Bernadette, the new creperie of the district
Categories : Eating, published on : 11/22/22
The Village Popincourt, a fraction of the Oberkampf neighborhood, has been home for a few months to a traditional crêperie named after the owner's grandmother: Bernadette.
Bernadette is described as a bubbly and dynamic grandmother, who taught her grandson to take care of the farm. The latter was also able to approach the restaurant business thanks to his parents' restaurant in Normandy.
The spirit of this restaurant is therefore joyful and familial, the decoration and the warm service will make you feel at home.
On the menu, a cuisine based on fresh and seasonal products, to convey the value of working the land, very important for the owner.
The crêpes and Breton galettes offered respect the traditional "Breizh friendly" preparation, but the cooks are also inspired by the bistronomic cuisine to offer original and inventive recipes, always based on local products.
For waffle lovers, you can taste real buckwheat waffles.
All the products used, the different flours (spelt, chestnut, toasted buckwheat, buckwheat and organic wheat), the vegetables, the charcuterie, the honeys, and the jams, come from committed French producers.
A selection of quality ciders and beers will accompany your meal and help you discover Breton vintages.
At Bernadette's, you will spend a friendly and relaxed moment discovering the traditional Breton pancakes and galettes.
Open Tuesday to Friday from 12 pm to 3 pm and from 7 pm to 11 pm. Saturday from 12 pm to 3 pm. A 4-minute walk from the Hotel Fabric.
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