I would say their service is consistent. Very friendly staff, and attentive. And be very busy during lunch time. Although there are many creperie on this stretch of road i would always come back here for quick lunch!
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My partner and I were in Paris over the weekend and was recommended this establishment through a friend and it didn’t disappoint. It opened at 11am and we were the second table in. The staff were friendly and the server, who didn’t speak English did...More
One of the nicest places in Paris!! They have amazing pancakes (salted/sweet) with lots of choices. The prices are ok, from 6-12 euro (salted pancake) and the staff si nice as well. But be aware is often full and you may only pay cash! I...More
We ended up here because the place we were originally planning to go to was not available. This place was fine, but it wasn't great. I was hoping to get some really good crepes while I was in Paris, but, alas, I was disappointed.
Dined at La Creperie de Josselin and could not have been more pleased. Nearly all of the savory crepes are gluten free (using buckwheat flour) and most of the sweet crepes can be prepared GF. Prices are $8-12 Euro per crepe and worth the price....More
First when u enter u find out that they put do much tables that it is difficult to move inside and zero privacy. Worst they stress u to order, eat, pay and go... the pancake are ok nothing more. Last they accept only cash payment......More
Good galettes and crêpes with fair prices. In my opinion, not very different from many others in the same street. Galettes (salty) around 9-13 euros and crêpes (sweet) 7-9 euros. At my visit, service confuse and slow.
Very good unpretentious crêperie dishing up great variety. A good dinner for two, with wine or cider, will set you back only 40 Euros or so. The busiest crêperie on rue Montparnasse—often crowded when the others are empty. A good choice for a down-to-earth dinner.