This was our first visit to Vannes - super quaint town. The woman at the tourism office told us about this gem. They seated us right away and were gracious about my limited French. I had ham, egg and cheese - the egg was cooked...More
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On a cold weekday in February this was a delightful surprise, perhaps one of the best crêperies I've come across in Brittany. It's in a 15th century building next to the cathedral in the historic quarter of the city. We ate on the ground floor...More
Nipped in having just arrived in Vannes. Looked good and clean from the outside and it turned out to be lovely inside. Warm welcome, quick service and great crepes. It was very quiet in there as everyone was too busy scoffing their food!!
We arrived late but were warmly welcomed - no other tourists here, just locals. Everything freshly cooked by Monsieur in a kitchen open to the restaurant and an extremely reasonable bill, thoroughly recommended
Just at the foot of the cathedral, 13 century house. Friendly owners. Traditional food of Britany Very good cuisine. Don't forget the bolee of cider.
The creperie Saint Gwenhael is in one of the medieval buildings next to the cathedral that can only be described as 'cute'. It is a very small place and fills up surprisingly fast at dinner time. If you plan to have dinner after 8pm, a...More
This tiny place in an ancient half-timber house behind the cathedral has only 16 seats upstairs (although there are a few more in the basement). The menu offers a variety of crepes and galettes, all at reasonable prices. The owner works in the back preparing...More
Tank you very much