After wandering off to Japan, where he found both a wife and professional success, Chef Bertrand Larcher started opening hugely popular crêperies, first in Tokyo and then back in the home country. His Paris version is a warm and modern wood-paneled space decorated with funky Japanese art that offers both friendly service and great food. Start with oysters or head straight for a savory buckwheat galette, crisp and nutty and filled with high-quality organic ingredients, such as farm fresh eggs, Bordier butter, and seasonal produce. Sip on one of the artisanal ciders, and save room for a sweet crepe, drizzled with chocolate or salted butter caramel. It gets very crowded here, so try to reserve ahead.
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109 rue Vieille du Temple, 3rd arrond.
Our Rating Neighborhood 3rd Arrondissement (Le Marais) Hours Wed–Sat 11:30am–11pm; Sun 11:30am–10pm Transportation Métro: Filles du Calvaire Phone 01-42-72-13-77 Prices Main courses 7.50€–14€ Cuisine Type Creperie Web site Breizh Café Other Closed last 3 weeks in Aug
Map109 rue Vieille du Temple, 3rd arrond. Paris
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