Musée National Picasso
One of Paris’ most beloved art collections is showcased inside the mid-17th-century Hôtel Salé, an exquisite private mansion owned by...
Café la Perle
This party bar – buzzing neighbourhood cafe by day – is where bobos (bohemian bourgeois) come to slum it over un rouge (a glass of red...
L'Epicerie du Breizh Café
Salted caramels, gourmet Bourdier butter, artisan jams, organic blé noir (buckwheat flour) and cider by the gallon are among the Breton...
109 rue Vieille du Temple, 3e · interesting places nearby
Breizh Café information
It is a well-known fact among Parisians: everything at the Breton Café (breizh is ‘Breton’ in Breton) is 100% authentic, rendering it the top spot in the city for authentic crêpes. Be it the Cancale oysters, 20 types of cider or the buttery organic-flour crêpes, everything here is cooked to perfection. If you fail to snag a table, try L'Épicerie next door.