We stopped by Saint Antoine de Tilly to have a look around the church and cemetery (my family lived here some generations ago). Just across the street from the church, we noticed some people were dining outdoors of a cute little house. That is how we came across this wonderful creperie. This is a small place with as much seating outside in nice weather as in the dining room (which has 4 or 5 tables). They do the most flavorful crepes I've ever had. There was one young lady preparing these works of art two at a time, made to order. She does not even pre-slice the tomatoes! The ingredients are all fresh from the garden and vary according to the season. It being lunch time, I had the bruschetta crepe with ham, cheese and tomatoes, my wife had a similar crepe with chevre and pesto. The crepes themselves are of the perfect texture and the farm fresh ingredients make for a winning combination. My only regret is that I was too full to try a dessert crepe. I had never heard of Chez Swann and could have easily overlooked the place driving by. Little discoveries such as this are what it's all about!