Monday, 22 April 2013

Au P'tit Breton

Au P'tit Breton is a nice and cosy restaurant located in the Chatelain neighbourhood. It is all themed upon Brittany, a region in the north-west of France, so the sailors and sea references are everywhere. The owner and the chef are actually the same person: Thomas, a very nice guy that you can see in the kitchen, preparing everyone's delicious delights.

The menu is rather rich on what their speciality is: pancakes! Indeed, you can taste salty pancakes prepared with buckwheat flour exclusively biological and then sugar pancakes for dessert. You have a lot to choose from, there's sure one for every taste. As a starter, there's also a fish soup from Cancale. To drink, I can recommend the cider from French Brittany (which you can drink in really cute cups), but there's also wine or beer and all non-alcoholic drinks. This is what we ate.

Galette au jambon cru de Bayonne

Galette Parisienne
Crepe maison (caramel beurre salé). This was the best caramel I have ever tasted!

The cider

So here's a place where you can have a nice time, surrounded by a lovely atmosphere while tasting yummy pancakes. Be sure to pass by there!

Au P'tit Breton
117 American Street
1050 Bruxelles
+32 (0) 2 538 00 08

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