This is one of the restaurant listed by Rick Steve's 2012 Paris. We are happy that we tried it out.
It is about 10-min walk from the Versailles station (PER C). You may need to look up its location before hand to find it.
It offers good varieties of crepes with meat and sweet types. It has a set menu for about 12 EUR for a great value (even for Paris) which includes a cider (be careful, don't get drunk), crepe (with meat), a sweet one and a cup of coffee. Can't beat that price, right? Even without ordering the set menu, the price is still reasonable.
The menu is in both French and English in small font. The service is a little under-staffed, but I figure it is the take-it-easy leisure style even though tourists are often short of time. You can see the crepe being made in the front of the store. There is also an outside seating (longer wait). If you do sit inside, avoid sitting to the left of the room (facing in). Somehow, many customer visit the bathroom right next to it.
When we were there, there are a few tables with grandmom with daughter and granddaughter. We enjoyed watching the families and made us feel this is a restaurant for local as well.
The crepes were good and good size so one can had it as a light meal.
It is a good stop for us before the hectic Versailles visit.
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