Au P’tit Grec
Sweet, salty, cheap, cheerful, flavoursome and packed to the rafters with fresh, local ingredients — this authentic French spot is all your street food fantasies rolled into one. Satisfying crepe cravings since 1981.
Tucked into the famous bustling laneway of the famous Rue Mouffetard in the Latin quarter, in perfect harmony with the busy district of Universities and student pubs, this crepe place is known as one of the best in Paris, and has won pride of place in the hearts (and stomachs) or locals and tourists alike with its huge portions, robust combinations and hearty service.
As a result, there are often lines snaking down the street to the counter, but the team here toil endlessly and usually make quick work of the hungry crowds, whipping up crepe pastry with gusto and filling each cone to the brim with different meats, cheeses, vegetables, sauces and spices — with smiles to match.
The choice of fillings is endless — Au P’tit Grec gives a huge choice of crepe interpretations, from classic jambon/fromage to interesting combinations like Feta and Sujuk — so the hardest thing here is definitely choosing just what to order.
Whatever you decide though, you won’t be disappointed. The owners of this place have made sure that the secret of their success stems from tasty, fresh produce, and the chefs here are generous — so each crepe is certainly big enough to be shared between two… but trust us — you won’t want to.
Au P’tit Grec has become iconic in the world of Parisian street food for good reason, and while it’s usually is surrounded with people and a bit of a wait to get served, it’s all absolutely worth it once you take a bite.
Perfect for: Tasty snack on the go in Latin Quarter, or pre/post-drinking dish before or after a night out on the town.
What to order: Any crepe & combination you want! The chefs are always open to a new taste experiments.
Trading hours: Every day from 11am to 0.30am