Upon arrival, there were a lot of ingredients on the French-only menu that we didn't understand and couldn't translate. But the server was very helpful in describing what each of these were. The four of us all got one savory and one sweet crepe. Across the board everyone was very pleased and the portions were surprisingly filling.
The location is a bit off the track from Champs-Élysées. So I recommend going if you already plan to be in the area, but it isn't worth a trip out to just this itself since it's not near much else.
Quaint, cute and relatively inexpensive. Note that they only serve crepes and the crepes aren't like the ones that I've had in the US.
I started with a cheese, spinach and mushroom crepe. The crepe was crisp and delicious. Given the fact that they didn't have dinner salads on the menu, I asked if a small rocket salad (arugula) could be prepared. I got a bowl of arugula - no dressing. Hmmm...
The dessert crepes were delicious. I had a chocolate crepe that was wonderful.
Wine list is very small and not particularly inspiring.
This place is amazing! Amazing, I tell you. I speak horrid French, which is something that the French do not like. But I felt super comfortable at this place. The owner spoke pretty good English and explained everything so well. She was super nice, and made our dinner here worthwhile.
The crepes were extremely tasty and flavorful. They were pretty large portions with all kinds of yummy fillings. I think I got the bacon, onion and cheddar crepe with a glass of Kir. It. Was. Delicious.
Of course, the banana and chocolate crepe was the perfect thing to cap off our meal. We were also informed that all the chocolate sauces were made from scratch, in house. No wonder it was so damn good.
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