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Monday, December 27, 2010

Belly Good Cafe's Smiley-Face Treat

Posted By on Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 2:46 PM

At last ― kawaii you can lick. - TAMARA PALMER
  • Tamara Palmer
  • At last ― kawaii you can lick.

With this happy face crepe, Belly Good Cafe and Crepes might have managed the ultra-difficult feat of serving the cutest food item in all of Japan Center. The base model ($4) features a crepe "cone," a choice of eight ice cream flavors (such as green tea, espresso, and lychee) and 11 sauces (including caramel, condensed milk, and chocolate), with add-ons like custard, corn flakes, and coconut, starting at a quarter. An unexpected treat we devoured at the end of a too-big lunch, Belly Good's happy face made us realize that, no matter how full you are, you can always make room for a little smile.

Belly Good Cafe and Crepes: 1737 Post (at Buchanan), 346-8383.

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