The Blün crêperie was founded by three friends, Mickaël, Nicolas et Jérôme, who had their hearts set on sharing their knowledge and love of healthy, organic, gluten-free and extremely tasty food.
Contrary to the popular belief that only the Bretons could make good crêpes, these three guys are born and bred Parisians, but with the same passion and appetite for buckwheat pancakes and crepes made with wheat!
The concept? A light wooden design with a Scandinavian feel that gives you a sense of well-being. The flour and organic cider are sourced from Brittany and they use fresh, organic fruit and vegetables to create delicious and original recipes.
The restaurant’s signature dish: “Le Blün”, an organic, gluten-free galette made using buckwheat flour and fresh ingredients.
Tips from “Blün” for tourists, travelers and passersby:
As a Parisian, I would advise them quite simply to wander through the streets, to let themselves be guided by instinct and chance. There’s nothing nicer than getting lost in a city and discovering quaint side streets, small boutique shops and little restaurants off the beaten track. For the more adventurous, I’d recommend the secret parties in Paris’ catacombs. The atmosphere guarantees a thrill!
17 rue Saint Marc
Metro: Bourse, Grands Boulevards
ou Richelieu Drouot
Velib’: Station n° 2108 42
Autolib’: 43 rue Vivienne,
Monday – Wednesday
11.00 – 16.00
Thursday – Friday
11.00 – 16.00/
19.00 – 22.00
Takeaway, Wifi, Delivery,
Nearby parking, Private events