Feel at home at this quaint crepe cafe.
Sitting at the bottom of Capitol Hill is Saley, a charming and funky crepe restaurant with both sweet and savory treats, and a selection of baguette sandwiches. I instantly felt welcome when I walked into the café as I was greeted by a smiling woman making crepes. She gave me a menu and told me to pick a seat. It’s hard to choose between a sandwich and a crepe, so I went for both and you should too.
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The avocado chicken bacon sandwich ($8.25) has herb chicken breast with bacon, ripe avocado, lettuce, tomatoes and onions with their homemade garlic sauce. I tried to save room for the dessert crepe that I ordered, but managed to finish this in about thirty seconds.
L’Original crepe ($7.95) is ham with mozzarella cheese, spinach and homemade crepe sauce. An egg can be added for an additional dollar.
I always have Nutella with bananas and whipped cream ($5.25) for a sweet crepe, and if you’ve never tried one, you must now. Be careful – Nutella is addictive. I once went through a jar in about a week and swore it off. That didn’t last long.
For a good deal, you can mix and match a savory and sweet crepe, or a baguette sandwich and sweet crepe ($10.99).
Saley | 1361 E. Olive Way, Seattle | (206) 405-3444