Food porn alert. Beautiful local food from the middle of no where. If you visit Vannes, be sure to check this place out. Found this place north of Vannes in Brittany. So worth the 15min drive to no where. Crazy talented husband and wife team (just the 2 of them). They only use local ingredients and that includes even their flour. AMAZING food and service.
Their galette is no kidding serious. It was light and crispy. I could literately hear the galette breaking off when I cut into it. What an amazing texture and buckwheat flavour without dryness!That St Jacque (scallop) was spellbinding! It was succulent, moist and flavoursome. What else can anyone ask for?
They have ruined galette for me. Where else am I supposed to find such amazeball crepe?!?!?!? Sorry to my dear old No. 1 spot, La Creperie of 1 Taojiang Rd Xuhui Qu Shanghai 200031, you have just been replaced permanently.
The interior of the restaurant was super cozy.
NB!!! No reservation means no food. Call or email before hand.
Where was I?
La Metairie de Kerozer Creperie
Allée de Kérozer • 56890 Saint-Avé, France
This was a treat from papa.
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Mouthwatering!! Great shots of these delicious local specialties!
Aw, thank you xox
Looks great Joyce but I would probably have to pass on everything except the water!!
Sorry, Denis. You’re right. I don’t think they can make a wheat free version unfortunately.
Wow! Those crepes look like unfolded brandy snaps and the display of doors and windows looks extremely magical and the food looks fab
Yes!!! I miss that place already!!!!
Your photos of the food are especially inviting in this post. I think it’s the warmth of the wooden table. I’ve never heard of, or tried a galette. Now I’m going to find out if any places in Toronto offers it on their menu! (I just did a quick search and all results are for crepes!)
Thanks, Stashy ???? o, I’ve noticed that a lot of restaurants outside of France labels theirs as crepes. You can give them a call to check. If they use buckwheat for their “crepes”, they’re actually galettes ????