In a neighborhood beloved by gourmet diners, the Krügen crêperie doesn’t have any traditional bigoudens but does have plenty of style: waxed concrete floors, Scandinavian furniture, longboards… And, hot off the bilig for us the day we went for lunch: an incredible complète (supérieur baked ham, an egg and emmental made using raw milk from Franche-Comté, €8.20), chosen from amongst 15 savory options – andouille from Guémené (€9.10); roasted mushrooms in a cream sauce (€8.90); sausage with onion confit (€8.20), etc. Plus, there are plenty of sweet crepes as well: butter and sugar; grand cru dark chocolate; homemade salted caramel; or artisanal jams (from €3 to €7.90). As for the drinks, there’s an entire panoply of Breizh beverages: a wonderful selection of artisanal ciders including the excellent organic brew from François Séhédic (€14.80 a bottle), plus a fine selection of local beers like the Philomenn (€5.50 for 330 ml). Menus from €10.50 to €13.50 (weekday lunch), brunch €22 (Saturday and Sunday). // J.G.