The restaurant is really small like all the fornitures, chairs are not confortable. The crepes are ok nothing special i also had a tartine and was not tasty.
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Crêpes are all over France and most often you can get good ones. This is not a place to get one of those good ones. Want an example? A crêpe that claims to have flour raised in Brittany but then is cooked with canned mushrooms.
The restaurant is small and cosy with welcoming decor. There are about 9 tabes ( so book to be on the safe side). The menu is extensive with a large variety of crepes as well as tartines ( savoury pastries), salads, not to mention mouth...More
I was here for a dinner with a friend. We had a galette and it was well cooked, served with a reasonable waiting time. They propose a huge menu with a lot of choices...a lot of them are quite fat, though.
We had a family dinner at Le Celia. There were 10 of us so we were given the large table upstairs. The service was good, and the food excellent. We all had desserts and those were interesting and excellent as well. I would go back...More