Open for less than a month, this little joint has become a regular stop. I've had two lunches and one dinner there and they haven't missed yet. Very inexpensive ( almost everything was <10 bucks) but the prices may go up at some point. The small menu is very interesting and the ingredients superb. I've had their garden crepe (buckwheat) and the turkey sandwich for lunch. They have a fine citrus vinaigrette dressing. The standout is the excellent borsht which is made with red and golden beets side by side in the bowl. They also do a beet salad which had goat cheese and pistachios and was fantastic.
For dinner I had the Mardi Gras crepe with andouille sausage and a super warmed apple crepe for desert. Other options included portobello burgers, mac and cheese, and a steak frites.
They do breakfast, which I'm eager to try.
No beer and wine yet, just soft drinks and iced tea but don't let that keep you away.
The chef and owner Adam Beers is very friendly and we had a good time chatting with him. He cooked at the French Garden before opening this place.
Service was good but could be a tuned up a bit. I'm forgiving as it's just getting of the ground.
Its tucked away in a small retail center just past Fircrest Market as you drive into Sebastopol.