Créperie du Pont Fleurie: galettes,crêpes,and pizzas in old world charm
very quaint créperie in a cobble stone road, near the pont fleurie and the river Ellé and near the abbey church of Ste Croix. Cant beat the ambiance and surroundings here.
The welcome is friendly by the lady owner, and the staff is very friendly and efficient. The decoration are very Breton stones and woodend beams all over with a central chimney like in a real home.
the food is huge portions and delicious, we told them so. Actually the pizzas you can order one for two persons ,huge. The sequence of serving very traditional and pleasant servings just for us five.
A place to return on our travels in our area. Take home is available and left over allowed to be taken out. Open everyday even on Sundays as we do from 12-14h
It has become one of our landmarks as come back again.
Favorite Dish: we ordered several kinds of pizza from mine Chochonne, loaded with andouille the breton sausage,potatoes,and cheese huge, then there was vegetarian for the wife, and goat cheese for the kids plus one galette complet, ham and cheese. We had two bottles of local cider Patrick Gourlay, brut excellent at 5,5%
We went for desserts, banana splits, colonel with vodka,whisky flavored ice cream;then finish with expresso coffee. All for 106€ for five persons, good prices and the quantities merit them well.
we had several here from cochonne to orientale pizzas to ham and cheese galettes, apple juice, and rose house wine, expresso coffee all for 76 euros, you can pick and choose they even have menus
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Le Médiéval: At the middle of history
There was something slightly surreal about sitting outside a medieval building on a very warm, sunny October day next to the remains of an 11th century church and the great bulk of another - a copy of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem at the top of the road behind us..
We had failed to get a table at the restauarant recommended by one of the family so sat down here and were served very quickly.
We stuck to omelettes and crepes - always a safe bet in this part of France, very reasonable; these were good and came with good bread and a nice salad.
Inside a full restaurant service was provided and it was worth going inside to see the massive stone walls and beamed ceilings.
The building is the one shown right in the centre of picture 3 - the information board.