Huge galettes and crepes, very filing. You only ever need two courses. Highly recommend and the terrace at the back is just lovely in the Summer. Very good service.
We only went to one crêperie in Brittany so there may be other reviewers with a broader perspective here. On this basis, however, La Cour is fine. Location opposite the clock tower, terrace out the back with a view out to the leafy St Sauveur square and the church tower, friendly service, English spoken if needed and an economical lunch... More
We had been here for Lunch and had been lucky to get a table without waiting.. We had two galettes - Chevre & Salade - Terre & Mer (St.jaques & Andouilettes...) Certainly one bottle of Cidre, Coffee & two sweet crepes... All very good. We had fun!
We had the best crepes of our trip to Brittany at La Cour Saint Sauveur. We entered through the back where there is outdoor seating. If the weather was warmer, it would have been a nice area to sit and have lunch. Service was good. This was one of the best lunches on our vacation.
Poped in here for lunch on a rather wet day.Place was very busy but we were promptly meet and seated very quickly.Wide choice of crepes on the menu and some other choices for the non crepe eater.Service was very good and delivered with a smile.Food was well presented and was great to eat.What more do you need,give it a go.
Chose this creperie for lunch with a friend having found it on Trip Advisor. Would certainly recommend it for lunch. The galettes are generous in size and the Calvados crepe I had for pudding was delicious and laced with alcohol! The service is friendly and prompt and I will definitely return next time in Dinan.
Great in taste and in size. to try the crepes. We were the only Americans in the restaurant... and certainly must have seemed like we ate like birds... as the French folks ordered a dinner galette followed by a dessert crepe. I had a mushroom, tomato and cheese... and my wife had a mushroom, garlic and parsely. (Note: gallettes are... More
La Cour Saint Sauveur is a traditional crepes restaurant located along the Rue de l’Horloge, one of the main streets of the historical Dinan. The indoor restaurant room opens onto the Rue de l’Horloge but there is a lovely private courtyard at the back of the building that opens onto the Place Saint-Sauveur. We were lucky with the weather the... More
I recommend this restaurant in the centre of Dinan. The restaurant is specialized in two local foods: galettes and crepes. You can choose among a big variety of these and the quality is good. Also the beverage is local (cider, beer). The dishes are big, so for example one galette is a full meal. The other relevant thing is the... More
We ate here at lunchtime, it wasnt busy (due to time of year, no where was busy). We were made to feel very welcome, Mrs Smith thought the food was excellent, Mr Smith was more discerning and thought it was merely good. We both had gallettes which were very filling, Mrs Smith had scallops and mushrooms in a sauce with... More
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