Of the dozens of crêperies concentrated near the Montparnasse train station, this tiny dining room is one of the best. The galettes and crepes are perfectly cooked with lacy, crispy edges, and include fillings like bacon and egg, smoked salmon, and the can-do-no-wrong classic, ham and cheese. Try to save room for a sweet crepe after—the salted caramel butter crepe is a wonder. Tradition demands that this meal be accompanied by a bowl of “brut” cider (low alcohol content, for adults only). If there’s no room, try La Crêperie Josselin (the restaurant’s big sister) farther up the road.