41 Wyndham Street, Central Tel: 2576 9886 Open: Monday-Thursday 8.30am-midnight, Friday 8.30am-4am, Saturday 10.30am-4am, Sunday 11.30am-8pm Cuisine: crepes. Price: about HK$75 per person without drinks. There's no service charge. Ambience: very little. It's partially self-service - you place your order at the counter and collect your cutlery, the server brings the food when it's ready. Pros: you can easily have a filling, one-course meal for less than HK$60. Cons: at the price you can't complain, but I'd rather pay a little more for better food. The crepes are folded several times over the filling so the proportions are off: there are too many layers of crepe. All the components seem to be pre-made, including the crepes themselves, so the food is tepid. My crepe - grilled chicken breast, spinach and avocado (HK$58) - would have been better with more filling and some sauce to make it less dry. My guest's Peking duck crepe (HK$58) was a pale imitation of the real thing. Recommended dishes: the classics are listed as breakfast crepes (they're available all day) and judging from the one we tried, they seem better than the less traditional ones. The ham and cheese crepe (HK$48) had thick pieces of salty ham and shreds of Emmental cheese. The dish that saved the evening was the Snicker's crepe (HK$48, above). Unlike the savoury crepes, this dessert version had plenty of filling - a gooey, delicious mixture of crunchy peanut butter, caramel and chocolate. It was rich enough to share, but I ate most of it. What else? The drinks list has wine as well as smoothies and freshly squeezed fruit juice.