Crêperie la Flibuste * - Bram
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Crêperie la Flibuste *

Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram



Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram

Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram

Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram
 
Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram

Situated between Carcassonne and Castelnaudary, do not miss this gastronomic stop in the town of Bram, where Mathieu and Fanny welcomes you into their new pirate restaurant.

We wanted to give our creperie an original decorative touch, recalling the maritime adventures of piracy. Many of these pirates and buccaneers came from Bretagne, we think they would enjoy themselves in our restaurant with our drinks and to fill their bellies...
Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram
Never been before in the land of the galettes and crepes? And are you excited to travel to Bretagne, we want to help you in advance like to explore the products of this country. All our crepes and galettes are traditionally prepared and come directly from the 'Bilig', a typical Bretonne pan on your plate...
  We love this pancake house, Caribbean-pirate atmosphere, skeleton, boat of pirates and good pancakes! This nice restaurant has just changed management, Mathieu and Fanny, both Limouxin, are Breton in the soul and this is immediately felt by the welcome that they have for you and by the good taste of their buckwheat pancakes and their buckwheat crepes. Like their predecessors, they focus on the quality of the produce that compose their pancakes, the flour comes directly from a small Breton miller, the cider and the beers are Breton and even the café is roasted in Brittany (from Coïc). In short, a pancake house in pure tradition. You can then taste tasty sweet crepes and salted pancakes cooked on a bilig - flat frying pan of big size, in cast iron, extremely heavy, which, in the past in Brittany, was placed on a tripod above the fire, now delicately placed on the gas cooker of the office. Among the innovations, you can note a terrace and the 12 pancakes of the month that are already very popular among regulars who wonder what Mathieu will concoct for them as "surprises" the next month! Here, you treat yourself in a typical and cordial musical atmosphere. An ideal address to make a buccaneer stop high in flavours close to Canal du Midi.

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Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels  
Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram

Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram

Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram

Crêperie la Flibuste - Bram
 
Opening Restaurant:

- 01 january to 31 december - From 12:00 to 14:00 and from 19:00 to 21:00
- Closed day(s): Monday evening - Tuesday evening - Sunday

Capacity Restaurant:
- 2 Restaurant rooms, 45 seats indoor    Wheelchair friendly
 
  Qualité Tourisme Qualité Sud de France La Région Occitanie/Pyrénées-Méditerranée Le Canal du Midi Petit Futé
Equipments and Services:
 
  * Crêperie
* Public Parking
* Child friendly
* Restaurant
* Disabled reception
* Pets allowed
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  Crêperie la Flibuste *
 
Restaurant - Crêperie Bretonne
 
23 Place Carnot
11150 BRAM
 
Phone +33 4.68.78.90.84
Fax -

Email -
laflibuste@outlook.fr

Website -
www.creperie-la-flibuste.fr
 
Restaurant -
Child Menu: 7.70 €
Daily menu: 13.00 €
A la Carte: 6.90 € to 8.90 €
 
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