Crêpes Française's expansive menu offers a variety of sweet and savory crêpes, seasonal chef specials, and diverse French fare. The charming European eatery welcomes visitors for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as Sunday brunch. Delicately sweet crêpes such as the crêpe citron (lemon juice and powdered sugar, $5) start flying from the kitchen early in the morning along with savory day starters in the form of quiche ($7), omelettes ($8), and more crêpes ($2–$9). The less bright-eyed and bushy-tailed members of the population can indulge in equally elegant brunch and lunch fare, ranging from light bites to hearty plates such as the crêpe au poulet, a scrumptious bundle of sautéed chicken breast, mushrooms, onion, garlic, and Mornay sauce ($11). For dinner, dive into a coriander-crusted fillet of salmon, taking breaks to splash around inside pools of couscous, shaved-fennel and citrus salad, and tomato beurre blanc ($16).