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Sweet and Savory Japanese Crepes Have Arrived in Katy

Eight Turn Crepe is officially slinging crepes stuffed with ice cream, fruit, and so much more

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Over the weekend, Japanese crepe shop Eight Turn Crepe officially made its debut in Katy.

The shop quietly kicked open its doors at 23119 Colonial Parkway in the bustling Katy Asian Town development over the weekend, serving a limited menu as it ramps up toward an official grand opening in the coming weeks. As Eater reported back in October 2018, Eight Turn Crepe comes to Katy via Harajuku, Japan and New York City, where the shop’s gluten-free, rice flour crepes have earned a loyal following.

Both sweet and savory filling options are on offer, and range from kimchi and pork belly to an assortment of fruits and Nutella. One particularly notable option is the Brooklyn Crepe Dog, in which a crepe is wrapped around a Japanese-style sausage, cucumber, carrots, crispy shallots, banana ketchup, and Kewpie mayonnaise. In addition to the crepes, find eight different types of locally-made gelato.

Eight Turn Crepe is currently open limited hours, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch, and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for dinner. Stay tuned for the shop’s full hours of operation.