Vancouver will soon be home to a brand new French restaurant that is all about sweet and savory crepes and pouring crispy cider.
Called Ça Marche Crêperie, the new venue is located in the budding “restaurant row” of the Vancouver House development and has set its opening day for Saturday, November 6, according to its Instagram account.
The new venture comes from renowned local restaurateur Maxime Bettili, owner of Kitsilano’s permanent French bistro Au Comptoir.
Ça Marche will offer traditional crêpes inspired by those from France’s Brittany region, as well as local cider, in what the restaurant describes as “a modern atmosphere.”
What distinguishes Brittany crêpes from all ol ‘crêpes? The people at Brittany Tourism – who are clearly big crêpe enthusiasts – explain as follows: “In Lower Brittany, crêpes are made with either wheat flour or buckwheat (sometimes still called sarrasin), but in Upper Brittany, the buckwheat pancake is tasty and called a galette. all of the thickness of the dough, the mixture of the flour, the chef’s know-how and some very well-kept secrets. “
Ça Marche has shared some glimpses of its menu offerings as well as the interior, giving a tempting hint of what’s to come when the doors soon officially open.
The new creperie joins an excellent array of restaurants already underway in Vancouver House, including a branch of the Autostrada Osteria and the newly opened Linh Café.
Ca Marche Crêperie is located at 1408 Continental St, Vancouver