New crepe cafe has Bundy diners hungry
CREPE lovers get ready - Bundaberg now has a dedicated crepe cafe serving a range of sweet and savoury delights.
Locals have been raving about the crepe creations with everything from prawns and eggs benedict to Nutella versions on the Crepery Cafe's menu.
A spokeswoman for Stockland Kensington, where the cafe is located, said the eatery had opened just before Christmas.
"Crepery Café offers customers not only a delicious array of sweet and savoury crepes, but also an all-day breakfast menu as well as freshly squeezedjuice, smoothies and great quality coffee,” she said.
"The café is located at the front of Stockland Kensington and has already quickly grown into a local favourite.”
The spokeswoman said the cafe was one of a group of new specailty stores opening in the complex at the former Bunnings site.
"Also opening before Christmas was Upper Crust Bakery, a new local Bundaberg bakery offering freshly baked bread in store daily,” she said.
"For customers needing a bit of pampering, the new Kensington Palace Nail and Beauty salon will be a welcome retreat.”
And there's good news for meat lovers who want a little extra protein in their day.
"The centre is also very excited to open Black Protein Snacks in the coming week featuring high quality beef biltong and jerky snacks,” the spokeswoman said.
"The healthy, high protein snack offers a natural substitute for protein shakes, powders and other low carb meals to help keep those new year health goals on track.”
Stockland Kensington centre manager Peter Cocking he was excited by the growth of the centre.
"We are proud to see so many new and exciting retailers joining Stockland Kensington offering our customers a greater neighbourhood retail experience,” he said.
"We encourage everyone to come on down and welcome our new retailers stopping in for a bit of pampering, a coffee and crepe, a freshly baked loaf or some fresh made jerky.
The $30 million Stockland Kensington complex opened in April last year, opposite Stockland Bundaberg (formerly Sugarland Shoppingtown).