No need to introduce the Breizh Café and « their different kinds of crêpes », in reference to their twisted Japanese signature, quite surely the best in Paris and even in the world. Already present in the Marais and at Odéon, led by Brittany native Bertrand Larcher, is whipping out its delightful treats near Montorgueil in a new place filled with irresistible secrets…
Grand première, the early-bird light-filled dining room opens at 9am for highly comforting breakfasts. Hot beverage, organic apple juice and a choice of ultra plump double ladle crêpe with maple syrup (€12) or the buckwheat with egg and bacon(14 €). You said have a nice day?
The great classics must not be by passed: smoked salmon rolls (€16.50) to share before their galette with Andouille de Guéméné (€16,50 ). A small exclusivity of the place, their galette with season veggies in collab’ with Terroirs d’avenir (courgette, cherry tomatoes, egg, goat cheese, (€16,50). A real gem.
But the real nugget is hidden in the lower level, a superb vaulted cellar with wallpaper worthy of Twenty Leagues Under the Sea. An ultra private cider cellar, to sip incredible cocktails (starting at €8) with a plate of oysters (€10) or crunchy buckwheat chips (€3,80).
Open every day from 9am to 1am.
copyright Laurent Dupont