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Petite France Nord Ouest
0.4 miles from Cathedrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg
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Reviewed September 29, 2020

Absolutely delicious blé noir crepes! Great cost/benefit and very good location. Exactly what I was looking for in a crepe restaurant.

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed November 30, 2019

We stopped in for a sweet after lunch! It did NOT disappoint! I got the plain sweet crepe...it was perfect! My friend got the Nutella crepe and she loved it too! Definitely recommend!!

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed October 21, 2018 via mobile

We stopped in for a cappachino and dessert crepe. Even though strausburg isn’t the part of France that specializes in crepes, we thought we would try it. Good thing we did, My husband had a banana fosters crepe loaded with fresh chantilly cream and it...had so much rum he could hardly walk back to the hotel. I had a cheese crepe. They were both fabulous. We had the sweetest server and left her a big tip. They are lucky to have her. Highly recommend.More

Date of visit: September 2018
Reviewed September 23, 2018

We had two different kind of crepes. They were made out of buckwheat and very delicious. we also tried a dry and also sweet cidre. The service is very friendly and very fast. Seems like they are not open on Sundays. Definitely worth a try.

Date of visit: September 2018
Reviewed April 25, 2018

We ate here several times when we wanted a quick dinner that we knew would be good and satisfying. Finding gluten-free food in Strasbourg was a bit challenging for me, but this place made it easy because ALL of their savory crepes are made with...buckwheat, which is a gluten free grain! :) Also, service was fast and friendly every time. I highly recommend the salmon crepe!More

Date of visit: April 2018
Reviewed January 26, 2018 via mobile

We were walking on the Grande Rue for find some quick and nice lunch. After 5 months in Strasbourg, I've already tried out lot of specialities, but the galette from Bretagne not yet. This nice place, which with the underground floor is actually bigger than...it seems from outside, is not just perfect to taste the salty (cheese-egg-meat-vegetables in different combinations) galette but sweet crêpes and the French cidre as well. For a menu of 12 💶 all of them is included, perfectly satisfying lunch. I have eaten the vegetarian galette, filled with creamy vegetables. The service is quick, polite and efficient, they speak English as well.More

Date of visit: January 2018
Reviewed September 10, 2017 via mobile

Wanting a less heavy meal than is traditional in the area we went to this creperie in the evening. Front outside tables The front outside was almost full and we were told the back terrasse was closed (maybe only open at lunchtime?) but we got...a table for 2 in the small area at ground level. Afterwards people went to the cellar. The front tables were reserved so clearly if you want one of those you need to reserve. Good choice of galettes and crepes. My spinach and goats cheese galette was particularly tasty. Then my caramel crepe was good enough to persuade me to buy a pot of caramel. Prices very reasonable. Enjoyed cidre doux. Limited wine range but reasonable price for a half bottle of Cotes du Rhone for my husband. Staff were pleasant (I can speak French so didn't test their response to those only able to speak English). Well worth a visit.More

Date of visit: September 2017
Reviewed July 29, 2017 via mobile

Delicious crepes (both saulty and sweet), not expensive. The waitresses are kind and efficient. We had a good time there. It is a great choice to eat rather lunch nor breakfast.

Date of visit: July 2017
Reviewed June 25, 2017

We stepped into this small, simple restaurant about two streets away from the Petit France area. The little kitchen is at the entrance, 3-4 wooden tables and chairs, one customer was eating inside. As we asked to have a table inside by the window, we...were prompted to consider to sit at the "terrasse" which is more like a "rullee" (an ally in the back of the building) then a terrace. We said we prefer to sit inside, we sensed a bit of a resistance, but the waitress said "sure, anywhere", we painted to the only table by the window, which would have accommodate us three, and quite frankly give some life to an otherwise empty eatery....but out of the blue, that table became all of a sudden "reserved!" You could tell it was a fib they made up as it was created right there and then. In my passable French I asked when was the "reservation" for and of all 4 people, the two young waitress (teens?) and the two unfriendly men in the kitchen, none of them knew, they just knew it was reserved. This type of place, more of a cafe or a simple counter is not expectedly the place for reservations, let alone right as they just opened....hungry and with precious time for the sigtings, we decided to stay. We ordered the savory and sweet crêps deal for 12.50 euro. Any question that I asked about the type of crepes was met with a disintrest, and just creepy suspicious looks among the 4 of them. The savory gallets (crêpes) were good, tasty: we had the smoked salmon, mushrooms and egg, ham and cheese ones. While we ate and tourists started to arrive, they were all encouraged to go to the back. Interestingly the outside tables at the front of the store were left unoccupied for awhile, while the back alley was filling up....from a business point of view this makes no sense, especially for a cafe that doesn't seem busy....We we're done with our savory gallets (type of crêpes) no one had yet claimed that infamous "reserved" table. We waited a while being ignored for the last part of the deal: the sweet crêpes. But they took their time, purposely maybe, hoping we will leave to profit for charging for two but serving one ( they know tourists are always in a time crunch) till I had to ask! Finally (after too long) the OVERLY sweet crêps arrived; the marmalade and the sugar and butter didn't even merit the price nor the wait. I sense that they can do better job with the more sophisticated sweet crêpes. The window table was never filled, it was left sadly empty for the entire hour or so we were there.... the attitude was permanently creepy and I kept thinking how sad it was that such young people are filled with such prejudice and hatred, they were all in their twenties. I cannot imagine how those who don't speak French, will be treated....I asked how long they have been in business and was surprised to learn that it's been four years! As I got up to leave they started to feel bad and tried to justify their dishonesty in regard to the "reserved" table, but it didn't fly with me. I told them what I think and hope that they take a good look at how they operate and cut the crap of!More

Date of visit: June 2017
Reviewed December 5, 2016 via mobile

After trying, without success to get a table in several restaurants close to the Xmas market, we went few yards back and ended it in this Creperie. We got very decent crepes and galettes and the service was very kind. All good.

Date of visit: December 2016
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