Au P'tit Grec, Paris


Before I left for Paris I did a little research on cheaper places to grab lunch. Our flights and hotel were well within our budget and I didn't want to blow all of my money on over-priced average food.

This place kept popping up and was highly recommended so we went and gave it a try. It's on a street full of other restaurants and crepe places and was the only one with a queue outside of it. Don't be put off by the queue!

We started queuing and realised a little too late that the queue inside was far quicker than the outside queue. Oops! 

We ordered our food and were not disappointed. At around five euro for a massive crepe fulled to the brim with either sweet or savory options they were such good value for money. I couldn't even finish mine.

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  1. Mmm looks delicious! : ) I haven't tried a savoury crepe but looks lovely xxx

    Jessie | allthingsbeautiful-x

  2. This looks so good! I love crepes, but it's so hard to find one that's actually worth the money. I love savory crepes for brunch :)

    crazy scarf girl

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