The menu has about 8 kinds of savoury crepes, a similar number of sweet crepes, and hot drinks. You can also add soup or a salad. I had the smoked salmon and asparagus crepes (a serving is two medium-sized crepes, so about the same size as one filled crepe from the fast-food franchise Crepeworks) with a bowl of borscht to start.
The borscht was superb. The interesting texture had a fairly thin soup with a dollop of cream to stir in, shreds of beet, larger slivers of potato, and some shredded fresh green bits. It smelled and tasted great.
The crepes were fresh and not soggy. The filling included salmon with enough fishy taste to be interesting, cream cheese, and green asparagus which was not overcooked. (The asparagus was actually a bit hard to cut with the badly-designed table knife.) It was garnished with capers.
The server also brought me a small piece of their house-made tiramisu to try. It must have been fresh because parts of it were suitably gooey but the other parts were not soggy.
Total cost less than $16 before tip. Café Crepe Symphony is closed Sundays, but otherwise open for breakfast (with interesting-sounding breakfast-crepe variations) and until mid-evening.