NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Eight Turn Crepe, a fast-casual restaurant offering delicious, hand-crafted Japanese-inspired crepes, today announced the opening of its first-ever U.S. location in New York City on August 1. Serving appetizing crepes that are made fresh-to-order and served in a traditional Japanese cone-style, Eight Turn Crepe features better-for-you recipes with a Western-Asian influence. The new fast-casual concept is located in the heart of Manhattan at 55 Spring Street New York, NY.
Open to the public now, the new SoHo restaurant offers more than 20 menu items to satisfy every craving, from sweet and savory breakfast crepes, to light salad and tasty meat crepes, to mouthwatering desserts. Eight Turn Crepe recipes are made with high quality ingredients including fresh fruits and sweet berries, seasonal vegetables and homemade chocolate truffles. The company has developed a proprietary, first-to-market rice flour dough that is naturally gluten-free, as well as tofu-based sauce and yogurt whipped cream delivering a lower calorie experience with superior taste. The new eatery also offers drinks, including yuzulade and matcha latte (green tea), as well as La Colombe Coffee.
“Crepes are traditionally a guilty pleasure or indulgent treat. We’re redefining the way people think about and enjoy crepes by using fresh, unique ingredients you can feel good about eating,” said Hiro Nishisa, partner at Eight Turn Crepe. “New Yorkers live a busy lifestyle, but they’ve also got a sophisticated palette and won’t sacrifice taste for convenience. Our crepes are a delicious, on-the-go option made with high-quality ingredients and amazing flavor profiles that meet New Yorkers expectations.”
From August 1 through August 3, New Yorkers can enjoy a variety of Harajuku-themed activities and entertainment in-store to celebrate the launch of Eight Turn Crepe in the U.S. market. The Eight Turn Crepe concept originated in Ginza, Japan, with the opening of its first location in March, 2013. The SoHo restaurant is open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
About Eight Turn Crepe
Eight Turn Crepe is a fast-casual restaurant located in the heart of Manhattan offering delicious handcrafted Japanese-inspired crepes designed to be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner on-the-go. Eight Turn Crepe is redefining the way people think about the crepe by using fresh, unique ingredients people can feel good about eating. The company’s better-for-you recipes are crafted with a Western-Asian influence, are made-to-order and served in a traditional Japanese cone-style. With more than 30 menu items, there is a crepe to satisfy every craving from sweet and savory breakfast crepes, to light salad and tasty meat crepes, to mouthwatering desserts. The company delivers a lower calorie experience with superior taste using proprietary, first-to-market rice flour dough that is naturally gluten-free. The Eight Turn Crepe concept originated in Ginza, Japan, with the opening of its first location in March, 2013. Eight Turn Crepe is located at 55 Spring St., New York, NY 10012. For more information, please visit http://www.eightturncrepe.com, http://www.facebook.com/eightturncrepe or follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/eightturncrepe.