Went here for breakfast on a Tuesday morning and left almost in the afternoon because everything seemed to take forever. I can only imagine what it must be like when it's crowded on a weekend. Some of the food though was really good - the potatoes that came with the eggs and bread basket and raspberry jam that were part of the Turkish breakfast. They almost made up for the wait.
Although the dinner menu here was too haavy and expensive for my tastes, brunch here is amazing. The omelettes are wonderful and made with organic eggs, and the coffee was delicious. It's a fun, bustling place for brunch.
The best way to explore the potentialities of crepes and the Ann Arbor dining mode.. In Short Someone may be stretched out on the sofa. Watch your crepe being made. Zola's crepes are fragile and fine, ranging in color from palest yellow to whole-wheat brown. Sandwiches, soups, omelets, waffles and salads show a similar attention to detail and to the tastes-of-the-moment: chevre, roasted peppers, focaccia and organic coffees from five countries.