Our family visited this cafe while vacationing in Myrtle Beach on New Year's Eve afternoon after going to an 11AM movie. The menu had a very good variety of crepes, enough to satisfy my family's varied tastes. Overall the experience was very pleasant, we would definitely go back. My college-aged daughter had the Pariesiene (apples, brie, almonds, black cherry balsamic) and loved it. I ordered the Poulet Souvlaki (seasoned chicken, feta, onions, olives, romaine, tzatziki sauce) - it was HUGE, and very good - although I did wish I'd ordered something more "crepe-y/French" - just couldn't over the fact that I was eating a French/Greek sandwich. My hubby ordered the Chicken Parm, which he enjoyed. My son, 16, ordered a Taco crepe...which he did not like at all, I think because it had chunks of tomatoes which he doesn't like, and it fell all apart when he was trying to pick them out. And he is not a fan of sour cream (hm, and why didn't he read the description?) He sat there, still hungry, when the sweet waitress, Christina M, came by to pick up the plates. We did not say a word, but when it was time for the bill, she mentioned that she took it off the bill because "she noticed he hadn't eaten much of it, and several other teens ordered it and did the same thing". We left her a big tip! For dessert my daughter ordered the classic - Nutella and Banana - she and my son (still hungry) lapped it up! This restaurant was busy, very clean, and although we never made it back during our vacation, I would give them my business again in a heartbeat.
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