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Crepes vs. Galettes at The Galloping Galette Testimonial

Posted: Mar 05, 2018

Enjoy a taste of French cuisine in Atlanta

What a great find! Friendly staff. The owner was so kind and welcoming,and helped us understand the menu and made recommendations on how to build our own. We enjoyed the brie, creamed mushrooms, and caramelized onions gallette- it was delicious! Yelp Review

Crepes vs. Galettes: It’s a regular Foodie debate across the pond (Atlantic Ocean) at French cafes. And now, the Atlanta area can join the conversation, thanks to The Galloping Galette (9924 Davis Street, Suite 7 in Braselton, Ga.).

This establishment, founded by the husband-and-wife team of Yannick and Viviane, is creating sweet and savory delights six days a week. Check out the video above, and see Yannick at work!

Galettes can be eaten for lunch or dinner, while crepes are usually a desert item – although I was proud to eat mine around lunchtime!

Back to the Galettes. Here’s a look at two of the more popular Galettes:

La Terroir: mozzarella, sausage and creamy mushrooms on a folded Galette.

La Bretonne: mozzarella, sausage and apples on a folded Galette.

La Complete: Swiss cheese, ham and eggs on a folded Galette.

For Crepes, we recommend La Caramel: butter, sugar, vanilla ice cream, homemade caramel and almonds on a folded crepe.

Customers may also build their own Galettes and Crepes. Unsure of what to order? Viviane is great at helping first-timers select menu items. Stop by The Galloping Galette and figure out your favorite: Crepes or Galettes! And don’t forget to check out the video above.

Specialty item they purchased from ACityDiscount: Krampouz CEBIF4 15-1/2" Electric Krampouz Crepe Griddle - Cast Iron Griddle

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