(This venue is closed, but its website states that "Harissa Cafe is in transition and will re-open soon at a new location.") The pancakes had a flavor I couldn't place immediately.
Semolina, said the cafe's Moroccan owner, is the distinctive ingredient in beghrir ($3.95), "North African pancakes topped with honey and butter." In France, he added, they're known as crepes milles trous, or thousand-hole pancakes. The yeast-raised batter creates innumerable nooks and crannies, revealed in the unfolded slice below.
Berries, I imagine, are a modification for the North American market. So, perhaps, is Harissa's schedule: Breakfast items are served all day.
34-05 30th Ave. (34th-35th Sts.), Astoria, Queens