Happened on this place by accident. Really excellent crepes with a huge choice. Good service. The room was a bit smokey but it either cleared ir we got used to it.
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We stopped here for a light lunch. I had a crepe with lemon and my wife has a galette. I love lemon crepes and this one easily lived up to all my expectations. My wife thought her galette was the best one she'd ever had,...More
We traveled to La Roche Guyon a small village northwest of Paris and General Erwin Rommel's former headquarters in the Second World War. Other than the castle, there is only one attraction as far as we are concerned is the Fleur de France crepes. A...More
To us, coming from California, the crepes were a bit unusual, but made with very fresh ingredients and tasty. Location is fun in the middle of the village. We sat outside on the street, but there was a nice screen from shrubs so we did...More
We had lunch in this cute little place and we enjoyed the salty galettes and the basic crepes. The galette was a little too crispy for my taste but still good.
Ate lunch here on June 26 on our way to Giverny - our first meal in France! After arriving in early morning, waiting forever at passport control, securing our rental car and maneuvering through Paris to the A13, we decided to get off the beaten...More
A wide choice of well made crepes and galettes served by friendly staff and accompanied by some excellent Breton cider. Situated in the centre of the village, close to the river (though you cannot see it from here), this village has an imposing chateau to...More