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Welcome to our family-owned crêperie offering a unique French culinary experience. A staple in Brittany (a province in Northwest France), crêpes are enjoyed by the “Bretons” for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert. (Click to view La Crepe’s full menu.)

A crêpe is best described as a very thin, grilled pancake. As a main dish, it can be filled with a variety of meats, vegetables, cheese and sauces. Our savory crêpes come with a choice of two types of batter: the regular white flour or the “galette” made from organic buckwheat. The galette is nuttier in texture, wholesome and 100% gluten-free. We recommend the galette for most of our savory selections.

Dessert crêpes are traditionally made with the white flour and can be filled with fruits, nuts, spreads or our homemade jams. Our jams are made with all fresh fruits and reduced natural cane sugar – no preservatives. Seasonal organic fruit jams are also available.

We support local, organic and sustainable growers. Our salads and crêpes are made mostly with organic vegetables.

In Brittany, crêpes are always accompanied with a bubbly apple cider. We recommend trying a “Cidre Bouché” to enhance your dining experience. For craft beer and wine enthusiasts, we offer a selection of beer and wine pairings to complement the flavors of both our savory and dessert crêpes.

We hope you can pass by soon to enjoy our offering of traditional French recipes .

Bon appétit!



4 thoughts on “

  1. Ive been going to this restaurant since they first started in indialantic fl. the family that owns it is extremly nice and helpful. the food quality is great at the service is too.


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