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October 3, 2004
They specialize in Bretonese cuisine - the French onion soup and escargot are some of the best in the city, and the desserts are fantastic.
Servers wear traditional Bretonese costumes - corny, but fun.
A bit more expensive than my average Quebecois meal, but worth it for a little splurge.
From journal European Gem In Our Backyard
June 27, 2001
When we arrived, the restaurant was full but there was no waiting. By the time we left the line spilled into the street but no one was complaining and we never felt rushed.
We could watch the young cook as she made our crepes as well as those of the others patrons. The cooking bar as right inside the restaurant. For my main course I had a crepe with asparagus in a sauce bechamel. Al had wild boar which had chunks of meat covered in gravy on an open crepe. Mine came wrapped in the more traditional style. Both were delicious. It was however the dessert that was the winner. We had fresh strawberries and creme fraise. Not only was it beautiful to look at, check out the picture, but it was sinfully good.
I would return here in a heartbeat and, as a matter of fact, I can't wait. Check out the cute picture of Catherine our waitress. There is a second location on the Rue Laurier and it has outdoor cafe as well as indoor dining. At either location you are guaranteed to have an experience you will remember fondly.
From journal A weekend in the Paris of the North