Located about a 10-minute walk from UNPLAN Kagurazaka. Known as the “French Quarter” of Tokyo, Kagurazaka is also the home to the first restaurant in Japan specializing in galettes, which are crepes made with buckwheat flour. Various savory galettes are available from lunch time as well as sweet crepes. The authentic atmosphere will make you feel as if you’ve stepped away from Japan and into a French cafe.
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"Galette" is a type of pancake made of buckwheat flour, often served with sides such as mushrooms, eggs, and ham, and topped with salted butter that gives it a little extra special flavor. You can enjoy Galette as a casual snack, dessert, or even as the main dish itself. The fluffy and soft dough of this pancake is something definitely worth tasting.