There is a road from the eye to the heart
that does not go throught the intellect
-K.Chesterton

10/02/2011

When the art of recycling meets the joy of good eating ...




One of the best things to do in the Old Quarter of Valencia is to walk along the old tiny winding souk-like streets which are a reminder of the city's old Moorish past. One of my favorite places is a very small area located to the north east of the Old Quarter called " Barrio del Carmen ".I love the feeling of being surrounded by all the history and culture of this magical city.

Months ago after checking  out a  home remodeling project  I was working on in Valencia I decided to go to the  the bohemian " Creperie Bretonne Annaick " to tried some crepes for lunch ( all of them are delicious ).It's  nice casual place  located in a quiet area right in the heart of the old quarter right  near to the Cathedral of Valencia .This is a creperie which provides a wide range of savoury and sweet pancakes freshly cooked . It has a lovely relaxed atmosphere. As an unusual feature is that you are provided with crayons to draw on your table mat. ....Oh I forgot to say that the meals are cooked in a real bus that is inside the premises.It's SO cool !!!


I first stumbled on this place by accident and couldn’t believe how fabulously bizarre it was. If, like me, you’re a fan of vintage furniture and retro finds, you’ll absolutely love it.



Inside you can find  a couple of amazing recycled siphon bottles chandeliers ... just the art of recycling in its pure state.I fall in in love with them at first sight .


 
 


More information about the Creperie Bretonne Annaick in Valencia here :
 http://creperiebretonne.com/P_Creperie_Valence_G06_ES.html



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