Stumbled across this place and went in because we love galettes, I asked if they did gluten free and they said yes so we went in. We had ham egg and cheese (one GF one regular) and a carafe of cidre, followed by 2 caramel...More
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Went there as it was listed as a GF friendly restaurant. Unless you like salad, or want salad sadly it is not. However, the staff were apologetic and fortunately we had not ordered!
A small restaurant close to the central square. The service was friendly and we enjoyed the food. I had the Haute Mar and my partner the St. Jacques crepes both served with salad. We'd also recommend the Belle Helene crepe (chocolate and pear) for dessert....More
We went to Le Petite Flambee encouraged by Tripadvisor. The place is cosy and charming and the staff is friendly. The countless sorts of 'galettes', stuffed pancakes, are typical for the Northern France area. To be honest, the taste was great (salmon, goat cheese), but...More
After all the reviews I had read of people raving about the place, maybe my expectations were too high. I had dinner there with my daughter and was not impressed. The desert was very yummy but the savory crepes lacked "something." It was not that...More
I love my pancakes. It was my favorite food growing up. The 'Gourmand' menu (three courses, €16,95) at La Petite Flambee gave me all the pancakes my tummy could hold, and though it's simple food, they sure made it taste like gourmand food to me....More
I like to have crepes when in northern France and I tried several but this one is really one of the best. You have a very wide choice from traditional and simple to the more complex. You can have also salads.
We were early and were given a table for two. Lucky us, because huge numbers of people came through the door and couldn't get in. Within half an hour the restaurant was heaving and very buzzy. The food we just had crepes and salad and...More
We had an enjoyable meal here. It was nice to try some authentic French food and we both enjoyed our crepes. Both of us agreed that just having one crepe for a main course wasn't filling enough - you probably need to have a double...More