Posted on January 11 2018
Located in the third arrondissement, the Breizh Café is known as one of the best places to indulge in Belgium's renown delicacy: the "crêpe"The Breizh Café fuses Japanese and Brittany cuisine to unify two distinct cultures. The creator, Bertrand Larcher, was born in Brittany and studied hospitality there. In the 90's, he decided to follow his wife to Japan where he would open his first crêperie.
The business quickly became a hit, and allowed him to take new culinary risks. His menu ranged from the classic crêpes and crêpes with brown sugar to more eccentric and seasonal recipes such as crêpes with sunny-side up eggs, gruyère cheese, asparagus, beans and breast-meat. All crêpes are gluten-free and made with buckwheat, and all ingredients are organic and carefully selected.Whether you're a sweet or salty kind of person, you're bound to find something you love.
We recommend making reservations to avoid waiting in line.
109 rue vielle du temple
01 42 72 13 77