Farmington Hills foodies have a new option
September 29, 2013 by Mark
Farmington Hills residents who enjoy good food and new dining experiences have a new restaurant to try.
Michael and Vanda Rybak, who have a great deal of experience in the food industry, are bringing their talents to the area in the form of their new restaurant, Souptastik Crepes.
The eatery serves breakfast and lunch, and has now been open for approximately three months. The establishment is in Farmington Hills, on Northwestern Highway, and much of the food comes from traditional family recipes. The Rybaks offer 40 types of crepes, 10 soups, and five sauces, and encourage their cooks, Lana Koroleva and Irina Zvonova, to add their own touches to the dishes. Vanda Rybak notes that the input from the cooks has helped them create new dishes.
Souptastik Crepes hopes to increase the number of breakfast customers it serves by offering a variety of dishes, including omelets, eggs cooked to order, Illy coffee, and, of course, crepes. The Rybaks also make the location available for special events, and can accommodate 30-35 diners, who are provided with an entirely different menu from the daily one.
It is also worth noting that the crepes available include some made with buckwheat, while others are low-carb, diary-free, and gluten-free.
The Rybaks need to publicize Souptastik, so they could work with a flyer printing company to develop leaflets. They could list some of their popular dishes, their hours of operation, and even a map, and hand them out to community residents to encourage them to try the restaurant.