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Chocolate lover's crepe
Chocolate lover's crepe: At Cafe Miele in Orland Park, casual dining feels fancy. Whether tucking in to croissant French toast with vanilla sauce for breakfast or relishing a Tuscan chicken panini melt for lunch, Cafe Miele's European influence in dishes both savory and sweet brings a notable air of elegance to the table. This sophistication also extends to the more dessert-like items on the menu, most notably the luscious confection that is the chocolate lover's crepe. Consisting of thin, buttery layers of pancake wrapped around rich hazelnut Nutella and strawberry filling, then topped with a river of chocolate syrup, fresh strawberries and whipped cream, this $9.55 plate is the gustatory equivalent of walking on a chocolate cloud. 11315 W. 159th St., Orland Park, 708-873-5707
- Leah Pickett, special to the Tribune