This is without a doubt my favorite place to eat in Asheville. Everything is so fresh and delicious, and the people are so friendly. I always get the vegetarian crepe and one of their fabulous dessert crepes. You just can’t go wrong here!
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Down home, unpretentious - counter and table seating.You can watch the cook making your crepe.Near so many other places worth a visit - the basilica, Grove Arcade, coffee shops, bookstores, boutiques. I like the vegetarian crepe - the Faithful.
Food was really good. Loved the crunchy savory crepe and how i could hold it and eat. The sweet crepe was perfect. Definitely requires a good cup of coffee with it.
The reviews that tipped us off on more crunchy crepes were good tips- otherwise I would have been unprepared for the crispy wonderments. The local smoked trout was VERY tasty, and my husbands “Kenneth” was devoured just as quickly. He said the twisted sauce was...More
The food here was very good and the service was excellent. This is not crepes as I have eaten them before. I have only had the soft crepe. These are very crisp, almost like a crunchy tamale. We all had different fillings and they were...More
We were in downtown Asheville for a concert and had about an hour to grab some dinner. The regular restaurants were very busy, with wait times, so we strolled along until we came to the Twisted Crepe. We had never had anything like what the...More
The reviews of this place are totally off. It's a waste of money to go here. The soup lacks flavor. The crepes are bland, overpriced and disgusting. The waitstaff are in need of training. The decor is nonexistent except for the putrid color scheme. Don't...More
Extremely friendly staff and crepes that were so flavor filled. Had the Savory vegetarian crepe and it exceeded my expectations .
This was my first visit to the Twisted Crepe and hopefully I can visit again sometime. I ordered the Manic Monday Crepe with spinach, green pepper and mushrooms. It was brought to my table hot and delicious. I loved it so much that I went...More