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The Best Crepes in Toronto

The best crêpes in Toronto are delicately thin, holding everything from gelato to pork belly in a gentle embrace. Toronto’s crêperies are perfecting their own versions of France’s flimsy pancakes with a style of their own. 

Here are the best crêpes in Toronto.


Millie Patisserie & Creamery
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Millie Patisserie & Creamery

Handheld crepes filled with ingredients like matcha gelato, whipped cream and even okonomiyaki are just a few of the options to be found at this Japanese-style patisserie on Oxley Street and their crêperie in Kensington Market. 

Yorkville Crepes
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Yorkville Crepes

This Yorkville cafe has been whipping up paper-thin crepes since it first opened as Crêpes à GoGo in 2006. Elegant rolls with brie cheese, smoked salmon or just plain organic sugar are just some of the options available all day. 
 


Crepe It Up
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Crepe It Up

A trip to St. Lawrence means an obligatory crepe to go from this counter on the lower level of the Market. Founder Christopher Lee and the team have been serving sweet and savoury crepes fresh-to-order off the circular griddle for years. 

Crepe TO
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Crepe TO

This crepe counter by St. James Park stands firmly on the fact that crepes can be eaten for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are plenty of dessert options as well but Crepe T.O. is definitely one of the only places you can get falafels inside a French pancake. 


Yellow Cup Cafe
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Yellow Cup Cafe

Etobicoke’s all-day breakfast gem has 44 different crepes. Savoury options like Philly Steak always come with a bechamel sauce while you can usually expect whipped cream on the sweet stuff. Free coffee is guaranteed no matter which route you take at this 22-year-old staple.


Sava Crepes
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Sava Crepes

This new arrival to Yonge and Blythwood is the latest creperie to open in the city. Owner Sofia Reshetnikova is making both wheat crepes and versions made of organic buckwheat flour, for a tasty gluten-free snack.

Pastel
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Pastel

You’ll want to try every decadent twist on the menu at this cafe in North York. This creperie has been open since 2011 and wowing customers with their drizzled out crepes with matcha, lychee, and whole chocolate brownies inside.


Demetres
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Demetres

There are multiple locations of this classic dessert spot in Toronto. Their crepes are always decked out with fresh fruits, drizzles of dark chocolate sauce and a generous scoop of ice cream.

Tapi Go!
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Tapi Go!

If you’re intrigued by the concept of Brazilian tapioca crepes, head to this cozy Bloorcourt cafe where their colourful creations are bound to catch your eye. Tapioca flour makes for gluten-free snacks that are already a popular street food in Brazil.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez of Sava Crepes. Additional photos by Millie, Yorkville Crepes, @deliciousfoodoftoronto of Yellow Cup Cafe, @to_delicacies of Pastel Creperie,


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