For the sweet, it was worth noting that the Burnt Caramel ($14) was not very substantial given the price point. But the soft, thin and chewy crêpe presented a somewhat refined taste with the use of caramel and a pat of Bordier butter. A tad eggy, the crepe went well with the salty burnt caramel. Not too sweet, the drizzles were nutty, comforting though of a stronger profile. The melted butter also delivering a nice fragrance.