Crêperie Brocéliande – Paris, France. January 2015.
On the search for some good, cheap, neighborhoody crêpes (like Crêperie Josselin which we tried in 2013), we now ventured beyond Montmartre to try Crêperie Brocéliande, a tiny place in a cute little street, with more than a few tourists lined up inside.
The street where it’s on
We ordered one savory, and one sweet crêpe to try. A breakfast style crêpe with bacon and eggs, and a classic banana-nutella combo.
A peek inside the breakfast style bacon-n’-eggs crêpe
And a peek inside the classic banana-nutella crêpe
Traditional style dry cider, which they are also known for. A nice wintertime complement, and comes as a set with some of the crêpes.
Their crêpes are made of buckwheat, which I guess makes it very homey tasting. Overall everything was pretty good, but not amazing. I think we might have fared better had we ordered crêpes that were not paired with the cider in their version of a budget menu (some of the more adventurous flavors and whatnot, which are a bit more expensive). Still, a nice enough place that might be worth another visit next time.