A little bit of Paris in Lisbon is how we can describe this comfy crêperie, which brought some wholesome and light meals to the hectic Cais do Sodré.
Serving breakfasts, lunches and brunches, galettes and sweets – along, of course, with mouthwatering crêpes – they present several options at accessible prices.
The galettes, savoury or sweet, are made from gluten-free, biological buckwheat, making the dough a little darker but crunchier, and they are served as a main dish instead of an entrée.
During summer, try a refreshing cold soup and have a look at their wine list, which features some interesting options and they also serve it by the glass.
Its interior is cosy enough for a midday meal with friends or an afternoon bite while you wait for dinner time. Sneak behind the Mercado da Ribeira food court and step inside this inviting place with an open kitchen.
Born from the desire of one of the owners to provide the crêpes she experienced in Brittany, 10 years after moving from Paris to Lisbon – she is also the daughter of Portuguese immigrants in France.
You can also enjoy your crêpes at La Crêperie das Amoreiras, in Amoreiras Shopping Centre, 1030 shop, 1st floor, Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco 1070-103 Lisbon.