In France for pancake day so called in. Prompt service, great Crepes and Cidre. Set lunch looked good too.
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This is a quiet little creperie with the usual fares you can find in most other crepe restaurants. Nothing exceptional. It's a bit slow. Great if you just want to relax. Avoid if you are in a hurry.
Like several others who have posted reviews, we called here on spec at lunchtime and sat outside in the sun. We ordered the Nordic salad and the sardine salad, both were excellent and were accompanied by a half litre of local Sauvignon blanc. This was so nice that we asked where it had come from, which turned out to be... More
An earlier review says it's perfect to stop by before or after a visit to the chateau, and that's exactly what we did. It's busy little crepererie, but busy for a reason, that's because it's very good! Really nice, well presented food and reasonably priced. All in all, very content.
We happened upon this small creperie before we went on a tour of the Chateau Brissac across the street. We were delighted with our good fortune. I had a buckwheat crepe with smoked salmon, sauteed leeks, creme fresche with lemon, bits of parsley and a wedge of lime. My wife had a buckwheat crepe with razor thin slices of cured... More
Brissac-Quincé is a delightful little town, with a good choice of restaurants. We found a parking spot on place Tertre (free, s it was lunchtime) and saw le Haut Tertre nearby. Outside, "le Haut Tertre" calls itself a crêperie: but it's more than that, as the menu outside shows. The terrace had several smokers, so we chose to eat indoors.... More
This has changed it's name , and has a new owner , we stopped on the off chance , had two amazing well presented salads , glass of local wine , sat outside , a true experience ......it's now a bit of a deli too
Good food for a fair price. The menu has been simplified in recent years and seems to be better for the business as a creperie rather than bistro.
This little café is above the Chateau de Brissac. We stopped for lunch and enjoyed delicious galettes, crepes, cidre, and coffee. It was a little warm - today's temperature was hovering near 90 degrees f - and the place was packed, but the service was good and the food was even better. if it had not been so warm, we... More
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