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We had a lovely experience here. Luckily we were seated straight away, but there were queues as we left. My partner had a savoury crepe and I had a sweet one. The food was lovely, nice wine, and the decor was so warming.
This place is a winner! Their crepes are by far the best ones on that street. 5 stars for their savory ones, 5 1/2 for the desert, ah! I had their bacon, egg and cheese, absolutely awesome! Nice, authentic restaurant, friendly staff, great choice of...crepes. Make sure you bring cash with you and go early for dinner, otherwise the wait maybe long. The only one I go to since I discovered them!More
Oh man. I stopped into this place one evening while in Montparnasse. GREAT place! After going here, I stopped at several creperies in/around Paris, but none of them were as exciting at Josselin. The Cider was amazing, as well. As an aside - safe for...gluten free peeps!More
It's a cramped squeeze depending on where you sit. We were at a long row of tables that you practically had to crawl over to get to one side! The place is buzzing and popular which makes it fun. The service was friendly and always...available. We had a few crepes, salad, and hard cider. The food was all very good. Despite looking enormous it was actually not overly heavy. Just right for a late lunch after a couple hours of walking through the neighborhoods.More
Located on a street that is full of creperie, this place stands out by just how busy it is. It's busy for a reason, it's simply the best.
Great value and reasonably priced meal. Savoury galettes are served quickly and are very tasty. If you...are on a budget and want something quick, filling and stereotypically French you should head here. Don't be fooled into thinking that the crepes here have any relation to the product from the myriad of street stalls. These crepes and gallettes are a different breed and is exactly why tourists and locals alike are packing this place out of an eveningMore
Had a really tasty gluten free galette (savory crepe) with ham and cheese and a cider. A fantastic quick and easy dinner with kindly, efficient service. Would definitely return (and intend to if I have time this trip).
Visited yesterday evening. Had a short wait for a table for 2.
I wasn’t sure what to expect but the crepes were delicious.
Friendly , efficient staff at this very busy and popular restaurant.Prices were good
more importantly food was excellent. Well done to the...owner and all the staff.
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The namesake tower of Montparnasse dominates over the landscape but the fun part is the throbbing life that goes on below it. Bright lights, busy cinemas, brasseries and diners encompass hidden museums and parks to entertain the masses. Long avenues lead away from the tower to take you to unsuspecting places and historical monuments and treasures. In between lie adorable ivy-covered houses with beams and small
gardens to match. Just a short metro ride away from the center of Paris this neighborhood has something for every hour of the day.
Your dietary restrictions offer a challenge to French cuisine. This Creperie is inventive, but they do use real milk and to my recollection, had no notations on the menu about "lactose free" crepes. I could... More
Your dietary restrictions offer a challenge to French cuisine. This Creperie is inventive, but they do use real milk and to my recollection, had no notations on the menu about "lactose free" crepes. I could be wrong, but they do have a Nutella and banana crepe, and as you know Nutella is from hazelnut. Perhaps that one isn't made with creme? I have two photos of parts of the menu in French with the English translation under, but don't know how to send to you. I'll try to upload/add it to my review.