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Crêperie St.Michel

After visiting the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Shakespeare & Co. bookshop, we walked around the Latin Quarter to get something to eat. We planned on getting home early today, back to our rented room at the 13th arrondisement, as we are hauling our luggage and switching accommodations to the 1st arrondisement. After a few minutes of walking, we luckily stumbled upon this little crêperie.

Grouchy-looking monsieur making our crêpe
Creperie Saint-Michel

I love a savory crêpe. Ham & cheese for me (jambon et fromage?). Look at how much cheese is in there!
Creperie Saint-Michele
Creperie Saint-Michele - cheese and ham crepe

Banana-nutella for A.
banana-Nutella crepe at Creperie Saint-Michele

Went up the second level where there are seats. Quite possible the best one I ever had. Do not ever underestimate street food and hole-in-the-wall joints. At about 5 euros, really so good and filling enough for dinner.
Creperie Saint-Michele

The Greek eatery from across the street– I just found it amusing that the ‘apprentice’ looks so very Chinese, and he reminds me of characters from the Lao Fu Tzi comics I used to ‘read’ when I was younger.
Greek restaurant in Paris

Crêperie St. Michel
Rue de la Huchette
(Quartier Latin)
Paris 75005

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