THE BEST CRÊPE IN THE WORLD
The best crêpe in the world is almost invisible, such is the amount of sugar based ingredients that sit on top of its perfectly fine form.
The best crêpe in the world does not come with a health warning, because it's a moment of pure indulgence that should be enjoyed as an escapism like the bike ride that justifies this calorie tsunami.
The best crêpe in the world was invented in and can only come from rugged, coastal and rural Bretagne. Home of fishermen, farmers, and The Badger and almost flat as a pan... crêpe.
The best crêpe in the world is the sweet sister to the savoury galette.
The best crêpe in the world comes from a carfeully-oiled billig or crêpière - the simple circular piece of cast-iron where the crêpe maker performs magic with the wooden t-shaped rozell that defines exactly how fine the end result will be.
The best crêpe in the world is served in an old stone-walled restaurant, lit like a sailor's haven in the middle of Le Conquet, the fishing village heralded as the most westerly town of mainland France.
The best crêpe in the world comes after a day of leg-shredding riding through the maze of the twin tracked 'ribinoù' - Brittany's loose-surfaced answer to Paris-Roubaix's pavé.