We waited 45 minutes for our food. Chocolate crepes were so sweet, quite not enjoyable. The savory ones were ok but nothing special!
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The Le Marais district in Paris is already uber cool, but it is the coolest when you are having crepes in Breizh and watching chic Parisians float by. You can tell this is a place that has strong slow food ethic- all the ingredients are...More
Great parisian restaurant in the amazing area of Marais, with galletes and crêpes delicious! A place to go with family and friends.
Endlessly popular for a very good reason - it really is excellent for what it purports to be; an elegant selection of Breton Crêpes and ciders prepared with quality and imagination. Sitting at the comman table in L’Épicerie Breizh next door was friendly fun without...More
Had 4 kinds of crepes which is their specialty. Salmon crepe and herring crep. Both unique and recommended. Also had the chocolate crepe that was ok and pretty plain and the apple flambé that had some excessive bitterness. Good cold cider. Decent service. Would recommend...More
Recent reviews in certain US publications means that there are queues around the block for this crêpe-tastic, Breton-styled restaurant. It is small and cozy, but DAMN those crêpes are good enough to be worth the wait. Don't limit your self or your imagination to the...More
The savory traditional Breton crepes served by this restaurant are made with buckwheat flour, so they are naturally gluten-free. Even better, they are amazing and delicious. We ate there multiple times and we never got a crepe we didn’t love. The dessert crepes are made...More
The restaurant is always crowded. The line moves fast. But, they opted to sit us in the shop next door - which was quieter and cooler on a hot day. Service was quick, smooth, and no problems with English. I need to be medically gluten...More
Tried it twice. Did not care for the crab roll which had more mayo and crepe than crab. Second time went with family. Had the ham, cheese and egg, better but perhaps we do not care for the rather thick dry buckwheat crepe. A matter...More
Out of all the restaurants in Paris this is the best one I highly recommend the Spanish chorizo it is located near many shops and restaurants you might wait a little but it is worth the wait