The crepe restaurant has a walk-up, quick service line called Crêpes À Emporter at La Crêperie de Paris, as well as a sit-down restaurant.
The restaurant serves up authentic French food inspired by the Brittany area of France, which is known for its apple orchards (which produce the cider served in the restaurant) as well as crepes and galettes.
What Is A Galette?
A galette is a savory, pastry treat with the edges roughly folded in. It is made with buckwheat flour imported from France. The chef cooks it at a very high temperature – 450 degrees – which takes skill and care. The texture is crunchy and slightly caramelized. While it may look burnt or overcooked, it is not. The dark, crispy cousin to the crepe is a unique and delicious treat!
Crêpes À Emporter, which means crepes to go, offers a pick-up window where you can order a subset of the food offered at the sit-down restaurant. If you are looking for a quick, delicious, authentic French treat, check out the quick service offering
The table service area features wood beams in the ceiling and a menu full of great options.
Let’s look at the menu and the food:
Overall the new crepe restaurant down the street from Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is a winner. It services up delicious, unique food from both a quick-service window and in a sit-down restaurant.
Ever eat a galette? Want to try one in the France pavilion in EPCOT?