As much as I love eating gluten free cakes and sweet treats here in Berlin, it is nice to be able to go out and have a proper sit down meal now and again. Normally, doing this involves a pizza or such, but one evening I was in the mood for something a teeny bit different so I plumped for a french Gallette at Creperie Bretonne.
The first thing that struck me is the general French-ness of the place. But seeing as it is a French place this a welcome feature.
Perusing the menu it is nice to see that they have quite a wide selection of choices for those of us gluten afflicted. I plumped for a Juliette, cheese, ham and pear with walnuts. My favourite combination, meat, cheese and fruit.
Whilst waiting for my delicious sounding dish to arrive, I noticed this a little further into the menu.
Cider! The gloriously gluten free drink that is not beer, but definitely close enough.
The only downside was that it arrived in the smallest serving I have ever seen for an alcoholic beverage, a teacup.
Thankfully though, the Galette was rather good indeed (it was much bigger than it actually looks in this picture, damn perspective).
All in all I was quite pleased with Creperie Bretonne, nothing too amazing, special or exciting, just a good place to go and enjoy a little food. Which is definitely not a bad thing, how I wish there were more of them out there.Click the banner below to see all the details of this restaurant on our sister site, Allergy Explorer.