Hidden in a narrow, touristy street just off Boulevard St.-Germain, Little Breizh Café is a must-eat foodie destination for creative crepes and Breton brut ciders. Brother and sister duo Pierre and Claire Goasdoué prepare organic buckwheat galettes with an epicurean flair. Their specialties include “Saint-Jacques de la Coquine” with toasted nuts on pear fondue, coated with a cream and onion sauce; “Say Cheese” with warm apples, goat cheese, walnuts, topped with sticky-sweet honey; and “Sea Chic” with smoked salmon, dill cream, petite rose berries, and a squirt of lemon. For a sweet finish, try the Teddy Breizh, which consists of two crepes with a heavy drizzle of chocolate and caramel sauces, served with marshmallow bears, powdered biscuits, and Chantilly vanilla ice cream.
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