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These “French from France” food truck operators know how to hustle. They are super friendly, and the food is succulent.
I had the Sheridan: egg, feta, spinach, basil crepe with a touch of maple syrup: sweet and savoury and crispy and soft all at once....The coffee is strong and fresh, my americano was the perfect complement to my crepe.
My son knocked over a full chocolate milk and it was easily remade. The service is friendly and they are very French in terms of being easy-going (I didn’t have cash handy and they gave me a few options for paying).
The stand only takes cash and you must be prepared to wait but it’s worth it. Plan to stop here for sure!More
Saw this place while we were looking round the SS Sicamous, and decided to give it a try. So glad we did. Fantastic savoury crepes and great service. A great option for lunch or a snack if you are in Penticton.
Anyone going to Penticton and doing a run (or even leisurely walk) along the lake should go get themselves breakfast at Crêperie Ooolala. They offer a fantastic variety of both savory and sweet crepes, their coffee was strong (ask for a Frenchmericano, their stronger Americano...- it was wonderful), and the breakfast I had was delicious. If I come this way again, I'll be back again!More
Its hard to find genuine friendly service these days. My experience here has been just that. genuine and super friendly. After my first visit, I have come back many times because they simply never fail to deliver.. fantastic crepes and espressos!
A must stop when visiting Penticton especially in the morning for breakfast. Tables located on the grass in the shade or sun. Both sweet but not too sweet and savoury options. Nice flavours using simple ingredients. I would recommend a visit.
The only complaint is...the expresso served in cheap disposable cups.More
One of the high spots of our wine tour last year was not a winery, but rather a little food trailer nestled between a pair of grounded boats in Penticton. It’s just too bad that on our second trip to the same region months later...the trailer was not on a higher spot, given said boats were no longer grounded.
It was on our last trip in the fall of 2016 when my girlfriend and I heard about the Crêperie Ooolala. We enjoyed the experience so much that on a follow-up trip less than a year later, it was one of the few destinations earning a revisit. Alas, there was no creperie to be found, as the location it had usually claimed was quite literally below the water line. It’s a tragedy that people still ignore the consequences of man-mad climate change, even with the evidence is so plain to see. The Penticton beaches were gone, the park nearby fenced off, leaving poor Crêperie Ooolala nowhere to park. Denied.
If and when it does return, everyone should take the opportunity to samples their crepes. The two hosts are friendly, fast, and unbelievably, very, very French. Their selection is authentic, and the girlfriend and I both ordered brunch before embarking on another leg of our wine tour. If you happen to find this trailer, don’t miss out…though I fear they may as endangered as the Do-Do. Their Facebook was last updated at the beginning of May, and when I called them at the end of the month, they explained they were still closed. The Crêperie Ooolala is adorable, what a food trailer would look like in a Monet painting or, to take a more modern comparison, a city Lego set. There are small tables nearby covered in cloth for those to sit, most under the shadow of the SS Sicamous. These were by far the best crepes I have ever had, hopefully, an authentic representation of the owner’s homeland, regardless if that homeland is actual France or Quebec.More
Date of visit: August 2016
Carole D, Owner at Creperie Ooolala, responded to this reviewResponded June 22, 2017
Thank you so much, it's so nice to hear kinds world. It keeps us going!
Climate can change, Ooolala will stay even if we have to put the trailer on a floatie :)
We will be back soon, in a week or so.