Exactly 42 minutes into any walk across Hampstead Heath your internal monologue will pause, hands on hips, and say “hungry”. And thus, the rumbly trudge to the crêperie stall begins. This place has been here since the beginning of time, and continues to sell delicious, cheesy, or Nutella-y crêpes for around £6.
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