1:00 pm July 26, 2011, by Gene Lee
Have you seen this mural? If so, what restaurant does it belong to?
I do have a confession to make. I altered the photo a bit to hide a huge hint that was printed on the chalkboard menu. I’m curious to see if you can guess the place on the artwork alone.
Chime in and I will post an update later on.
Some solid guesses but before it gets too late in the day I’ll pull back the curtain. The restaurant is Le Triskell (written about in the Creative Loafing last year) and specializes in crêpes of the sweet and savory variety. Le Triskell also offers sandwiches, salads and sparkling imported fruit-based sodas.
Pictured to the left is the restaurant’s galette complète — a crêpe made with buckwheat flour and filled with ham, egg and cheese.
Le Triskell, 3833 Roswell Road, Atlanta. 404-814-8208.
- by Gene Lee, Food and More blog
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