Gwilherm Tanguy’s galettes go down easy at this urban Breizh spot with black hardwood floors, cream-colored benches and a white-tiled bar! The other day at lunch, this former white-collar spot was blown up with a small flavor bomb composed of organic buckwheat from the family mill, that was tender in the center and krase (crispy) around the edges… loaded with salty Rennes sausage, mustard, a runny egg and atomic tomme de Priziac cheese! A truly gale(c)ttic moment made even better by the must-try dry crepe which you dip in buttermilk, followed by an utterly simple sweet crepe glazed in 24-carat gold butter from Thierry Lemarchand – unless you’d rather opt for the more decadent chocolate, hazelnut and whipped cream version… // A.A.
FEELING THIRSTY ? There are craft Breton drinks: a peaty Philomenn lager (€5.80 for 330 ml), extra-dry Coat Albret cider (€5.30 a glass) or poiré from the Distillerie du Gorvello (€17 a bottle).
PRICE : Set menu €12.50 (weekday lunch), galettes and crêpes from €2.50 to €14.50.