(At least, I imagine it was authentic - I haven't been to any others, but it was packed full of locals, many of whom had clearly come for their regular, and the wall decorations were a true celebration of traditional Breton Celtic heritage). The buckwheat crêpes and cider could not be faulted. I would particularly recommend the cider-soaked onion one (but beware, it also comes with eggs, cheese, and ham!). Three-seeds and goats cheese and tomato with cider seem to offer a more gourmet experience, whilst traditionalists will no doubt appreciate bacon, prunes and Lambig (which seems to be a local speciality).
There are plenty of plainer options for fussy children, and although we didn't get the chance to sample the sweet wheat crêpes, the wide choice certainly looked tempting.
Service was friendly and quick (seven of us were in and out in less than an hour at a busy time, as we had a train to catch).
Seeing your food cooked before your eyes always adds something to a meal, and Crêperie Ty Billig does not disappoint. In any case the varied and eye-opening local posters and artefacts provide a fascinating insight into what could easily be a bygone era, except for the fact that in the whole of Brittany, as in Ty Billig, the rich past thankfully still seems to be very much alive.
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