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Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wheelchair Accessible
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Reviewed 18 April 2017

Very poor experience... Crepes we OK but it's hard to do something wrong with them... Main issue here is serious under-staffing: All tables were seated when we visited this place. There was only one waitress available for ordering, service and clean-up and one chef for...baking the crepes on a two-plate stove. This is by far not enough for the place where practically everyone orders gallettes for main dish and sweet crepes for dessert. With a family of four, we ordered 3 crepes and one portion of fries, and had to wait for 1,5h. The poor waitress forgot our water, forgot to bring bread, was running around like crazy. The fries were industrial-like, not at all tasty. We would have liked to have crepes for dessert but gave up on waiting. On top of all, the ventilation above the stove was working very poorly and the place got soon full of greasy smoke. I would definitely not go here at peak hour. Off peak, on calm moment you might be luckier.More

Date of visit: April 2017
Reviewed 14 July 2016

We go this creperie severals times a year. Crepes are not my absolute favourite things, but they have such a wide range on offer that there's bound to be combination which suits. For those looking for a touch of spice, I can recommend the pidzoutte...(probably spelt wrong), with spicy sausage, red and green peppers and tomatoes. Superb. The desert crepes (which are a favourite of mine), are also good. The service is leisurely, but NOT neglectful, as some reviewers point out, so don't go if you're in a hurry, but if you're happy to relax, listen to the musical offerings, take in the atmos, of which there is plenty, and sip on your drink for a little while, you'll be rewarded.More

Date of visit: July 2016
Reviewed 12 July 2016

We were looking for somewhere to eat near the Ibis Honfleur on Cours Jean de Vienne and stubbled across this Creperie located next to the Ibis hotel a short walk away. It was about 6.30 pm and it did not appear open but we peered...in and the proprietor emerged and greeted us in French waving us in. We didn’t speak French and he didn’t speak English but it was all very friendly and we sat down in a sunny spot by the rear window area overlooking a nice garden area. The young waitress didn’t speak a lot of English either and as a few people started to come in they were local families rather than tourists and so as such it was quite an authentic French experience. We could work out the menu and selected some savoury crepes, beer and coffee. The crepes were really good and it was a pretty reasonable meal in the area at 32 Euro for two. A very enjoyable experience.More

Date of visit: May 2016
Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile

Been here many times over the years and always a firm favourite with the family. It has changed dramatically. No staff to welcome you or look after you, just a chief and a woman in the kitchen. No interest in taking orders so you have...to push to get any attention and sadly the food was not as nice as in the past. They need to up their game if they want to survive in this competitive market.More

Date of visit: March 2016
Reviewed 22 February 2015

We have been to this restaurant before and it was....well...ok. We planned to be over-nighting in Honfleur and for ease we booked this restaurant as it is next door to the hotel.We arrived at 8pm and were immediately treated to the offhandedness of the proprietor....He called his wife?.....out of the kitchen and she somewhat reluctantly showed us to our table. Thirty minutes later we still had no other contact with anyone, no menu, no wine list, nothing. Two other (French) couples walked in and were treated to the same "pointing to their table" gestures we had had from the proprietor (very Basil Fawlty) but then were almost immediately handed menus by his wife! My wife went to ask for menus and was given one menu, by the woman who had clearly forgotten she showed us to a table almost 40 minutes earlier. Looking around, it was obvious that hardly anyone had any food in front of them and they must have been there for more than our 40 minutes. When the proprietor's wife went to take an order from French couple no. 2, we walked out. A really bad experience from a restaurant that needs more staff, a smile, some service, and less of the quite obvious anti-English feeling we got from both of them, Steer clear and head into town to Le Vintage....tapas, great people and live music!More

Date of visit: February 2015
Reviewed 28 October 2013

This is a great little restaurant if you are staying at one of the hotels on the east side of town, such as the B&B, as it is within easy walking distance, so no problem with drinking and driving! The interior decor is interesting, rustic...in places, more like someone's country house than a restaurant. The menu is varied and very comprehensive. We chose the gallettes which may appear to be light fare but in fact we found them very filling, and delicious. Scrumptious deserts and a very pleasant house wine made a delightful evening.More

Date of visit: September 2013
Reviewed 17 May 2013

This crêperie looks nothing from the outside, but well worth the visit. Good parking (but only 20 minutes walk from the centre of town), welcoming staff, "family friendly" and - as the category suggests - a limited menu. The service was superb and the galettes...and crêpes "to die for". This added to our enjoyment of our stay. Thank you.More

Date of visit: May 2013
Reviewed 21 August 2012

We enjoyed eating on the patio next to the lawn. The food and service are very good and reasonable value. Recommended.

Date of visit: August 2012
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