This Brittany born delicacy has become a treasured French favourite. Whether filled with Nutella and enjoyed on a wintery Parisian evening, or stuffed with cheese and ham and eaten in a cosy crêperie with a glass of cider, your Paris adventure must feature a tasty crêpe. 

Below you will find INSIDR’s top picks for where you find on a delicious crêpe in Paris...

Banner photo credit: Krügen



Photo credit: Paris by Mouth

Photo credit: Paris by Mouth

Montparnasse is the hub for crêperies in Paris. You will find them nestled in the side streets all around the 14th arrondissement. One of our favourites in this area is Crêperie Josselin. This unassuming eatery will give you the real traditional Breton experience, serving buttery, authentic crepes in an old- school dining room full of dark wood and Breton lace. 

67 rue du Montparnasse, 14th arrondissement. Open Tuesday- Sunday: 12PM- 11PM 


The savoury buckwheat crêpes at Breizh Café are filled with usual ingredients to give a fun twist on the traditional combinations! The dessert crepes are delicious!  A full meal including a sweet and savoury crêpe and cider won’t break the bank either, you can escape for less than €20 per head. 

109 Rue Vieille du Temple, 3rd arrondissement. Open Wednesday- Saturday: 11:30 AM - 11 PM & Sunday 11:30 AM- 10 PM 

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Photo credit: Krügen Facebook page 

Photo credit: Krügen Facebook page 

Gone are the aged lace and old school interiors of the traditional crêperie at Krugen- this place is the definition of cool. With slick and modern decor, it’s aesthetically very pleasing, but the crêpes are still great and are filled with quality ingredients straight from Breton. 

58 rue de la Fontaine au Roi, 11th arrondissement. Open Wednesday- Saturday from midday and the evening from 7 PM, Brunch on Sunday from midday 

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GiGi has masterfully mixed the modern with the traditional to create a cosy crêperie with a great selection of sweet and savoury crêpes. Their hot chocolate and mulled wine are also excellent and ensure the perfect winter meal to warm you up on a cold Parisian evening! 

4 rue de la corderie, 3rd arrondissement. Open Tuesday- Saturday: 12 PM- 10:30 PM 

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