Crepes worth traveling for: Carol S hitched a ride from Humberto as we Vélib'd over.
The OG Galette Complete with cheese, egg, and ham.
The Sevigne Galette stuffed with chicken, cheese and mushrooms and topped with cream and basil sauce.
Get them greens.
Cheese, egg, ground beef, basil, and tomato sauce.
Crepes: they’re Paris’ answer to the pizza slice. Just as we’ve got our favorite spots in NY to satisfy our need for cheese and occasional necessity for a late night fourth meal, we’ve also got a place in Paris that we can’t go without!
Located only a few blocks away from OC’s showroom in Paris, Creperie Suzette is our favorite local haunt. If you’d like to get technical, this place serves both crepes and galettes (usually a crepe is made of wheat and is sweet while the latter is savory and made of buckwheat flour, DUH) which means that it satisfies every possible craving. Can’t get mad at that!
Humberto, Carol L, Carol S, and I stopped in for a late breakfast, which meant a meal of galettes washed down with (in my case) countless cafés allongés. Also worth trying are the sweet crepes, which go perfectly with the restaurant's not-so-sugary-sweet apple cider.
So carb-y, so delicious.
24 rue des Francs-Bourgeois, 75003 Paris, France
08 99 69 07 87
We were just there! Funny to read about it on your blog! The best place to be is outside, sitting at one of those tiny tables- eating a crepe avec beurre et sucre, drinking an espresso and spend your afternoon watching all the well dressed Parisiens and the hordes of not so tastefully dressed tourists coming and going!