Had some very creative and tasty crepes for dinner. Their dinner crepes are made with buckwheat flour so they are darker and go well with meats and cheeses. Reasonable prices, about $15 per person.
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A quiet quaint creperie just out side the walled city that really lived up to its reputation. The food was delicious and the service was excellent. They were also extremely flexible and allowed us to customize our dishes which was perfect because I was with...More
Loved our waiter- one of the very best we've ever had, actually. Wish I had his name to give him a shout-out, but he had dark hair and gave us great information about the city, free concerts, things to do, etc. The food is excellent...More
It's rare that the diner receives an experience as warm as that which we had at Le Billig. The concept is simple, savoury and sweet crepes but the execution is superb with top quality ingredients perfectly cooked. The service is genuinely warm and good humoured...More
I was so excited to try this place instead of the hotel breakfast, because it looks adorable inside and specializes in gluten-free crepes made from buckwheat. But I was sorely disappointed. First, it took a long while to be seated (even without a long line...More
This was our first food stop on our trip. Has a cozy pub feel inside and European cafe seating outside. The crepes were generous and delicious. The service was very friendly, with the waiter giving us tips for where to find good jazz music. The...More
My 10 year old daughter and I ate here for dinner. The crepe was wonderful and she ate a whole one herself. We also had a dessert one which did not last long on the plate!
The best part of this charming restaurant might be its location on Rue St.Jean. Not in the Old City, but a half-mile or so away, in a delightfully busy, boutiquey, and unique part of the city. My buckwheat crepes with ham and cheese were both...More