Located in the lively rue Daguerre in the 14th arrondissement (worth a visit by itself), you have to know about this place to find it, as its entrance is hidden just off the road! But if you do, you’ll discover a lovely little garden and a very pleasant space with a glass ceiling – a modern yet cute crêperie.
Paris offers so many crêperies that it is hard to provide original recipes. Although admittedly you can find similar crêpes elsewhere, they do jazz up the classics. Having said that, I always appreciate a simple crêpe beurre-sucre (a pancake with butter and sugar), and theirs is absolutely satisfying. After all, aren’t restaurants best judged by the classics?
One thing is frustrating though: one of the walls is decorated with circles of different kinds of fabrics that look soft and lovely. It almost looks like an artwork designed to tickle your senses. But touching is not allowed. Ouch!