The Origin of Crepes:

The word crêpe is French for pancake and is derived from the Latin crispus meaning “curled”.  Crêpes originated in Brittany in the northwest region of France, which lies between the English Channel to the north and the Bay of Biscay to the south.  Crêpes were originally called galettes, meaning flat cakes. The French pronunciation of both words is with a short e, as in bed. Originally crepes were made with Buckwheat.

White flour crêpes appeared only at the turn of the 20th century when white wheat flour which formerly had been as expensive as sugar, honey or meat, became affordable.  White flour crêpes are as thin as buckwheat crêpes but softer as a result of the eggs, milk, and butter used to make them.

Crêpe making has evolved from being cooked on large cast-iron hot plates heated over a wood fire in a fireplace to hot plates that are now gas or electric heated. The batter is spread with a tool known as a rozel and flipped with a spatula.  In Brittany, crêpes and galettes are traditionally served with cider.

It is a tradition to hold a coin in your writing hand and a crêpe pan in the other, and flip the crêpe into the air.  If you manage to catch the crêpe in the pan, your family will be prosperous for the rest of the year.

Crêpes are popular not only throughout France but elsewhere in Europe where the pancakes go by other names and adaptations, including Italian crespelle, Hungarian palacsintas, Jewish blintzes, Scandinavian plattars, Russian blini, and Greek kreps.

Savored for centuries, crêpes are celebrating a worldwide revival today and for good reason.  Let us introduce you to our hand-crafted sweet and savory delights!


Kaahumanu Menu 

Savory Crepe: Served with Green  Salad 

Chicken Margherita $9.00 

Chicken Avocado $9.00 

.                Beef Fajita $9.00 

Ham & Cheese $7.00 

Turkey & Bacon  $9.00 

Spinach with Mushroom $8.75 

Grilled Vegetables $8.95 


Panini Sandwich: Served with Green  Salad 

Grilled Veggie Panini $9.00 

   Pesto Chicken Panini $9.00 

     Corned Beef Panini $9.00 

Salad: Choice of Dressing 

(Caesar, Papaya, or Red wine vinaigrette) 

:         Caesar Salad $5.49 


Sweet Crepes: Served with Whipped Cream 

And condensed milk (Add Ice Cream for $2.00) 

Mac Nutella $6.00 

•               Hawaiian Pineapple $6.00 

Strawberries and Banana $6.00 

Cheese Blintz $6.00

Choco- Caramel with Strawberries and Banana $6.00 

Sweet Crepe with Ice Cream 

   Choco Chocolate $6.00

. Lava flow $8.00 

.     Banana butter scotch $8.00 

We Do Cater for Crepes

$5.50 Per Person with 2 choices of crepes includes set-up fee and Chef Fee

Minimum 100 Guest if less than  Please Inquire Within

808 250-1925


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