Came here back in December after having past by Cafe Crepe a million times and staring at the cooks turn the crepes round and round on the crepe maker. This place is usually packed so I expected it to be once I arrived with my sisters. Once I got there, the cafe itself was busy but the walk in area wasn't too bad. I took a quick look at the menu by the register and got the regular crepe with... more
Had the smoke beef to go. Very yummy and perfect size. It was pretty crowded when I was there but I got my order pretty quick. The guys are fast. Great meal on the go.
I really wanted to enjoy my first visit here. I was 37 weeks pregnant and just walking home from my weekly doctor's visit at 11am when I decided to stop in for a latte, a crepe and to rest my swollen feet. I waddled inside and placed my order. I asked if I could be seated at a table or booth so I could rest a bit and was told those were for patrons who were ordering meals and that I had to sit... more
Part of a franchise that includes locations in Vancouver and Santa Monica, Queen West’s Café Crepe is the only one you’ll find in Toronto. Café Crepe serves French baguette sandwiches, grilled Italian paninis, and more. But the restaurant’s main attraction is, of course, the crepes, which go for about $8 each. The menu includes a number of sweet and savory options, and if ordered to go, you can... more
Whether it is late at night or early in the morning before Café Crepe even opens, there is a line out and around the front door. The lure of seeing the crepes being made behind a large street-side window draws the curious to their first experience. If nothing on the menu fits the mood, just order something out of the imagination. Yet, the variety is not limited to the crepes only.