Welcome people,nice place to eat good crepes. We will be back again on summer and see you very very soon.thank you.
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Discovered this authentic Breton creperie last year - went straight back this year! Saturday lunch overlooking the market is so relaxed here - the galettes and crepes are jolly good as is the Leffe pression and the cider served in traditional pottery cups. Love it!
Having read other reviews on TA we chose this place for lunch today. We arrived shortly after noon, and had a table outside, under the awning. I had the scallop and leek purée galette, my daughter went for the cheese and chorizo. Both were excellent,...More
We visited La Reine Anne as a group of 6 on July 27 2016. We had made a booking in advance and our table was nicely set as we arrived. The crepes were as delicious as usual as we visit here once or twice a...More
Just stumbled across this creperie in Morlaix - it is up above the square up some steps so it has a lovely view. The pression is particularly tasty as is the cider ( served in little jugs/ pichets and drunk from cups!) The ble noir...More
These may be the best crepes I've eaten in a restaurant. We went with relatives who are frequent customers, and were warmly greeted at the door by one of the owners who also waits the dining room. The menu has many choices, and some fantastic...More
We visited the Reine Anne again tonight with 2 friends. It was as great as usual (we go here 3 or 4 times a year). The service was excellent. The artisan cider was delicious. The price is very reasonable. We had 2 crepes each (8...More
very good crispy pancakes with local products and not expensive at all the staff is nice and they actually care about what they are serving
We always drop in here when we are in Morlaix. The crepes are the best in Morlaix, with l'Hermine coming in a close second. Prices are reasonable and the total cost for lunch for 4 adults and 3 children came to 70 euro, including a...More