The Best Crepes in Toronto
The best crepes in Toronto go above and beyond your typical French street foods. These creperies offer savoury galettes as well as decadent dessert versions in the classic Parisian style, along with Japanese takes and even deli style fusions.
Here are the best crepes in Toronto.
Sweet and savoury Japanese crepes are the specialty of this Kensington Market crepe shop. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a combination of green tea and red bean paste with whipped cream, strawberries, and green tea gelato. Or try the meal-worthy kakuni featuring miso braised pork belly. More »
Find this French creperie in Yorkville whipping up a wide variety of sweet and savoury options including the Big Ben stuffed with brie and raspberry jam or the Parissiene, which is filled with scrambled eggs, swiss cheese, mushrooms, red onion and dill. More »
The menu at this cafe in Kensington Market is entirely vegetarian and gluten-free and features galette Breton, buckwheat pancakes with fillings like blue cheese and pear. Alternately you can go the dessert route with options like the icing sugar dusted banana walnut crepe. More »
Operating out of an upcycled shipping container in Market 707, this crepe maker channels the famous street vendors of Paris offering handheld pancakes folded around fillings like prosciutto, fig jam, and brie, and decadent take on s'mores with marshmallow, graham cracker and Nutella. More »
This Parisian cafe can be found parkside facing Clarence Square and offers patio seating where you can enjoy galettes and crepes for lunch. Highlights include the Nordique with smoked salmon, sour cream, and chives. More »
With locations on Church St. and the lower level of St. Lawrence Market, Crepe It Up offers the option to customize any order or choose from the vast selection of predesigned fillings. Unique options include thin pancakes packed with peking duck and hoisin sauce, and pierogi version with potato salad, bacon bits and cheese. More »
This cafe in Kensington Market is licensed so you can enjoy a cocktail with your crepe. The menu is split between sweet and savoury options, but if you go for the later, try it “Tito Style” with an extra layer of crisp cheese baked on the outside. More »
You don't need to speak a lick of French to order at this Etobicoke cafe. Order lunch simply by saying "the one with salmon" or "the one with mashed potatoes and cheese." Have a craving for something sweet? The Nutella and banana crepe will hit the spot. More »