Fabulous crepes Lovely wine Great value Excellent service Easy going evening Enjoyed watching the world go by
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Really delicious! The menu is quite big, with a lot of different chooses both for salty "gallette" and sweet crepes. Located in the heart of the old city center, outside it looks very small but in addition to the tables outside and a couple inside...More
Finding somewhere to eat which serves all day can be a challenge in France. They appreciate great food but often have very traditional serving times, no bad thing! Unless you suddenly get hungry mid-afternoon. We hunted around for a place to satisfy our hunger, and...More
Quimper is a lovely place to visit. The cathedral is particularly interesting. With a life size post crucifixion scene and very interesting glass windows. If I read the windows correctly, one panel depicts the marriage of Mary and Joseph! I have never seen that image...More
Nantes has a number of excellent crêperies, several of which are gathered around the rue de la Juiverie/rue de la Baclerie area in the Bouffay Quarter. This area in Nantes is packed with bars and a variety of eating places, so it is not surprising...More
If you are looking for a traditional french crêpe you found the right place. The serving is wonderful and the staff is cooperative. The arhitecture is outstanding and the food is flawless leaving you the feeling of a traditional delicious french dinner/lunch/breakfast time.
What a great place to enjoy a fabulous big crepe. Delicious from the start to the end. The staff is very nice and smiling. I highly recommand this place !
Authentic black wheat crepes with ham and cheese, dessert crepes, and sparkling cider made a delicious and quick lunch at a most reasonable price. I would recommend Au Vieux Quimper for a tasty, authentic, quick, and pleasant lunch on the sidewalk cafe in the heart...More
These are quite easily the best galettes I have ever eaten. They have an extensive selection of both savoury and sweet galettes on the menu. The only advise I would give is that because the crepes are made of buckwheat they are surprisingly filling so...More