Perhaps you've never seen a crepe served up in a paper cone before, but on the streets of Japan, this is the norm. Vendors line city streets equipped with fresh ingredients to craft sweet and savory crepes. They hand them out to folks bustling by, making it easy to eat them on the go. At Amai Crepe, which opened about two months ago in Rockville, the chefs recreate this experience.
They enlist traditional ingredients to create cone-shaped crepes, which you can enjoy even when you're in a hurry. If you're looking for something filling enough to fuel you at lunch, try the tuna salad, the bacon-egg ranch, or the ham and cheese crepe. When you want a sweet treat after a long day, opt for a mango cheesecake crepe, a strawberry crepe with Asian whipped cream, or a Rocky Road crepe.