Crêperie Saint-Côme

Hundreds of crêpes to be had on the farm
Restaurant, Creperie at Saint-Nic

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  • Vegetables from the garden, foie gras and fig purée... The Crêperie de Saint-Côme offers both quality and quantity when it comes to crêpes.

    How many crêpes are there on the menu at the Crêperie de Saint-Côme? Come on… No idea? You might as well give up, you’ll never get it. 585 buckwheat or wheat crêpes! Is that all? They really do need all the room in the converted stables to store all that. A traditional Breton cottage, or ‘longère’, with wooden tables and farmhouse items hanging on the stone walls… A whole array of really crispy “kraz” crêpes, served with vegetables from the garden and the speciality, the ‘Saint Nicaise’, “lightly-cooked foie gras is placed on a crêpe with salad, Menez Hom goats’ cheese, fig purée and pine nuts”, explains Pierre Le Droff, who took over this crêperie in 1997 from his mother, who set it up in 1974. And then a short after-dinner walk to the neighbouring Chapelle Saint-Côme, classified a listed building due to its unusual roof timbers.
  • Chef
    Pierre LE DROFF et Mathieu DUC-MAUGE
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