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Lovely creperie serving buckwheat crepes and omelettes. This was perfect as one of our party is gluten intolerant and we often struggle to find gluten-free food.
We had a range of food and everyone enjoyed their meal. The omelette was a crepe with a layer...of egg, we haven’t had this before so not sure if that is the norm but either way it was delicious.
Stopped in Montreuil Bellay on our way South and needed a snack. Chose this place as it looked very nice outside on a very warm day. The menu choice suited us for a very light lunch and opted for a Breton style galette - buck...wheat pancake with smoked salmon and crème fraiche. Delicious and served with a smile.More
Had a really enjoyable meal here. My wife's galette would have been perfect if she had realised that the egg was going to be fried! My Arc-en-ciel (rainbow) salad was perfect, a real Chef's special with lots of different ingredients. Good place to go to...after a visit to the Chateau at Montreuil-Bellay.More
Date of visit: September 2018
dominique h, Propriétaire at Creperie l'Escalier St Pierre, responded to this reviewResponded April 23, 2019
Merci pour votre avis positif qui nous rassure et nous réconforte. Il nous est important de pouvoir satisfaire nos clients....More
A fairly extensive menu.
We chose salads which were good.
Nice outside seating , close by the chateau., especially as we had a dog.
Very good dessert menu as well. Nice service and very reasoable prices .
We had a nice lunch, Bottle of wine...and 2 Kir Royals + dessert for about 56 euro.
Worth a visitMore
The restaurant is well situated and clearly popular with both locals and tourists. The food was tasty and there was an extensive menu to choose from. The food is well priced but the drinks were pricey (3.80 euros for a Coke). The two waitresses were...excellent and worked very hard. However, the manager needs to hire more staff as the service was subsequently quite slow. It took us about an hour and a half to complete a two course lunch.More
We were looking for somewhere simple to have dinner and were not disappointed.
We literally had their set menu and a carafe of house red, and didn't go wrong, with the whole meal costing 44 Euros.
We had the goat's cheese salad as a starter...and the goat's cheese, bacon and leek crepe for mains.
Then creme brulee for dessert.
A really simple, fuss free 'plat du jour'!More