Recently went for the first time and found this place to be delightful. The food is made to order and they had some great menu items to choose from. Given the cost, I thought it was a bargain. The crepes are super thin & crispy, the favors were great. It's not fancy, and there is no real table service. But I would go back again for a lunch or very casual dinner.
So I've been ordering from Crepeaway and going into the store for a few years now. I'm a GWU student and nothing beats delivery crepes when you're having a study sess! I really hate to give them 1 star, because the crepes are pretty good (especially for delivery!) and I've never had a problem with their employees in the past; however, tonight was a different story. I'm in the midst of finals, and I was craving my favorite crepe: Obama, no bananas, extra strawberries. I placed the order, waited ONE HOUR AND 30 MINUTES and was FINALLY delivered my crepe. That wasn't that big of a deal, because delivery in DC always takes long (granted, not usually that long especially because they aren't the far away, but it didn't bother me that much). So I called back, and the first person I talked to was understanding and said he'd sort it out, took my address and phone number again, and then hung up. Then I get a call back about 20 minutes later from a woman (Krista?Krystal?) who proceeds to tell me that the way I phrased my additional notes under my order (of what to sub) was not "grammatically correct" and she had spoke to other employees who agreed with here; therefore, she "would not" make me another crepe. She continued to argue with me and take an attitude insisting that "now I knew better what not to do next time" to which I informed her there would not be. She was not the least bit apologetic. I was not asking for special treatment. I just wanted my order the way I ordered it. I told her I was sorry if it wasn't as clear as it could have been, but I have ordered the same exact crepe, using the same exact phrasing for 2 years now and no one else has had a problem to which she replied "I'm sorry YOUR crepe-maker isn't working tonight, but I'm not making you another crepe. You can buy another one." Look, I've worked in sales for 5 years, I understand you can get frustrated at work sometimes, but "the customer is always right". You never take an attitude with a customer, espec