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Places not to be missed – Creperies

The best Crêperies in Paris

Breizh Café

From Brittany to Tokyo to the heart of the Marais, this crêperie is widely acclaimed as the best the capital has to offer. Breizh Café uses natural and quality ingredients and offers classic and creative recipes. Special credit must be given to its Brittany galette, guaranteed to be an instant hit. Its Parisian address combined with its contemporary interior attract people and tourists from around the world, it is therefore essential that you book in advance.

111 rue Vieille du Temple, 75003, Paris, M° Saint-Sébastien-Froissart

Crêpe Cœur

On this quiet and peaceful street, just a few minutes stroll from Batignolles, this crêperie is the perfect place for a break amidst this lively district of the seventeenth arrondissement. The modern décor offers a first-class setting for enjoying the perfect crêpe. Highlights on their menu range from regional specialities to scrumptious desserts. Be sure to try out some of their house ciders to compliment your choice of crêpe.

66 rue des Dames, 75017, Paris, M° Villiers or Rome Facebook page

Crêperie de Josselin

Even on an average weekday, you will struggle to land a table at the Crêperie de Josselin. With its welcoming atmosphere and its hearty food, this crêperie offers some of the true classics of the French tradition. Some favourites include ‘le couple’, two layers of galette with filling in-between and ‘la maraîchère’, comprised of spinach, bacon and egg.

67 rue du Montparnasse, 75014, Paris, M° Edgar Quinet

West Country Girl

Tucked away in a sleepy side street near Oberkampf, this crêperie is a world like no other. The menu is simple, mixing together classics and house specialities, cooked and prepared to perfection with carefully sourced ingredients from various regions of France. At West Country Girl they do not serve galettes, but instead ‘crêpes salées’, a well-loved tradition of Cornwall. For dessert, salted butter caramel is highly recommended.

6 passage Saint-Ambroise, 75011, Paris, M° Rue Saint-Maur

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