Thursday, 10 September 2009

Crêperie 'Le Bellevue', Propriano

With two staff members off this week, my prospects for a day off were slim, so we decided to make the most of a quick trip into town and have lunch on the port.

We were feeling quite naughty so we headed for the Bellevue where their speciality is crêpes, cooked to order in the open air – yum! They actually offer a set menu for 10 euros which includes a savoury crepe to start followed by a sweet crêpe and bizarrely (for Corsica anyway) all washed down with a bowl of cider!

I went for the Crêpe Berger to start which was Corsican ham, goats cheese and tomato which was absolutely delicious. The sweet crêpe was Nutella and although the crêpe itself was cooked to perfection, there was too much filling and it was too sweet for me. Of course, I ate it anyway!

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