What a fantastic place! From the outside, its blue fluorescent light sign does not hint at the culinary passport inside. The decor is definitely inspired by northern Africa as is the music, and I really enjoyed looking at the light fixtures and the interesting shadows they cast. The small tables are close together, all the better to seat the steady flow of diners in search of a delicious meal wrapped up in a light, crispy, flavorful crepe (even late on a Sunday, the place was mostly full). The menu is extensive, spanning the globe and even allowing you to design your own crepe or salad. For dinner, I had an overflowing crepe Marakkech, which was phenomenal -- all of the flavors were strong but very complimentary, and the cream cheese (which, I'll admit, made me a little leery when I saw it on the menu) melted perfectly and added a touch of salty sweet creaminess. My husband made his own crepe -- with all of the options available, the possibilities are nearly limitless! Each crepe comes with soup -- either a yellow lentil squash or a chicken and vegetable -- both of which needed salt and are not nearly as well flavored as the crepes that follow. For dessert, my husband had a crepe with dark chocolate (he polished it off despite being extremely full from dinner), and I had the crepe limone with a scoop of pistachio ice cream (it sounds like a weird combination, but the creamy deep sweetness of the ice cream contrasted really well with the sharp tang of the lemon). Overall, an incredible dining experience -- we will definitely return!