La Saint-Georges

La Saint-Georges

The audacity of the most well-known crêpe restaurant in Rennes pays off
Restaurant, Creperie at Rennes
Opening hours and services not guaranteed
  • Forget the codes of traditional crêpe making. Here, from the decoration to the plate, everything shakes up the codes, for your delight!

  • When you enter this venerable half-timbered house in Rue du Chapitre in old Rennes, you do not expect such a surprise: comfortable armchairs instead of wicker chairs, a thick carpet and colourful curtains, and designer tableware that showcases inventive cuisine, where noble products (fried foie gras, scallop, and also Camembert sorbet or carrot-curry) are delicately married with the buckwheat crêpes. What's the secret of these exciting savoury crêpes, all named after famous Georges? Two...
    When you enter this venerable half-timbered house in Rue du Chapitre in old Rennes, you do not expect such a surprise: comfortable armchairs instead of wicker chairs, a thick carpet and colourful curtains, and designer tableware that showcases inventive cuisine, where noble products (fried foie gras, scallop, and also Camembert sorbet or carrot-curry) are delicately married with the buckwheat crêpes. What's the secret of these exciting savoury crêpes, all named after famous Georges? Two Breton mills make the flour for the mix, the eggs are free-range and organic, and the butter comes from Bordier. If the dining room is full, a second address at 17 rue Jules Simon has exactly the same menu.
  • Chef
    Pascale kozyk
  • Environment
    • In the town centre
  • Spoken languages
    • English
Services
  • Services
    • Disabled facilities and reception
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