Galettes at Breizh café
Breizh Café is an authentic Breton retreat in Paris, opened by Bertrand Larcher (who also manages two other branches in Cancale, Brittany and Tokyo). The galettes (their proper name when they’re savoury, never crêpes) are fine, lacy things, cooked on the right side and made as they should be, with organic buckwheat flour. The filling ingredients are irreprochable, and all from lofty origins: salted butter and cheeses from Bordier, andouillette from Guémené, beer from Armorique, local cider and oysters, etc. We won’t recommend any particular one – any galette here is a joy.