Time Out says
French bistro with Crêpes Suzette a speciality
Crêperie Le Mika moved into new premises and expanded its menu too, becoming a cute French bistro as well as the best place in town to snaffle a plate of Crêpes Suzette. It’s the pancakes that remain the big attraction. Savoury galettes made from buckwheat flour are supremely light and crispy, and come with an intelligently curated range of fillings: the galette with ratatouille and bacon (56Kn) was one of the most exciting light lunches we’ve had in quite a while. The choice of sweet pancakes takes up a good 50% of the menu, with the signature Crêpes Suzette heading up a list so tempting that it will have you genuinely stumped for choice. L’aumonie (which comes with apple confit, bits of biscuit and a dollop of ice cream; 51Kn) is one of those confections that jumps off the menu and demands to be tried. Even if pancakes aren’t your thing, Le Mika offers enough in the way of bistro fare to bring a constant procession of lunching locals through the door, with onion soup (39Kn), quiche of the day (48Kn) and an exemplary Boeuf Bourgignon (105Kn) among the regular orders. And as for non-crêpe desserts, the Crème Brûlée is perfection itself. It’s a relatively snug and intimate space, with orb-like lamps hanging from a barrel-vaulted ceiling, a wall-hugging bench, and a two-person window ledge-cum-table that’s well worth grabbing.
|Opening hours:||midday-10pm Tues-Thur, midday-11pm Fri & Sat, midday-6pm Sun, closed Mon|