Quimper is definitely not lacking in crêperies, and the friendly Crêperie du roi d’ici is a great option. Closed during the winter months, this crêperie should definitely be on your list of dining options if you’re visiting during the summer. Procuring top-notch ingredients including organic flour, the crêperie offers both sweet and savory options.
Crêperie du roi d’ici, 2 rue du Roi Graillon, Quimper, France, +33 2 98 87 53 37
La Krampouzerie offers some of the best crêpes around. This venue uses nothing but the best ingredients available, including organic milk and flour. Located in the historic center, La Krampouzerie serves an array of sweet and savory delights. Try the duck breast, goat cheese and honey, or for those with a sweet tooth, the roasted pear with salted caramel, butter and ginger.
La Krampouzerie, 9 rue du Sallé, Quimper, France, +33 2 98 95 13 08
Brimming with Italian charm, Pomodoro e Basilico offers diners a great selection of delicious pizza and other Italian delights. For something meat-free, try the Forestiera with tomatoes, mozzarella, mushrooms, olives and oregano or the 4 Stagioni with tomato, mozzarella, mushrooms, artichoke, pepper, onions and cream.
Pomodoro e Basilico, 8 rue Saint-Marc, Quimper, France, +33 2 98 53 84 06
Au Vieux Quimper is one of the oldest crêperies in Quimper and is located behind the Musée des Beaux-Arts. Some of the savory options include mushrooms, egg, cheese and Provencal tomatoes; egg, ham, cheese and chorizo; and the buckwheat crêpe with goat cheese. As for sweet choices, the house-made salted caramel, apple with grilled almonds and honey and the pear with chocolate and Chantilly cream are firm favorites.
Au Vieux Quimper, 20 rue Verdelet, Quimper, France, +33 2 98 95 31 34