The restaurant has a very nice decoration (boat-themed, from the north of the country), with pretty pictures and paintings of boats and typical life at the sea. In the menu you can find delicious crêpes, both salted and sweet. They also offer you a EUR 13 combo for salted + sweet crêpe.
The price is average (this very same street and the other ones above have lots of crêperies, one beside the other), with a salted crêpe ranging from EUR 7 to 10 and the sweet crêpes about EUR 6. I paid EUR 24 for a nice seafood crêpe (one of the house specials) + sweet crêpe (the enormous "Le soeurs tatins", with chantilly, apples, caramel and ice cream -- I definitely recommend it!) + half a bottle of apple cider.
The service is also very nice: even though the restaurant was crowded the waiters were always agile and quick to serve as well as gentle.
There was only one drawback which prevented me from rating this crêperie 5 stars: the smoke coming from the kitchen. As the kitchen is right in the middle of the restaurant, just a few steps as you enter it, the rest of the restaurant was pestered with the burnt-crêpe/grease smelly smoke. Not a huge deal but something really annoying.
Nonetheless I'd come back to Crêperie de Saint-Marlo again!
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