Profi’s isn’t your only option for a good crepe in Reading Terminal Market - it’s one of your only options for a good crepe in all of Philly. But if you don’t mind climbing through the tourist jungle to get here, it usually doesn’t have a line, and you can get your sweet or savory crepe in about three minutes flat. The crepes themselves are pretty standard, with a nice, stretchy pancake and a good amount of filling. We’re particularly into the sweet ones here - like the nutella with banana or the cinnamon-sugar crepe.
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