Steeped in French decor, with accordion practically wheezing from the woodwork, Suzette is a crêpe-serving food-cart/restaurant hybrid. Order from the camper-turned-kitchen out back and then follow the gravel path back inside. Diners have a choice between couch and table seating, where they will be delivered from the trailer-kitchen out back buckwheat flour crêpes folded into large, plate-filling triangles. As far as savory crêpes are concerned, the marsala-soaked fig ($7) is the most interesting option, with a strong taste of garlic and the enjoyable crunch of fig seeds. Best of all are the sweet crêpes: The Normandie (filled with lemon butter) and Amandine (filled with marzipan) come drizzled with chocolate and topped with poached pears and ice cream (both $8).