We offer a wonderful selection of savory and sweet crepes as well as soft drinks. Crepes are served as breakfast, snack, main course or dessert. Our crepe batter is freshly made daily. It is free of any artificial ingredients. Fresh vegetables, meat and dairy products are used to create our dishes from scratch. We exercise strict standards of sanitation, quality production, and presentation or packaging.



D’Crepes Cafe was founded in 2012 by Chef Terry Joy as a family business. Terry, a graduate from IHM-Aurangabad, went to the UK and completed the Grande diploma from Le Cordon Bleu London, one of the best culinary institutes in the world. Chef Terry then worked with Claridges London as a commie in patisserie department and Hilton London Kensington as a CDP in Grill Section, where he mastered his skills. Culinary exposure and family support eventually helped him turn his dream into reality of opening his own café in Thane.

Mr. Terry Joy stepped into the industry along with his Uncle Mr. Joseph Thomas, who is one of the finest café manager, with a vision of creating a unique culinary brand defined by simplicity, mobility and quality.

With the support of close family and friends, a strong culinary team and a few hospitality experts, D’Crepes cafe was developed and continues to evolve into an iconic brand enjoyed by individuals of all age.


Joseph Thomas


Jimmy Joy

Terry Joy

French Crepes are actually something that was celebrated every 2nd of February. It was a day where every French home would make a good dozen of lovely Crepes to eat together. It was believed to be for the return of the light (spring is coming and no more long winter nights ahead) and it was called “La Chandeleur.”

The Crepes were the pride of the Brittanny region (Bretagne) in the North West of France, where they make them extremely big and paper thin. They usually eat them with a bit of sugar spread on the top. It was then rolled like a big “cigar” or eaten while drinking some bubbly apple cider of the same region.

Savored for centuries, Crepes are celebrating a revival today, with Creperies opening throughout the world.

Most cultures all over the world make Crepes in one form or another. There is the Italian Crespella, French Crepe, Chinese Mandarin Pancake, Mexican Tortilla, Indian Dosa and the Russian Blinchki. In France, the Crepe used to be called Pannequet, from which the word pancake is probably derived. A very thin Pannequet resembles the wrinkled, fragile looking fabric, which we know as Crepe – hence its name.