I was never a fan of crepe until I tried e and I fall in love after which. I suppose, at times, it is not because you dislike a certain food, but you haven’t tried what the real deal. Since France the the place where crepe originated, I went hunting for the best in Paris. One of the best which I really love is Crêperie Brocéliande in Montmarte.
This petite restaurant is crowded with mostly tourist who swing by for a meal after their visit at Sacré-Cœur, I believe. I would dining there at weird hours, avoid lunch and dinner period. Otherwise, make reservation. My first attempt to dine there was at lunch on a Saturday, Crêperie Brocéliande was packed. I couldn’t get a seat. If you were thinking of trying the crepe a few unit away from them, my advise is ‘NO, Please don’t’. You will regret.
Even though it was the off-peak hour, the entire front section of the homely feel restaurant was occupied. Each table was neatly decked with uniform checkered red and white table cloth.
At Crêperie Brocéliande, it provided a menu of galette, savoury and sweet crepe.
The most talk-about by most visitor to Crêperie Brocéliande is the Perigourdine (€13). A thin, crispy galette enveloped with smoked duck, lightly cooked diced apple, caramelised onions both sweet and salty, topped it of with a foie gras pate. The combination was simply heavenly.
Completing the meal with the Orangette (€9), sweet crepe, as dessert. Orange and Chocolate never go through. The soft thin sliced of crepe with light chewy texture was amazing. Paired it with an Espresso and that was a perfect meal.
Don’t forget to order the Perigourdine as main and followed with Orangette for dessert when you visit Crêperie Brocéliande.
15 Rue des Trois Frères, 75018 Paris,
Tel: +33 01 42 23 31 34