This creperie is in a very old building and features dark wood, honey-colored stone walls, a beamed ceiling and warm lighting that give you a cozy feeling the minute you step inside. There are numerous choices of fillings for the Breton style crepes for entrees. We got one filled with Camembert, potatoes, salad and grated cheese; I chose the Crepe Raclette, which had caramelized onion, grated cheese, cured ham, potatoes and salad--so much it was hard to finish it all but even better than the other one. Dessert crepes were good as well although most of us chose ice cream--the one with salted caramel sauce was especially delicious. The server was charming.