Located on the top of a Steep hill, overlooking a turquoise bay, this authentic Breton Creperie is the perfect place for a leisurely lunch.
I ordered the day’s special, a Galette with goat’s cheese, tomato and proccutto. My partner had the more traditional cheese, egg and ham. Accompanied by a Kir Breton, for my companion, and a straight Cider for me, it was a perfect lunchtime meal.
Only problem was the very lax French anti-smoking laws that permit smoking when dining outside. As all the seating is outside (although under shade) it was a problem. The staff facilitated a quick change if tables mind you.
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