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There's a fancy new French pancake place in Drumcondra and it looks divine

Oooh. La. La.

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DRUMCONDRA HAS GONE all ooh la la.

It’s home to a new creperie called Le Petit Breton, bringing a little bit of French magic to the Lower Drumcondra Road.

Le Petit Breton opened in November and is owned by Brittany native Grégory Autret, who says he noticed a lack of creperies in Dublin when he moved here to ‘broaden his horizons’.

There are sweet crepes:

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Savoury crepes:

French toast:

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And some swanky coffees:

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Le Petit Breton is also selling homemade salted caramel sauce, so you can make a beast of yourself in the privacy of your own kitchen:


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