My wife and I ate here on December 27, 2009. The Crepes were PERFECTLY prepared in the French tradition. Prices for all the entrees were int the $6 to $9 range. I had the Sweet and Sour crepe breakfast - one crepe stuffed with eggs and bacon and another "sweet crepe". The crepe with the eggs was good but the sweet crepe was out of this world.
My wife had the vegetable crepe - she said it was a vegetable medley with a tomato based sauce. Delicious and lite is how she described it and she said it was an excellent choice for those who are watching their waistline like herself. We also sampled the french toast and it was easily the best we ever had - no syrup necessary.
The waitress was overworked and a little unattentive. She let our drinks go un-refilled and it took forever to get the check - but the food was worth it. The food was so well prepared you overlooked the lack luster service. We'd eat there again without any hesitation.