The star crêperie of the area, and the one with the longest queues, is the prettily decorated Josselin, where the speciality is the Couple - two layers of galette with the filling in the middle. The savoury galette is followed by the dessert Crêpe de Froment, which comes in three varieties: classic (honey and lemon or wonderful caramel beurre salé); flambéed with calvados; or a fantasy creation oozing with chocolate, banana, ice cream and whipped cream. Wash it all down with bowls of cider, of which the brut is far better than the sweet. You'll be surprised how full you feel at the end and the bill should come to no more than €20 a head, a buckwheat bargain by Paris standards.
67 rue du Montparnasse
|Opening hours:||Open 11.15am-3.15pm, 6-11.30pm Tue-Fri; 11.30am-midnight Sat; 11.30am-11pm Sun. Closed Aug & 1st wk Jan|
|Transport:||Metro: Edgar Quinet|
|Price:||Main courses €9|