A restaurant which features French pancakes and a cider cellar is seeking to shake up London's crêperie scene.
Dubbed Mamie's, which means grandmother in French, the restaurant will open in Covent Garden in July, serving up authentic crêpes and galettes over three floors with a menu designed by head chef Antoine Le Jean.
The crêperie, which will boast a laid-back retro chic design, is the brainchild of founder and entrepreneur Aymeric Peurois. A former director of City wealth management firm Stratford Capital, Peurois aims to bring the best crêpes this side of Brittany to London's city centre.
Mamie's, which is on the site of the former Little Water restaurant, will also feature a bespoke Cidrothèque in the basement which will serve customers a selection of ciders from around the world in homage to the Brittany tradition of serving cider alongside crêpes and galettes.
The Cidrothèque will offer 10 ciders from Brittany and Normandy as well as a range of British, Belgium and New Zealand ciders. Mamie's will also feature a more informal coffee shop-style area which will serve food to take away and a range of delicacies from Brittany.
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