New Snowmass restaurant boasts that its $120 caviar crepe might be the most expensive in the world

Base Village at Snowmass can now lay claim to an outdoor ice-skating noodle, the newest Limelight Hotel and, in case you’re direct to ask Mawa McQueen, the world’s most expensive crepe.

“Google it,” she explained with a laugh. “Nobody has a 120 crepe. ”

McQueen, an Aspen chef that was born on the Ivory Coast and raised in Paris, opened The Crepe Shack earlier this month in combination with the expanded Base Village.

Part of her assignment using the newest take-out restaurant, she stated, was to defy what she considers is the unfair stereotype concerning the underrated crepe — as if the culinary fare’s possible is limited to Nutella and bananas, or cheese and ham — a French expression which when translated into English means pancakes.

Read the rest of the story on The Aspen Times.

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