The best crêperies in Paris are no longer satisfied with just serving up a flat pancake sprinkled with sugar. Nowadays, they delight in dressing up their delicious masterpieces in rose petal whipped cream or rolling them out into strange contemporary works of art almost too good to eat.
At Lulu La Nantaise – Crêperie, the deliciously handcrafted pancakes are made with buckwheat, bio wheat, or a special Breton flour unique to the region, all hailing from the mill of Charbonnière. They only work with fresh and seasonal products, meaning that the menu changes three times a year. The crêperie also offers artisanal farm ciders, winegrowers’ wines, organic fruit juices, and a fine selection of spirits – all of which come from independent distilleries. The savoury galettes are priced from seven to 12 euros, while pancakes vary from a modest 4.5 to eight euros.