One of the best crepes I've ever had - the atmosphere is very Parisian and the piano player adds to the charm.
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The restaurant on itself is an attraction - the pictures we took did not come out right but you can find more here on TA. The service was very friendly, we were sitting outside and the waiter came to check on us regulary and gave...More
Paris has some of the best crepes in the world, so you shouldn't leave without having one. Le Tire Bouchon is just about as good as any. We had a banana chocolate and a brown sugar crepe. It was fun to sit by the "kitchen"...More
This is quite an interesting creperie. It is in the heart of Montmartre, tiny, with walls papered with currency, notes and doodles. The crepe station is right up front and watching the making of them is fascinating. They are moderately priced at 8-12€. The filling...More
Simple, tasty, french sloppy, cool, relaxed, nostalgia. Not for the picky or people looking for luxury dining, rather for those wanting to hang out in a cool place to have some crepes and a beer or a couple of glasses of wine. In a shabby,...More
I suggest checking the restaurant inside before coming in and getting settled. The food is not bad, based on crepes, both salted and sweet. The service is kind and effective. The atmosphere is particular, being a small, dirty, chaotically decorated establishment. You can find disgusting...More
Quick dinner with salty crepes just upon the hill. Nice and cozy atmosphere with a kid accidentally playing the piano! Price far away below the parisienne average and menu offered are enough (i.e. two crepes of which one sweet for 12euros). Easygoing staff. Highly reccomended...More