This slightly posher St-Germain sister restaurant of the long-time Marais favorite is turning out the same buttery buckwheat galettes as the original, but in less cramped conditions. Tables on the terrasse make this a great options for warm summer evenings, especially if you start with an icy platter of fresh oysters or langoustines.
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In Other Words
Le Fooding (2017) notes that there are three versions of the classic galette complète on offer here, including a very rich Rive Gauche version with truffled ham. They recommend saving room for a dessert crêpe afterward with creative twists like buckwheat ice cream, kinako powder, kuromitsu and matcha ice cream.