Bexley’s C’est Si Bon Helps Fill Crepe Void

| February 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

C’est Si Bon Cafe's pear and brie crepe. Photo: Rich Terapak Jr.

C’est Si Bon Cafe’s pear and brie crepe. Photo: Rich Terapak Jr.

is one of those places there are way too few of in our town – a creperie.

For a town that is earning a reputation for food this dearth had to be filled and this small place is helping to do that in a big way. It is located on East Main Street in Bexley in the same block as Giuseppe’s and the Drexel Theatre.

C’est Si Bon is not very large, but the menu is and it is very reasonable considering the quality and quantity of the product. Our family, including son Rich and his family, descended upon it on a recent Saturday during a white out—and it was still crowded.

Among the crepes sampled in this and previous trips were; the Black and Blue, the wonderful large thin crepe wraps tender beef slices, crumbled blue cheese, grilled mushrooms and caramelized onions, topped with a veal reduction sauce ($8.75); a chicken Cordon Blue with pulled chicken, ham and Swiss cheese with a spicy sweet mustard ($8.75); a pear and brie with walnuts and reduced balsamic ($7.25); and for the 3 year old granddaughter, a chocolate and strawberry special order combo which she ended up proudly wearing all over her face.

They have an extensive menu of savory and sweet crepes and some breakfast selections as well. This summer they promise to have outdoor seating as well, a welcoming thought with all the snow and ice on the ground.

C’est Si Bon
2258 E. Main Street, Bexley
614.824.5606
8 am – 8 pm, Monday through Saturday
C’est Si Bon Facebook page

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The senior Rich Terapak has been the resident restaurant reviewer for WOSU 89.7 for more than 15 years. He has taught cooking as a hobby for over 35 years, first with Jim Budros and for the last 30 plus with Steve Stover. (All of whom are amateurs, but zealots none the less.) Rich has been involved in menu planning for countless charitable events for decades and has often cooked for them as well. He has served as chair or honorary chair for several food related events, most recently as chairs with his wife, Roberta, along with his son and daughter–in-law, Rich and Cindy, for the granddaddy of them all, the CORA Food and Wine Gala for 2012. In his professional life Rich is a partner with the law firm of Porter Wright in Columbus and co-chairs the Health Care practice there.