Add:1 Taojiang Rd, near Fenyang Rd
Credit Cards Accepted
English Service Available
This cozy restaurant features casual French fare with a menu of galettes, crepes and cider in addition to a French wine list. It's the first eatery in Shanghai based solely on the crepes and most are devoted to Brittany region. Even the decorations here will remind you of Brittany and the sea. The French owner has designed a menu that appeals to crepe connoisseurs and many of the crepes here are made with buckwheat, with a wide choice of savory fillings. There are some intriguing set combinations or you can design your own crepe. The tender, triangle-shaped crepes are delightfully warm, moist and served fresh off the griddle. It is a good place for lunch or afternoon tea but the portions are too small for a satisfying dinner. The lunch set (68 yuan, and 88 yuan) on weekdays offers one galette and one crepe plus a soft drink.