11, rue Grégoire de Tours, 75006, Paris, France.
Visited on: Thursday 22nd October 2015
Little Breizh was recommended in the Lonely Planet as somewhere good to go for lunch and so off we went. I wasn’t expecting to drink tea here, but when I saw that rooibos tea was listed on the menu I happily ordered it.
R had a bowl of cidre (cider) and I had a citrus rooibos tea. There was a French name for it, which I noted down, but now I can’t read my handwriting and so can’t tell you what it was. Apologies.
The crêpes were delicious and very filling. My tea was a good accompaniment to the richness of my crêpe and R was so taken with the cidre that he ordered another bowl.
- Teapot? Yes.
- Leaf tea? No, but it was a very nice teabag.
- Milk jug? No, no need for it with this type of tea.
- Price? €4 for a bowl of cidre, €4.50 (I think) for the citrus rooibos, €11 for R’s crêpe (ham, egg, bacon, cheese) and €11.50 for mine (bacon, mushrooms in cream, fried egg and cheese), €2 for a side salad. There were also set lunch menus that (if I remember rightly) included a savoury crepe, a sweet crepe and a drink for around €12/€14.
- Cake? No, but there were sweet crêpes, which looked amazing. Sadly I was too full to try one when we were there.
- Go again? Yes.