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I wanted to know if there was a really good place in Paris for a crêpe or if they this Bretonne classic was just for the tourists. I found Galette Café. We had
- a apple cider on tap - a tiny bit alcoholic but...More
This was my first French galette meal. I was not familiar with these buckwheat, thicker than a crepe wraps. They are served open faced and were delicious. The fillings were fresh and crisp. I wish I could get these in the States! We also had...More
Gallette is cooked with super low level ingredients (smelling bad as well) also, the party is heavy, salty and over cooked.
Never coming backMore
Date of visit: November 2019
Galettecafe, Cuisinier at Galette Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded November 25, 2019
I am sorry to hear that our food did not meet your expectations.
It is hard for me and our artisans to read your comment.
You said " low level ingredients " -> we work with small producers, artisan and favor organic farming.
My daughter and I stopped here for lunch. A smallish place but with seating for many. The host (he may also be the owner) was so welcoming and vibrant. The food was amazing. High quality ingredients clearly advocating all things french. The whole experience was...More
Came in with my parents to have a quick break. The ambiance was quite busy and the place almost full. My parents had eaten but I not yet so they ordered drinks, I something to eat. Soon after I heard the staff behind us talk...More
This cafe was nearby our apartment and on a tired afternoon, we wandered in. We had no idea we were in for such a treat. Amazing crepes, both savory and sweet. Fabulous staff. Good wine. Attention ton detail and quick service. It was not touristy...More
Went there for lunch and tried the menu, which includes oysters and a galette. The oysters were ok and whomever opened them probably needs some training as they had too much shell debris. The galettes were very tasty, the buckwheat recipe for the batter gives...More
What an amazing café not far from the Museé de Oraay. One of our family members is celiac, and she has been missing out on experiencing the amazing baked goods in Paris until today. We found the café on TA and couldn’t be happier. They...More
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