Crepe is perfect! You have so much options to try. Tea is superb too. This place offers authentic French taste and a bit of the ambience.
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We stumbled upon this place while wondering the side streets of Siem Reap on our last day. Wow what a find. Run by an French man who takes greats care to use authentic equipment and ingredients. Our older son has a Wheat flour issue and...More
This is a hidden gem. A lovely little cafe with authentic French food. Our host was charming and helpful. Highly recommended for a change from 'local' food. A good wine list at fair prices.
I am a resident of Siem Reap, and La Creperie Bretonne is one of my favourite restaurants here. Consistently excellent food (I normally go for one of the galettes - always a good choice, as it is their signature dish) and wines, with good service....More
I miss proper crepes and it was such a nice surprise to find an actual Creperie Bretonne in Siem Reap and they have authentic galette sarazin (buck wheat savory crepes) and their sweet crepes were also excellent! <3 The kitchy hole-in-a-wall place just adds to...More
Tired of Khmer fare, we popped in for dinner one night. I'm so glad we did! The French owner is so kind, the food is authentic and they have a great vegan option!!! Also, my friend ordered a carafe of rosé and was highly impressed...More
Run by a french man they offer good, traditional crepes. The range is good but service was appalingling slow during our lunch visit.
We visited the restaurant on the first day of Khmer new year. It was so nice to enjoy the chilling lemon and honey cider! You need to slow down and relax yourself in La Creperie Bretonne. Food are served slowly but you got a chance...More
The drinks and galettes are quite expensive relative to the surrounding restaurants. Staff and owner were very friendly. For crepes priced same much as in Paris they were however average. Recommended if you really fancy some French dessert.More
Hi I think you have paid your flight for coming.... the flour, cheese, Belgian beer paid also for coming so the price is here 3 to 4 time more expensive than in the supermarket in france. and price the same...are we too cheap? good days...More
The crepes are overpriced and the café overrated and the place hidden among the streets! The place is hot in the afternoon and ensure you request for Air conditioner to be on. Simple deco but the owner is there to see to the customer's need...
thanks overpriced? all the goods are coming from Europe and I am happy to be in a quiet street