Breizh Café

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 13 publications
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13 expert recommendations



Organic ingredients and a long list of artisanal ciders make Bertrand Larcher’s Breton update a foodie favorite.


Condé Nast Traveler

"It reminds me of that time many years ago when I was inspired by eating crêpes in Brittany." - Alice Waters, Chez Panisse. Full review →


Fodor's Tick@2x Choice

Eating a crêpe in Paris might seem a bit clichéd, until you venture into this modern offshoot of a Breton crêperie. Full review →


Frommer's 33

This popular spot in the Marais serves crepes like you've never had them before. Full review →


Gayot 12.0

Stop by this Breton creperie at a fashionable cabana-like setting in the Marais and enjoy the traditional galettes and crepes crafted with quality ingredients. Full review →


Let's Go

The crepes here are easy, Breizh-y, beautiful. The galettes are made with organic eggs and flour from Brittany, and Breizh Café also serves fancy shmancy handmade Bordier butter to smear... Full review →


Lonely Planet Tick@2x Top Choice

Everything at the Breton Café (breizh is ‘Breton’ in Breton) is 100% authentic, be it the Cancale oysters, the 20 types of cider, or the organic-flour crêpes cooked to perfection. Full review →


Michelin Guide

Bertrand Larcher has brought Japanese pancake houses to France. True to the house slogan, 'La crêpe autrement', they have a different take on crêpes here. Full review →


Not For Tourists

Perfect crepes and "galettes" and much more Full review →


Rough Guide

A Breton cafe, with sister outposts in Cancale and Tokyo, serving the best crepes in the Marais (and arguably the city).


Time Out 69

With its modern interior of pale wood and its choice of 15 artisanal ciders, this outpost of a restaurant in Cancale, Brittany, is a world away from the average crêperie. Full review →


Travel + Leisure

Some of the best and most inexpensive crepes in the world. Full review →


Zagat 3.7

"Vive la Bretagne" cry cravers of the "novel" crêpes and galettes – washed down by an "incredible array of ciders" – at this "tiny", wood-paneled all-day Breton diner in the Marais; its... Full review →

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