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The Best Crepes in Toronto

The best crepes in Toronto are desperately chic yet fundamentally satisfying. Eat them sprinkled lightly with sugar and lemon, as they do in Paris, or tucked around a bounty of fresh ingredients. As a quick snack, an indulgent meal, or a devastatingly delicious dessert, these versatile cousins to more pedestrian pancakes never disappoint.

Here are the best crepes in Toronto.


Nana's Creperie
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Nana's Creperie

At this small Beaches cafe, sweet and savoury crepes improve moods throughout the day. Delicate and light, each crepe becomes significantly heartier rolled around an abundance of fillings — from ham and eggs to Biscoff-laced cream cheese.

Chez Paul Creperie
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Chez Paul Creperie

An ideal accompaniment to West Queen West strolls, the crepes at this petite shop can also be savoured on-site. With tradition guiding the team's vision, the menu touches on all the greatest hits, from Emmental cheese with ham to sugar, lemon and lashings of butter.


Yorkville Crepes
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Yorkville Crepes

This cute Yorkville creperie caters to clients with a menu of tender, just-bronzed crepes filled in myriad ways. At lunchtime, warm items ooze with cheese, eggs, and sautéed veg, inviting guests to linger. A list of hot and cold sweet crêpes, meanwhile, make ideal afternoon or dinnertime treats.

Sava Crepes
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Sava Crepes

Both locations (at Yonge and Lawrence and in Roncesvalles Village), of this cozy spot dole out crepes stuffed to bursting with a hodgepodge of fresh ingredients. Though some, like the lemon cream, are great to-go, others, like the creamy turkey and apple pie, are knife-and-fork situations best given your undivided attention.


Crepe It Up
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Crepe It Up

Eating plenty of delicious things is de rigueur at the St. Lawrence Market, making a trip to this beloved spot mandatory. Unafraid to branch out, the team serves freshly-made crepes garnished with ham, cheese and pineapple, Peking chicken, dulce de leche, and other uncommon toppings.


Yellow Cup Cafe
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Yellow Cup Cafe

With dozens of crêpe flavours to choose from, diners at this Etobicoke restaurant can get overwhelmed. Happily, built from warm, gossamer crepes, every one — from apple with brie to banana walnut — is guaranteed to satisfy.

Pastel
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Pastel

In North York, this sophisticated spot serves elegant crepes loaded with tasty things. Though savoury and dessert options are available, the team's creativity shines in sweets, like the black sesame, with sponge cake, granola and ice cream, and the elaborate roasted green tea crêpe.


Millie Patisserie & Creamery
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Millie Patisserie & Creamery

Crepes are meticulously stacked to create glorious crepe cakes at this dessert shop, with locations in the Entertainment District and Kensington Market. Flavours include vanilla, Earl Grey, matcha and tiramisu, with handheld crêpes, overflowing with gelato and fruit, also available.

La Crêpe
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La Crêpe

Few things are as mesmerizing as watching the team at this Entertainment District spot swirl crepe batter around a hot grill. Then, there's the anticipation you'll feel as you notice the copious amounts of ingredients piles onto each order. All in all, whether you visit at lunch, for an afternoon treat or for a post-dinner snack, every crepe here is a total experience.

Lead photo by

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


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