Crêperie-Grill "An Teuzar"

It's Breton for 'nice'
Restaurant, French regional, Creperie at Landivisiau

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  • Tatiana and Marina, the proprietors of An Teuzar, make it their business to serve high quality food with a smile, in a traditional setting.

    An Teuzar means 'good, nice' in the Breton that's spoken in Douarnenez. It's an admirable target to set yourself, and you'll know they've achieved it when you come to eat at this little crêperie nestling behind Landivisiau's church. "We wanted to keep the traditional atmosphere," promises Tatiana Guilloy, who's joined Marina Hervet in the dining area today, and they have - the restaurant has exposed stonework, old tools and wooden chairs. You can sample top quality galettes (savoury buckwheat pancakes) and crêpes made with wholemeal buckwheat, filled with eggs from the Luzury farm, artisan Brittany sausage from Morbihan, smoked salmon from Landivisiau..."The way we fold our pancakes varies according to the recipe. They can be fan-shaped, envelopes, square, octagonal, and so on." Try the 'An Teuzar', for instance, with melted leeks, grilled goats' cheese and lettuce, before finishing off with a home-made caramelised apple crêpe with vanilla ice-cream and Chantilly cream.
  • Environment
    • In the town centre  :  Proche de l'église
  • Capacity
    • People :  50 place setting
  • Equipment
    • Children's games
  • Services
    • Animals accepted
    • Disabled facilities and reception
Payment methods
  • Luncheon vouchers
  • Holiday cheques
  • Restaurant cheques
  • Rates 2020
  • Menu of the day
    From 8.6 € to 11 €
  • Child's menu
  • All year
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