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Crepe de la Joie

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4 rue du Fer a Moulin, Paris, France, 75005

Organic creperie est. 2015 near the Jardin des plantes garden and museum. Savory crepes (galette) are made with buckwheat flour, and sweet one are made with spelt flour and rice milk. Beverages include cider, wine, beer, apple juice, herbal tea, coffee, hot chocolate. Open Tue 12:00pm-3:30pm, Tue 7:00pm-10:00pm, Wed 12:00pm-10:00pm, Thu 12:00pm-3:30pm, Thu 7:00pm-10:00pm, Fri 12:00pm-3:30pm, Fri 7:00pm-10:00pm, Sat 12:00pm-10:00pm. Closed August month.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Western, Beer/Wine, Take-out, French

Reviews (8)

First Review by Plantpower

Lovely little creperie - Edit

I went for a late lunch (around 5pm on Saturday) and ordered a crepe with apple, almonds and cinnamon. It was very tasty, and the owner was the loveliest lady. I recommend the Breton Kir for a drink - delicious! If I was in Paris for longer I would definitely visit again and try a savoury galette. Five stars from me!!

Pros: Affordable, Friendly staff, Good vegan options


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Lovely experience - Edit

I had lunch at Crepe de la Joie with two non-vegetarian friends, we all loved it! The lady was super-friendly and explained to us a lot of things, from the quality of the infusions in the menu to how to make vegan crepes.

You have the great opportunity to "build" your own crepe, and I ordered one with walnuts, rice sauce, and vegan ham which was delicious. Then the sweet crepe with chocolate, banana and coconut made me want to go there every day!

Pros: Good food, Lovely owner, Great choice


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Enfin une crêperie vegan! - Edit

Tout n'est pas vegan, ce qui permet d'y aller avec quelques "sceptiques ", mais les crêpes sont très bonnes et l'accueil charmant et attentionné. Mention spéciale à la " jambon","fromage", noix, champignons !

Pros: options veganes, adapté aux enfants, petits budgets

Cons: la salle n'est pas très grande, mais ça ne nou


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hidden gem - Edit

out of the way, but worth a visit for their savoury + sweet vegan option crepes, I had basil tofu / meditarenean savoury crepe and then a apricot and strawberry jam crepe for pudding. owners are really lovely - chatted for a long time.

Pros: to be able to have a vegan crepe in Paris :-)

Cons: if you don't like wholemeal food, the savoury crep


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Good concept at the beginning but... - Edit

Good concept at the beginning but bland cooking at the arrival.

Vegetarian crêpe with nice and humble décor.
Warm reception. The menu offers 2 vegan salted galettes but we can also compose it with the list of ingredients. There are vegan ham or tofu but no vegan cheese. That’s a pity for a Breton galette. We suggested to the manager to add vegan cheese in the menu and the proposal was welcomed.
The galette (9.30€) is served opened, as a pizza, so the ingredients cool down quickly. The pastry and vegetables are flavourless. The main is insipid.

The sweet crepe pastry is vegetarian. For a vegan sweet crepe, you have to order it at the beginning of the meal, in order to the cookers have time to prepare the crepe pastry. For those who like, you can order a sweet vegan crepe served with the buckwheat pastry (salted). It’s a “sweet galette”.
The choice of sweet crepes is correct.

The sweet crepe (6.80€) is served opened too. I folded the galette's rim by myself, just as we do in the Finistère.

On the crêperie website, we find menu, dishes and prices.
Soft drink, alcohol, wine, apple cider and Plancoët Breton water.

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Bonne idée au départ mais cuisine fade et décevante à l'arrivée.

Crêperie végétarienne au cadre simple et agréable.
Accueil chaleureux des hôtes. La carte offre 2 galettes salées vegan mais on peut composer celle de son choix avec la liste des ingrédients. Jambon vegan ou tofu mais aucun fromage vegan, ce qui est dommage pour une galette bretonne. Nous avons suggéré à la patronne d'ajouter le fromage vegan râpé à la carte et la proposition fut bien accueillie.

La galette (9.30€) est servie ouverte un peu comme une pizza, les ingrédients étalés dessus refroidissent très rapidement. La pâte épaisse et les légumes manquent de saveur. Le tout est un peu fade.

La pâte à crêpes sucrée est végétaRienne. Pour avoir une crêpe sucrée vegan, il faut le signaler à la commande au début du repas, le temps de préparer la pâte à crêpe. Pour ceux qui apprécient, on peut aussi demander une crêpe sucrée servie avec la pâte au sarrasin (salée), c'est à dire une "galette sucrée". Le choix des crêpes sucrées est correct.
La crêpe sucrée (6.80€) est également servie ouverte, j'ai rabattu les bords moi-même comme on le fait dans les crêperies du Finistère.

Sur le site internet de la crêperie on trouve la carte, les plats et les prix.
Boissons softs, cidre, vins et eau bretonne Plancoët

Pros: Good concept - Bon concept

Cons: insipid - fade, no vegan cheese - pas de fromage vegan


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First fully vegetarian crêperie in Paris! - Edit

I was really excited to learn that a vegetarian crêperie which also offers vegan options has opened in Paris. I used to go often in crêperies as a vegetarian but I've no longer eaten in such a place since I am vegan. My expectations about this restaurant were consequently quite high. The place in itself is nice and the staff is friendly. They offer 2 vegan galettes, 4 or 5 vegan crêpes for dessert and the possibility to choose yourself the ingredients of your galette/crêpe. The rest of the menu contains cheese and eggs. The galettes were good but not as exciting as I expected... They do not offer vegan cheese to put on it, but only vegetables and vegan ham (for one galette). Because the price of the galette is the same with or without cheese, it was a bit frustrating to have something so simple for 10 euros... Portions are not huge making the prices a bit high for only vegetables. Regarding the crêpe for dessert, they specially made a vegan crepe batter for me. If it was good, the batter was too much cooked rendering the crêpe very crispy. On the whole, you can give a try to this place, you will probably like it as a vegetarian, but I hope they will offer more exciting vegan options in the future.

Pros: vegan galettes and crêpes, friendly staff

Cons: no thrilling vegan options, crepe batter sometimes too much cooked


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Vegan crêpes!!!! - Edit

Finally a chance to have a crepe in Paris. We had tofu galette and vegan ham galette, both delicious followed by and apple and almond crepe and a chocolate banana crepe. The crêpes were something else, so tasty. Cute little cafe, could possibly do with a bit of background music but still great. Staff are very friendly and speak English if required. Ask for crêpes to be veganised if ordering them otherwise they come as veggie.

Pros: Vegan crepes, Friendly staff, Easy to find

Cons: Could do with background music


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lots of vegan options, friendly, yummy - Edit

When I was there we shared a savoury galette and a sweet crepes, both vegan. They were super yummy, staff was friendly and it was easy to tell the vegan options on the menu. She also made us a yummy hot chocolate with rice milk and an espresso shot. I'd highly recommend it!


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