The 15 Best Creperies In Paris Where to Eat the Best Crepes

Children or grown-ups, everybody loves crepes! Whether it’s sweet crepes you have as a snack, or savoury buckwheat pancakes you eat for a meal, creperies offer you delicious recipes so that you can eat your crepe whenever you want. If you are in Paris and you crave crepes, here is our list of the best creperies in the capital city.

 

Crêperie Blün ● €€ – €€€

17, rue Saint-Marc, 75002 Paris

Located in the 2nd arrondissement, this creperie brings modern and traditional styles together. You will be welcomed in a cosy and relaxed atmosphere to enjoy various buckwheat pancakes and crepes made with fresh products. But it also offers takeaway menus so you can taste them at home. You will enjoy savoury pancakes, sweet crepes, fresh salads, and homemade desserts. Fruit juices are pressed whenever one is ordered. Come taste a “Blün”, their speciality. It is a buckwheat pancake filled with fresh products, which is rolled then sliced and served with lettuce.

Hours: Monday to Wednesday: from noon to 4pm, Thursday and Friday: from noon to 4pm and from 7pm to 10pm.

For more information, check the official site.

 

 

Crêperie Paris Breizh ● €€ – €€€

177, avenue Daumesnil, 75012 Paris ou 166, bd Vincent Auriol, 75013 Paris

©Paris Breizh Daumesnil

The goal for Paris Breizh (Breizh is the Breton word for Bretagne/Brittany) is to make you travel in all of Brittany with its dishes. Every day, the cooks choose the best ingredients to make their recipes. You can enjoy the crepes and buckwheat pancakes in the restaurant or at home! They offer several set menus to please the needs of all their clients. Each recipe of black wheat pancakes is named after a city in Brittany. You’ll just have to choose your destination.

Hours: Monday to Saturday: from noon to 2:30pm and from 7pm to 10:30pm.

For more information, check the official site (French link).

 

 

Mardi Crêperie Urbaine ● €€ – €€€

137, rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris

MARDI Crêperie Urbaine
Credits: MARDI Crêperie Urbaine

Like a fast-food restaurant, Mardi offers enjoyable buckwheat pancakes and crepes wherever you want them, on site or to take away. Come and make your own Mardise! Indeed, Mardi Crêpe invites you to make your crepe or savoury pancakes yourself, choosing from 50 different ingredients which are carefully picked. Therefore, each Mardise is prepared by the friendly staff when it is ordered. If you don’t know what to pick, you can always order a Mardise from the list of client’s favourites. Price depends on the ingredients you pick.

Hours: Monday to Wednesday: from noon to 10:30pm, Thursday: from noon to 11pm, Friday and Saturday: from noon to 11:30pm.

For more information, check the official site.

 

 

Crêperie Plougastel ● €€

47, rue du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris

Created in 1972 in the 14th arrondissement of Paris, the crêperie Plougastel will welcome you in an authentic setting so you can taste quality savoury pancakes and sweet crepes! In the Breton tradition, every ingredient is prepared on site. Moreover, the creperie orders its raw material from small producers. You’ll have enough to choose from. Indeed, the menu offers a lot of different recipes (the crepes and buckwheat pancakes are the same).

Hours: Every day: from noon to midnight.

For more information, check the official site (French link).

 

Crêperie Port-Manech ● €€ – €€€

52, rue du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris

For traditional crepes and buckwheat pancakes, go to the crêperie Port-Manech! The crepes and pancakes are of excellent quality because every product used is fresh and cooked on site. Each crepe is made in front of you according to what is ordered.
The menu offers a lot of different savoury pancakes and sweet crepes, the only thing for you to do is choose one.

Hours: Every day: from noon to 2:30pm and from 6:30pm to 11:30pm.

For more information, check the official site.

 

142, Crêperie Contemporaine ● €€ – €€€

59, rue Saint-Charles, 75015 Paris

The name of this creperie is original and well thought-out: 142 is the result of the addition of every department number that makes Brittany. The contemporary side comes from the decor; it will welcome you in a warm atmosphere, inside or on the terrace, if the weather allows it. Quality products are used to prepare these crepes and pancakes. So come and enjoy these delicious crepes! Different set menus are offered, for lunch or dinner. You can book a table with a phone call.

Hours: Monday to Saturday: from noon to 2:30pm and from 7pm to 10:30pm.

For more information, check the official site (French link).

 

 

La Crêperie Bretonne ● €€ – €€€

56, rue du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris

©La Crêperie Bretonne

Close to Gare Montparnasse, the Crêperie Bretonne will welcome you in a typical setting. Each buckwheat pancake and crepe is made depending on the order, and buttered as you want. Good-sized and of quality thanks to fresh products, come and taste the crepes and have a good time in this creperie.

Hours: Every day: from noon to 11pm.

For more information, check the Facebook page.

 

Crêperie Framboise ● €€ – €€€

7, rue de Ponthieu, 75008 Paris

In this creperie near the Champs-Élysées, you will be able to discover the classic and original recipes in an elegant restaurant.

They use organic flours to make their crepe batter. Each pancake and crepe is made depending on the orders. A wide range is offered, so indulge and pick one!
They also offer recipes with an original pancake inspired by the Dosa, an Indian speciality.

The Crêperie Framboise has other restaurants in different districts of the capital city.
You can book a table or choose a takeaway to enjoy the crepes at home.

Hours: Every day: from noon to 2:30pm and from 7pm to 10pm (Friday and Saturday until 10:30pm).

For more information, check the official site (French link).

 

Creperie de Josselin ● €€ – €€€

67, rue du Montparnasse, 75014

A small Montparnasse pearl, the Josselin creperie is a must for aspiring Bretons! You will not miss it with this long, eye-catching queue. You will be charmed by the warm and fierce welcome of our Breton friends, but also because of its high quality service and its succulent pancakes at all prices! The Creperie de Josselin offers buckwheat, salted pancakes called “couples”; that is, they are made up of two layers of pancakes with the topping in the middle. We recommend that you try the pancake called Josselin, a speciality of the house. All the typical flavours of pancakes are present, whether on the sweet or salty side. Finally, do not hesitate to taste the raw Kérisac cider produced in Loire Atlantique.

Hours: Every day except Monday from 12pm to 11pm.

 

French crêpe ● €€ – €€€

43, rue Archereau, 75019

Situated in front of the Court Florent in the 19e arrondissement, French Crêpes is a creperie/pizzeria halal. Here you can make your own pancakes from 3 euros with fresh and quality products. If you are very hungry, we recommend the Tartiflette pancake! Many desserts are also available.

Hours: Every day from 11am to 11pm

For more information, check the Facebook page.

 

Crêperie de la Joie ● €€ – €€€

4, rue du Fer à Moulin, 75005

For vegan people, the essential address is that of the Crêperie de la Joie. Here, you can savour Breton-inspired vegetarian and organic pancakes inspired so that you can have a healthy and seasonal breakfast. The creperie uses organic buckwheat flour, and non-hybrid organic spelt flour imported from Germany. You will also discover gluten-free, lactose-free and vegan pancakes.

Hours: Tuesday – Wednesday: from noon to 3pm, Thursday – Friday: from noon to 3pm and from 7pm to 10pm, Saturday from noon to 10pm.

For more information, check the official site.

 

Odyssey ● €€ – €€€

6, rue Dante, 75005

Who said that inhabitants of the galaxy didn’t have the right to eat pancakes? Star Wars’ fans will have the pleasure of tasting pancakes at the Odyssey. The futuristic decor reminiscent of a spaceship immediately puts you in the mood! In order to complete this atmosphere, the names of the pancakes are inspired by the SF geek culture and the menu is even translated into the imperial language. Made with fresh products, these pancakes are entirely homemade. So don’t hesitate to order galactic pancakes!

Hours: Tuesday – Friday from noon to 3.30pm and from 6pm to 11pm, Saturday: from noon to midnight

For more information, check the official website.

 

Princess Crêpe ● €€ – €€€

3 rue des Ecouffes, 75004

princess crepe creperie
Photo credits: © Princess crepe

Because pancakes can be eaten according to all customs, Princess crêpes is the meeting of Japan and French pancakes! And all this in the heart of the Marais in the center of Paris. An affordable price for delicious pancakes, the decor here is flashy with a bright pink that encourages you to come in and arouses your curiosity. Your pancake will be rolled up, closing everything you want inside: ice cream, whipped cream, fruit, chocolate etc. Cute little pancakes for delicious bites!

Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1pm to 7pm.

For more information, check the Facebook page.

 

Crêperie Gigi ● €€ – €€€

4 Rue de la Corderie, 75003

gigi creperie
Photo credits: © Gigi

If you like the associations of flavours and you have exotic tastes, the Gigi creperie is the perfect place. Perfect for a date, you will see classical pancakes on the menu but also some fusion like the Shiitaké-truffle ham pancake or the butter-sugar-yuzu pancake. A true delight and a real adventure for your taste buds.

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 12pm to 10.30pm and Sunday from 11.30am to 5pm.

For more information, check the official website. (French website)

 

Brocéliande ● €€ – €€€

15, Rue des Trois Frères, 75018

Some magic in your life! This is what the crêperie Brocéliande offers, as the name of this forest indicates, which contains legends such as Merlin and King Arthur! The welcome is warm and worthy of Brittany. The pancakes are good and varied. Do not hesitate to come by for an excellent price-quality ratio.

Hours: Tuesday from 7pm to 2am, Wednesday to Friday from 12pm to 3pm and 7pm to 10.30pm, Saturday from 12pm to 4pm and 6pm to 11pm, Sunday from 12pm to 4pm and 6pm to 10pm.

For more information, check the Facebook page.

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