It snowed a lot during our visit to Paris! We stayed in the Latin Quarter, and Creperie de Cluny had been recommended to us by a friend. It's very charming, with a lovely outdoor terrace that's heated in winter. The service is very friendly - the best we've had in Paris (the waiter told us this creperie has been under new management since December 2012). For savory mains, they serve the traditional "galette" buckweat crepe - of which there are many choices! Everything from goats cheese, honey and walnuts, to salmon and even minced meat. We washed it all down with a brut cider from Brittany, which had a very earthy, apple flavor. The sweet "froment" crepes are definitely the best part - so whatever you do, do NOT skip desert. My fave is the salidou, caramel beurre salé (salty butter, or butterscotch) crepe. To die for!! We'll definitely be coming back to Creperie de Cluny on our next trip to Paris.
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