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Crêperie Ty-Koz

    A traditional breton creperie existing since 1971.
    Ty-Koz means "old house" in Breton. This name also evokes respect for the Breton tradition that has been in place since 1971.
    • Partenaire de l'office de tourisme
      Photo credits : Crêperie Ty-KozCrêperie Ty Koz
      Galettes and crepes to enjoy in a rustic and friendly atmosphere, where you will find quality, originality and respect for the Breton tradition with the "Pourleth" (thicker pancake).

      Galettes and pancakes to go (Tuesday to Friday at lunchtime)

      Confort and services

      • Spoken languages :
        • English
        • German
        • French
        • Russian
      • Shady terrace
      • Toilets
      • Terrace
      • Baby chair
      • Tourist brochures
      • Click & Collect
      • Takeaway/cooked dishes
      • Restaurant
      • Possibility of drop-off in front of the site
      • Incline >5% but reasonable
      • Reception staff sensitized to the reception of people with disabilities
      • Height under table >= 70 cm width >= 77 cm

      Opening periods

      Every day throughout the year.
      Closed Monday and Sunday.
      Noon : 12:00-14:00
      Evening : 19:00-22:00

      Closed three weeks in the summer.