Crepes At Cafe L’Aube
It seems everyone is in agreement when it comes to the service at Cafe L’Aube, it’s slow. But everyone, including Craig LaBan also agrees, it’s worth the wait.
A touch of buckwheat flour lends the delicate rounds an earthy, nutty hue especially nice for the savory crepes. And this classic filled with buttery leeks, crispy bacon, crÃ¨me fraÃ®che and melted emmentaler ($7.50) is a tasty reward for patience.