Our group of five had no problem getting seats but it seems to be a rather small place (unless there are rooms we didn't see) so take a look inside and if it is too crowded just come back a bit later - since it is a creperie there should not be too many stragglers at tables. The "lunch" (as opposed to the "dessert") crepes (which we didn't try) are amazingly filling and come with a variety of ingredients, and do not avoid the "egg" option - it really does make it a full meal. Also try the lightly alcoholic cider - a fitting complement to the crepes, and also completely local. Since each of the crepes is made "to order", do not expect all to arrive together, so best to eat up as they arrive.
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