Serving traditional buckwheat crepes from Brittany, Crêperie de Cluny welcomes you for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in one of Paris’ most touristic streets. Sit on the street in a tiny little table like all French cafes do it and enjoy the moment. Galettes, crêpes, salads, tartines and two mains (chicken burger and confit de canard). The ambiance is calm, and the staff is welcoming; three crepes and a bottle of sparkling water, I waited to be served.
I loved how thin the galette is, crunchy with enjoyable flavors of roasting. One loaded with potato, another with spinach and eggs, the crepes are proud French creations imported from Brittany. A loaded plate for 8€ comes with a side salad of fresh greens.
Chocolate, ripe bananas, whipped cream and a side of coconut ice cream. The crepe is drizzled with rhum and flambée live at the table. I enjoyed my crepe, good quality, good ingredients, and enjoyable textures.
Crêperie de Cluny was a quick and pleasant lunch in Paris.