It was museum day in Paris and my wife and I were walking from the Musee Rodin to the L'Orangerie. This iconic eatery was packed with locals at 2 seater tables and simply said stop to us for a late lunch! We found the owner - maitre d' - waiter, Charles Azzi to single handedly care for the front of this Normandie crepe and salad "frencherie" with friendliness, efficiency and happiness! His galettes are Normandie style buckwheat "crepes" with a more earthy and sweeter flavor but with a light and airy texture. Each was filled with any combination of emmental cheese, and fresh ingredients such as tomato, spinach, ham and others. Sweet crepes were served with delicious ice cream, fresh whipped cream and caramel. Wines were reasonable. Charles helped my french understanding and language. He, like the general Parisians were helpful, delightful, and fun to be with. Don't miss this find in the 7th district (arrondisement).
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