Indulge in a flashy French classic that dates back more than a century at Bistro Maxine, a Parisian-inspired creperie. The spot serves a version of Crepe Suzette that is particularly popular. This indulgent dish begins with a traditional batter that is prepared fresh before being poured on the griddle. Once cooked, the crepe is dunked in hot orange juice, placed on a plate and covered in a blizzard of powdered sugar. The dessert is finished with a delicate flambe fueled by Grand Marnier or Cointreau liquor.
Special Dish: Crepe Suzette
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