Best Value: This small, classic French lunch and brunch cafe is tucked just a few steps off of busy King on George Street–central to downtown's shopping district and College of Charleston campus. Duck inside, and you'll likely be welcomed by the enthusiastic, accented owner couple, who proudly share their omelettes and crepes (sweet and savory) with Charleston locals and visitors, served in the traditional style of Brittany in Western France. Sweet crepes include fillings such as strawberries, bananas, homemade chocolate and cream or blueberries, cream and salted butter caramel. In the mood for something heartier? Try one of Breizch Pan's savory crepes, like the L'huelgoat with goat cheese, spinach, onions, and tomatoes, or the La Complete with egg, ham, swiss cheese, with greens. All Breizch Pan crepes are made with buckwheat and are gluten free.
Local Expert Clare Sweeney Says:
Best Value: "Try to arrive at Breizch Pan early if you're going for breakfast–this side street cafe is small and fills up quickly."
Recommended as Best Value Because: It's not hard to find a great breakfast in Charleston, but it's always a challenge to seek out authentic crepes. Find them at Breizch Pan.