Crêperie la Reine Anne

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Morlaix, France

French restaurant

Crêperie la Reine Anne Reviews | Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars (8 reviews)

Crêperie la Reine Anne is located in Morlaix, France on 45 Rue du Mur. Crêperie la Reine Anne is rated 4.8 out of 5 in the category french restaurant in France.


45 Rue du Mur

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+33 298632116

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Good for kidsHigh chairsToilets


Wheelchair-accessible car parkWheelchair-accessible entranceWheelchair-accessible seating


AlcoholBeerCoffeeHealthy optionsSpiritsVegetarian optionsWine

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Szu-Ai Wu

Pretty good crêpes and cider. Not expensive. Worth a try.


David Naylor

The best Bretagne crepes i have ever eaten. Huge range of options for filling. They work with local farmers, breweries and vineyards to offer fresh local ingredients for savoury and sweet crepes and to fill out their wine, cider and beer menu. Dessert crepes include a range of liquor crepe options. Highly recommended.


Robert Dibley

Sublime galettes and crepes, so perfectly executed and delicate that we are now unable to eat them elsewhere without comparing them to those we had here. Service was excellent, drinks delightful, and it was clear that many coming into the restaurant were known to the staff, so the atmosphere was incredibly friendly. Would eat here again any time.


Andreas Angerer

Best crepes in bretagne


Salfa X

Really lovely food and a busy, convivial place.


Sean Maguire

We visited La Reine Anne as a group of 6 on July 27 2016. We had made a booking in advance and our table was nicely set as we arrived. The crepes were as delicious as usual as we visit here once or twice a year. In our opinion this is the best creperie in Morlaix and the prices are very reasonable. The total bill came to 82.60 euro and this was for 10 crepes , one peach melba, 1 glace , a bottle of the best cider and 3 coffees. The cider was one we had chosen on our last visit. It's called Royal Guillevic, a demi-sec, and is made exclusively with apples of the variety Guillevic. The taste is perfect and it's only 3.5% alcohol. I myself started with a crepe called La Bretonne which is made with goat's cheese, honey and comes with a salad with walnuts. My dessert crepe was La Normande, made of ble noir, pommes caramelisees and flambe au calvados. The service was fast and very efficient and I congratulate the 3 gentlemen who run this place, they are a credit to Morlaix.


David Ducroq

Excellent food and service.


Dominique PASCAL