This young restaurant at the foot of Sacre Coeur is a traditional creperie, which does Bretagne proud, The menu consists of good salads or servings of cheese, charcuterie or a mix of both as starters. The main courses are all on the basis of the Breton buckwheat flour pancake (called Galette). They are very deliciously cooked to a thin, crispy texture and filled with your choice of garnish (ham, cheese, egg, artichoke, salmon & leak or other specialities of the house). A side serving of fresh salad makes up the very good and traditional course. Drinks to accompany this dish is cider, beer or wine. We enjoyed a Cremant de Loire. We also thoroughly enjoyed our pancakes (crêpes) for desert: a simple orchestrated but rich tasting combination of lemon, sugar and butter and a full layout of warm chocolate, vanilla ice cream and Chantilly cream. It is really value for money and an experience to remember!
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