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Snap Restaurant Review: Its name suggests snappy service, or perhaps, food cooked in a snap. Actually, it must mean that the eatery is so small that you can pass it by in a snap. In what must have once been someone’s diminutive front hallway in a G’town townhouse, a determined owner has squeezed in a refrigerator with canned sodas, one or two tables, a cash register, and a small cook-top with just enough space behind it for one slender cook. The kitchenette and the chef specialize in oddly tantalizing crêpes with fillings such as maple butter, dulce de leche, and fig spread. But that’s not all: assorted bubble teas, a Japanese okonmiyaki offering and Indian chaats, plus fish ‘n’ chips with mushy peas, help fill out the menu. No cash accepted.