The nook is a surprising gem in a town populated by greasy spoons and mediocre chains. Its small, quiet ambiance is a charm of its own. The bilingual menu sets a further tone of high quality. My meal was prepared a la minute, but the wait wasn't long: just enough to enjoy a fine craft beer from elsewhere in the Ottawa Valley. I had the classic crepe, served without any needless garnishes to distract me from its fine texture and rich flavor. The salad, which I asked to follow the crepe, was crisp and tasty. Not one to usually go for desserts, I succumbed to their homemade berry compote crepe and was not disappointed. All in all a meal worth leaving the hubbub of the Trans-Canada for, or worth seeking out despite the gaudy signage and apparent swarms of people at a nearby chain.
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