Crepello, a brand new breakfast-focused restaurant from the Middle East, will make its U.S. debut soon in Orland Park, located at 15845 Harlem Ave.
The new restaurant will move into the former home of Panera Bread, sharing a building with uBreakiFix. A company representative tells What Now Chicago there is no exact opening date but hopes to open as soon as late next month. Crepello will sit in a standalone building near The Commons Shopping Center. The company currently has two company-owned outlets in Amman, Jordan. With the completion of their franchise program, Crepello successfully sold franchises in Palestine and Istanbul. This will be the first U.S. location.
Five years ago, Crepello partnered with Francorp Levant, a US-based franchise consulting firm established in 1976. They have successfully catered to over 15,000 companies in over 55 countries to develop their franchise programs. According to the partnership, it is agreed that Francorp will design and develop the franchise program for Crepello to aid in its global expansion plan. As the name suggests, customers can expect a wide variety of crepes and other breakfast delectables.
“Keeping with their goals, the Crepello team was able to create an extensive menu which comprises of a variety of not only sweet but also salty dishes,” according to the company’s website. “The menu covers sweet dishes all the way from crepes to brownies, as well as provides salty dishes such as salty crepes and waffles. Customers also have the option of choosing from either ordering individual desserts or sharing desserts to eat amongst loved ones.”
CORRECTION: The previous article incorrectly stated Maggie Jumah as the franchise owner.