La Petite Bretagne
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Mon-Fri 8:00 - 22:00
Sat-Sun 10:00 - 22:00
- Accepts Credit Cards:
- Takes Reservations:
- Take Away:
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- Outdoor Seating:
- Beer & Wine Only
- Wheelchair Accessible:
- Dogs Allowed:
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1 review in English
Review from Ryna D.
This is a charming cafe near the station and not far from where we stayed during our recent trip to London. I was walking past it one morning and saw the sign that you get a complimentary hot beverage with a crepe during breakfast hours so I decided to have my breakfast here. They had wifi so I was also able to check emails while waiting. I ordered the speculoos crepe with a cappuccino and enjoyed it while reading my book. Their savory crepes looked delicious as well and I wouldn't mind going back next time.
About This BusinessProvided by business
La Petite Bretagne proudly offers sweet ans savoury (galettes) French crepes. All of them are freshly cooked on order by our friendly and experienced crepiers.
We also propose a wide array of Breton delicatesseen like kouign amann, salted caramels, cider, canned fish...
Take away available.
Large groups and family welcome!
Established in 2010
After having successfully traded as a market trader for 2 years, the owner Antoine DETRIE, who comes from Brittany, decided to move further and to open this brand new shop where you will find all the Breton flavours.
Everything you'll get from this shop is typical from Brittany. Unlike many other creperies in London where crepes are cooked in advance, all the crepes and galettes are freshly made on order.
The savoury crepes (known as galettes in France) are 100% made with buckwheat flour, which means that they are gluten and wheat free.
Come and treat yourself!
Meet the Business Owner: Antoine D.
After graduating from a busines school in Paris in 2006, Antoine started his career as a consultant for a leading worldwild consulting company. After 2 years, he wanted to try something more challenging and crossed the channel to set up La Petite Bretagne.