This artistic, Euro-styled restaurant, little sister to the Zig Zag restaurant on Calle Zela, offers more than 100 crêpes, filled with a variety of sauces, as entrées and desserts. Look for such specialties as the Cubana, filled with banana slices, sugar, and rum. Exotic juices like the boa–boa (tropical fruit punch) can be had, as can a glass of wine, pisco sour, or high-grade espresso. Check out the terrace for great views of the Monastery de Santa Catalina and volcanoes. Look for the restaurant in the Alianza Francesa compound. Open until 11:30.