Le Petit Breton

Le Petit Breton is an artisan crêperie located on the busy junction of Whitworth Road and Lower Drumcondra Road, only a stone’s throw from the city centre.

The crêperie in Brittany is found in every town and village, and is popular with all ages. Typically crêpes are the only menu option and customers have a savoury crêpe followed by a sweet one alongside a glass of craft cider. Here at Le Petit Breton we are offering you a little more choice, without losing our identity as a crêperie.

Chef Gregory Autret has created a menu of Crêpes and Galettes using the finest Breton produts. Table service all day long for food and drinks. Taking inspiration from his home town and the ever present Breton tradition, come and enjoy an authentic experience!

The savoury crêpes are made from buckwheat flour (a naturally gluten free product) while the sweet crêpes are made from wheat flour. For authenticity our crêpes are made from flour produced in a Brittany mill, and imported directly. When crêpes were first made in the 15th century in Brittany they were considered peasant food. Over time simple fillings were added and many remain popular today. At Le Petit Breton we’ve kept some of these old favourites such as La Complète (egg, ham and cheese) but have added more contemporary options showcasing the best of Irish produce (see our full menu here).

We sincerely hope you enjoy every bite!



Opening Hours

Mon / Tues / Wed / Fri.: 7:00 – 20:00
Thursday: 7:00 – 22:00
Saturday – Sunday: 7:00 – 20:00
Evening bookings available for 10+ people

Contact Details

Le Petit Breton, Artisan Crêperie
1A Drumcondra Road Lower
Dublin 9

Telephone: 01 850 0901


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