Looking for more local spots in Paris? Make sure you get yourself a copy of our 2019 INSIDR Free Paris Travel Guides! Crêpes, born in Brittany, has become a beloved treat throughout France and some of the best crêpes in Paris are listed right here. Both sweet and savory, filled with chocolate or ham and cheese, you must try a crêpe when coming to Paris. If you love discovering Paris by mouth, read on to find INSIDR’s top ranked and best crêperies à Paris…
For a mix of modern and traditional, visit GiGi! GiGi also offers hot chocolate and mulled wine, and pairs well with either your sweet or savory crêpe on a rainy Parisian day.
4 rue de la corderie, 3rd arrondissement. Open Tuesday- Saturday: 12 PM- 10:30 PM
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Kurgen is the opposite of a traditional crêperie- its modern interior makes this crêperie really cool. They crêpes are also excellent and only made with ingredients from Breton.
58 rue de la Fontaine au Roi, 11th arrondissement. Open Wednesday- Saturday from midday and the evening from 7 PM, Brunch on Sunday from midday
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At Breizh Café you will find unusual ingredients in your savory crêpes, spicing up the traditional crêpe menu! Another benefit of this place is that a full meal including both a sweet and savory crêpe with cider is also very affordable, for less than 20 €/ person.
109 Rue Vieille du Temple, 3rd arrondissement. Open Wednesday- Saturday: 11:30 AM – 11 PM & Sunday 11:30 AM- 10 PM
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While in Paris, you must checkout Montparnasse where the catacombs and Montparnasse tower are located! A little known fact is that Montparnasse is also the hub for crêperies in Paris, filling the side streets of the 14th arrondissement. Our favorite in this neighborhood is Crêperie Josselin as they serve traditional Breton buttery crêpes in a room full of character.
67 rue du Montparnasse, 14th arrondissement. Open Tuesday- Sunday: 12PM- 11PM