Café claiming to be “the UK’s first genuine crêperie” to open in London

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Café claiming to be “UK’s first genuine crêperie” to open in London
Mamie’s, a French-style crêperie and “cidrothèque” claiming to be the UK’s first genuine London café of its kind, is set to open in Covent Garden this summer.

From French entrepreneur Aymeric Peurois, the three-storey site will be open from breakfast to dinner, and offer both sweet and savoury Breton-style crêpes and galettes (made with buckwheat flour), plus a cider cellar and basement bar named La Cidrothèque offering “bolées” ‒ or bowls ‒ of cider.

There will be cider varieties from Brittany and Normandy in France, as well as Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, and New Zealand, alongside a choice of cider-based cocktails.

Both the galette and cider are naturally gluten-free.

The site, named for the affectionate word for 'grandmother' in French, is claiming to be the first of its kind to offer authentic French-style galettes with traditional cider in the capital. 

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