We stopped in here during a trip to Seattle and were doing the requisite exploring of Pike Place. It really hit the spot for a brunch that wasn't too filling, was affordable, and was delicious. The actual space available is very small, and we weren't there on peak day, so I imagine it could get crowded very quickly...but given that we went between breakfast and lunch, and there were only a few people there, it felt nicely intimate and cozy
We just wish we'd discovered it earlier so we could go back and try what looked like enormous sweet crepes; the ones we tried were savory (ham and mozzarella, and goat cheese/spinach/tomato) - they looked smaller, but it was probably an optical illusion, as we got two each, and left quite satisfied.
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