Le Bretagne

French in Kōrakuen & Akihabara

This French-owned cafe, hidden on a cobblestone lane in Kagurazaka, is credited with starting the Japanese rage for crêpes back in 1996 when it opened. Savoury buckwheat galettes are made with ham and cheese imported from France; the sweet ones – served with the likes of caramelised butter, apple compote and ice cream – are divine.

There's another branch, which is more of a bar, closer to Iidabashi Station.


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