The Ultimate Parisian Experience: Learn how to make Crepes in Paris!

The Ultimate Parisian Experience: Learn how to make Crepes in Paris!
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$83
Duration: 2 to 3 hours
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We are delighted to welcome you to our table to experience a marvelous taste of Brittany, France. This is a must-do in Paris and definitely an off the beaten track experience! 
French cuisine is extremely famous for it's marvellous taste and fantastic array of dishes. One famous French dish to try in Paris is the Galette de Sarrasin - also known as a crêpe. In Brittany there is a distinction between the famous French dessert and galette- its savoury counterpart. What is the difference between a galette and a crepe? I hear you ask...Well, a galette is made out of blé noir (buckwheat flour), whereas the sweet crepe is made out of plain flour.

We invite you to join us for a crepe cooking experience and try your hand at making this delicious classic dish. 
Have a look at our menu and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Menu: The Best Crepes in Paris (available for LUNCH or DINNER)
*** MAIN COURSE *** 
1 Galette complète 
filled with an egg, cheese and ham (salt and pepper) 
*please note that this course is not spicy and you can either remove any of the fillings 
*** DESSERTS ***
Crêpe 
filled with nutella, banana and almonds
*** DRINKS *** 
2 glasses of Brittany cider (this is what French locals in Paris drink with their galette!)

We are delighted to welcome you to our table to experience a marvelous taste of Brittany, France. This is a must-do in Paris and definitely an off the beaten track experience! 
French cuisine is extremely famous for it's marvellous taste and fantastic array of dishes. One famous French dish to try in Paris is the Galette de Sarrasin - also known as a crêpe. In Brittany there is a distinction between the famous French dessert and galette- its savoury counterpart. What is the difference between a galette and a crepe? I hear you ask...Well, a galette is made out of blé noir (buckwheat flour), whereas the sweet crepe is made out of plain flour.