Crepe Crave bills itself as a "crepe and gelato cafe," and that's exactly what it serves--no more, no less. The coffee's from Illy, the 18 flavors of gelato (some seasonal) from the Michigan company Palazzolo's. The crepes are classified as sweet, savory, or "breakfast," which spans both, and if you don't like the combinations offered you can build your own for a base price of $3.50. The smoked salmon on the Norwegian, served with cream cheese, was perfectly balanced by capers and red onions; an egg crepe with feta, spinach, and fresh tomatoes was equally good. Sweet cheese was our favorite of the sweet crepes--a cheesecakelike confection made in-house that we had with strawberries. Though the place is fairly nice, with a leather couch and hardwood floors, everything's served in or on plastic (and the metallic color of the plastic cutlery doesn't really make it any classier than the ordinary white variety). Fortunately the crepes are good enough that I'll be back whether or not they ever offer them on real plates.
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