Bon Crepe: Parfait in the Freezing Cold

Diana Chan December 11, 2013 Dessert, Downtown, Japanese, Three Beakers

Bon Crepe

It was a cold night in Vancouver, -5 degrees to be accurate. We were having dinner at Tableau and didn’t want to walk very far for something sweet. Some may say we are lazy, but women just don’t do well in the cold. Even when we are indoors, we complain that it’s cold. We are always cold.

We decided to pop into Konbinya to see what Bon Crepe has to offer. Perhaps we wanted a crepe of some sort or an ice cream.

Bon Crepe

When we went inside of the Konbinya entrance, we discovered they had parfait for a little under $7. This sparked our interest since we had parfait on our minds but didn’t want to walk to Chicco.

Bon Crepe

Green Tea Parfait ($6.62) has a piece of sponge cake, corn flakes, vanilla ice cream, tapioca pearls, green tea soft serve, green tea cake, green tea ice cream, green tea syrup, red bean, green tea powder, whipped cream and a wafer.

Green tea overload but it was great for our sweet tooths. It’s large, so I wasn’t able to finish it all since I ate too much at dinner.

Bon Crepe

Pudding Parfait ($6.62) has sponge cake, corn flakes, tapioca pearls, vanilla ice cream, custard pudding, vanilla soft serve ice cream, whipped cream, caramel sauce, strawberries, and a wafer.

Bon Crepe

The parfait is good but not as good at Chicco a few block down the street. The toppings are slightly different, but it’s really up to personal preference.

Bon Crepe

While you’re there, you should check out all the Japanese snacks at Konbinya. There’s always sales and you can find some cool drinks and candy.

We rate Bon Crepe: 

1238 Robson St
Vancouver, BC


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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

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