French natives Michel and Rose-Marie Knopfler created a charming, petite storefront selling crepes and other French specialties tucked inside the Tuxedo Atrium. The galettes — traditional gluten-free crepes made with buckwheat flour — are a vehicle for savory crepes such as La Complete, a gooey ham and Swiss crepe topped with a perfectly fried egg. If you crave a morning sweet on the way to work, stop in and grab a crepe filled with Nutella, chocolate maison, homemade marzipan, preserves and more. In addition to its sandwiches and salads, Le Triskell typically offers eight to 10 prepared French "casseroles." They're a lazy-night dinner or an easy way to cater.
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