This is a very comfy little restaurant with great food. The atmosphere is casual but classy. I had the poulet savory crepe, a French hard cider and the creme brulee. Everything was great. Sitting at the bar I could watch them making the crepes. My boyfriend had a salad on an open-faced crepe that was very fresh and bright. The kitchen staff speaks only French to one another. The chefs were fun to watch, and they seemed deft at cooking and plating with art and skill. The waiter (also the owner I think) perfectly trod the line between making us feel very welcome and taken care of, and letting us enjoy a lovely meal in peace. Compared to French dinner restaurants the food is lighter and easier to digest, and the atmosphere is completely unpretentious (come dressed in jeans and a wool sweater). The walls are painted in shades of yellow, nice music playing, and a warm fireplace.
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