough these were the same crepes ordered on the very first visit. Some things don’t change I guess.

But then again some things do change. For starters, we loved the little container they came in. As you ate your crepe, there was a perforated line that allowed you to tear away the container inch by inch so you weren’t stuck trying to push up your crepe. It was brilliant by design.

As for the crepes themselves, they were delicious the first time but they were even better than I remembered. The exterior was fluffy with a tough enough texture to keep everything together. The ice cream on the Sweet LoLo didn’t melt through the crepe. It all held well together. Depending on your preference, you can’t go wrong with the Sweet LoLo or the Smore’s.

The very first time I tried the Smore’s, I remember being a little on the rich end. That wasn’t the case here. The marshmallows and whipped cream really lightened it up. Having it served warm straight from the food truck made the experience even better. You don’t want to let it sit around.

Same goes for the Sweet LoLo. It’s a crepe you have to eat right away. The nice blend of strawberries, bananas and whipped cream was a heavenly trio of flavors that tickled your taste buds. We loved them both and would order them again in a heartbeat.

LoLo’s Crepes didn’t lose a step. In fact, they took some major steps. I think it was truly much better this time around.

I keep telling myself to try the savory options but it’s really hard to pass up the sweet ones. Safe to say, these guys are still one of my favorite trucks in town.

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Happy Dining,

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