Unique atmosphere of a fairy grotto with a tree on one side and a moss and fern wall on the other. I also noticed that there's a little activity spot for the kids here which can be invaluable. Unlike some other creperies the menu is not so vast you can't decide but the great combinations do make it difficult to choose. Several of the dishes are named after the fairies who appear on the walls: I had La Korrigan which was smoked bacon, potatoes, onions, cheese and cream. Absolutely delicious! Because it was so good, I relented and had a sweet crepe for dessert. Again, spoilt for choice but I decided on my reliable favourite of banana, chocolate and cream and it was seriously THE best chocolate and banana crepe I've ever had - real dark chocolate sauce and lots of it when I've previously had people pass nutella off as chocolate sauce or you get hardly any. Very good prices, very friendly service, the staff do speak some english, child friendly and on sunny days there's some outdoor tables. A winner!
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