Big, thin, square buckwheat crepes just like those found in Brittany are the specialty here, filled with everything from ham to Gruyère to ratatouille to sausage to scallops. You can begin with a green salad, oysters on the half shell, a plate of charcuterie, a hefty seafood salad, or a bowl of soup. Then order a savory crepe from the long list of possibilities—you can create your own filling combination—and end with a divine white chocolate or chestnut crepe. Or, you can skip the sweet crepe and order a gelato doused with espresso or liqueur. The self-consciously rustic dining room—sturdy wood tables, mismatched cutlery, whitewashed walls—welcomes an eclectic crowd late into the night. A full bar serves mixed drinks, but the best—and the traditional—beverage is French hard cider, served in pottery bowls.
3108 16th St., San Francisco, California, 94103, United States