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Where to eat delicious crêpes in Paris-Saclay

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To celebrate Pancake Day or just for a delicious afternoon snack, it’s always a good time for crêpes. Whether you make them yourselves at home or go to a restaurant, the whole family loves crêpes and galettes (savoury pancakes). You’re in for a treat!

Eating out: Top 8 best crêperies

Don’t feel like making your own crepes? Rather than buying them at the supermarket, we recommend you try one of the region’s many crêperies where you can make yourself comfortable and enjoy to your heart’s content! *On the basis of comments and reviews left by internet users on the Google search engine, here are a few addresses you should give priority to if you want to eat good crepes in Paris-Saclay.

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1. La Galettière - Massy
This charming Breton crêperie with traditional decor is very popular. It serves a wide choice of sweet and savoury pancakes.

2. Le Sarzeau - La ville-du-Bois
Go to Le Sarzeau to enjoy quality products that are typical of Brittany in a pleasant setting.

3. La Cabane - Palaiseau 
In a mountain-style decor, try delicious crêpes and other specialities in this restaurant on the banks of the Yvette.

Thin crepes with curd cream, kiwi and blueberries in a black plate. Russian cuisine concept.
Crepes are homemade. Pancakes. Selective focus. Food and drink.
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4. Terre d’Armor - Orsay
A bright, spacious setting that’s typically Breton in this Orsay crêperie where tradition meets authenticity.

5. Le phare Saint-Louis - Massy
Crepes freshly-made from quality ingredients, cooked to order and served in a pleasant setting.

6. La Reine des crêpes- Bures-sur-Yvette
Delicious crepes with good ingredients.

7. La Chaumière - Wissous
A charming little crêperie serving crepes and buckwheat pancakes that make your Pancake Day perfect.

8. L’île-O-crêpes (Marcoussis et Gif-sur-Yvette
In a holiday atmosphere, the “Ile-aux-Crêpes” crêperies take you on a culinary journey with their delicious crepes and buckwheat pancakes.

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Pancake Day

It’s Candlemas (AKA pancake day) and as in previous years, children and adults will succumb with delight to the delicious tradition of tossing pancakes. Served with jam or honey, this delicious dessert is placed under the spotlight. A chance to get the family together on a Sunday afternoon for a mouthwatering treat.

But before you eat them you have to make them. So on with your aprons, Destination Paris Saclay suggests this easy recipe for excellent, tasty crepes made from brown flour that you can buy from the Fournil de la Ferme Vandame in Villiers-Le-Bâcle! Pancake Day is also a great time to find out where the best crêperies in Paris-Saclay are!


Serves 6:
375g flour (white or brown)
6 eggs
1 litre lukewarm milk
1 sachet vanilla sugar
1 pinch ground cinnamon
75g caster sugar
3 pinches salt
90g melted butter

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Melt the butter in the microwave and heat the milk slightly to lukewarm (this will prevent lumps from forming).

In a large bowl, mix the sifted flour with the sugar, cinnamon and salt.

Add the eggs and melted butter, then gradually stir in the milk, using a whisk to beat the mixture into a smooth, lump-free batter.

Add the sachet of vanilla sugar, stir and leave to stand for 30 minutes before cooking.

Fat should be added to the frying pan for each pancake.

Cook the crepes on each side until golden brown.

Stack the cooked crepes on a plate and cover with tin foil to keep them warm.

All you have to do now is taste. What are you waiting for?