The crêpes and galettes of Harajuku have somewhat skewed Tokyo’s idea of these thin French pancakes, but Le Bretagne serves the real deal for anyone with a yearning for something more authentic. The galettes, made with buckwheat, are a perfect meal at any hour of the day, especially when paired with a glass apple cider from Brittany.
The galette selection offer combinations of melty cheese, ham, fried egg and mushrooms, whereas seasonal specials feature ingredients like crab with bechamel sauce and semi-dried tomatoes. Try to leave room for dessert, as the crêpes here are worth a special visit, too. Order the crêpes suzette if you’re in the mood for something classic, or take your crêpes with a scoop of ice cream on the terrace.