We regularly go to Quimper when we are in Brittany and years our friends (french) took us to this delightful little creperie. It is the oldest in town, is small and it is advisable to book. The pancakes are the best, according to our tastes and the variety of fillings is extensive, if they have it you can combine it in any way. Last time I went I had a 'savoyarde' - reblochon cheese, lardons, potatoes and onions, a side of tomatoes with herbs de provence (of course), a side salad and all washed down with a local cider (our spelling not theirs). We visited another creperie the following week and it was sold to us as being the best in that particular area. It was not a patch on St. Marc and I wouldn't waste my time reviewing it, or maybe I should?
You may find better crepes, but I doubt it, it really is worth a visit, see you there!
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