Ti Breizh, the House of the Bretagne, was the first and remains to this day the only breton crêperie in Hamburg.
Here you can eat in a beautiful authentic atmosphere that feels like a short holiday in the Bretagne. And that in the middle of the warehouse district in Hamburg. In the summer there is a swimming back porch.
I had the Bergère, which is a galette with warm goat cheese, air-dried ham, walnuts, salad, herbs and a mustard sauce. It costs 9,10€.
And then for dessert the Crêpe de blé noir dessert. It is a buckwheat-crêpe with orange-jam and chocolate sauce. It costs 5,60€.
Second Visit To the House of the Bretagne
The second time I was here I went with my grandmother because she had asked to go to a place “where you don’t get the usual”. This time we sat outside on the swimming back porch. She had a passion fruit lemonade and I had a rhubarb lemonade.
Again I ate the Bergère.
And my grandma had the Artichaude, a galette with artichoke heart, air-dried ham, goat cheese, walnuts, salad, herbs and mustard sauce. It costs 9,30€.
The website of the Ti-Breizh is Here
Ti Breizh – House of the Bretagne
If you’ve been here before or you go here soon, I would be delighted when you leave a comment.