Located in a small strip mall, the decor is both tasteful and surprisingly warm and welcoming. Cuisine is standard creperie fare, but also has some grills and a daily Afghan special. The menu is both a la carte and some table d'hote options. We started with the French onion soup, very cheesy but a bit flavorless, followed by very good buckwheat crepes filled with ham and cheese, and ham and onions, respectively. Both were served with an ordinary green salad. For dessert, both the apple and apricot sweet crepes were excellent, and the Afghan tea was interesting. Service was friendly and efficient. This is a bring-your-own-wine establishment with a SAQ virtually next door. Very satisfying indeed.
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