Specializing in authentic Parisian crêpes - both sweet and savoury
A truly unique and authentic Parisian experience in the heart of Toronto! Une ambiance tout ce qu'il y a de plus français en plein cœur de Toronto.
I’ve been visiting Crêpes à GoGo for years now and guarantee you won’t be disappointed with their amazing and delicious assortment of crepes. The owner (Véronique) is an adorable French lady who also created the unique drink Limonana that they sell there. I was telling Véronique about all the reviews that are on the internet and that she should find a way to use them to her advantage. She wishes she could respond to everyone online but since she’s so busy and not really that internet savvy, I volunteered to help her if she wanted. You can tell that Veronique is the kind of person that will help others anyway she can, so I just wanted to “pay it forward” and help her out. So this is to anyone that writes an HONEST review of Crêpes à GoGo: if you can contact me with a link to the review you post, I’ll send you a coupon for a FREE 473mL bottle of Limonana for the next time you visit 18 Yorkville Ave. It’s basically a lemon/mint juice that you can drink cold or hot (also makes a good mix for cocktails)! Hope you enjoy as much as I do! Bon Appétit! firstname.lastname@example.org
In this casual bistro, proprietress Veronique and crew turn out simple sandwiches and buckwheat crepes, also known as galettes, using a technique that has been passed down for generations. Signature items include the cheese crepe, a crisped crepe folded around the sharpness of red onion, the fatty nuttiness of Swiss, a herbaceous hit of parsley, and a bit of tangy sour cream; and the Veronique,... more
Really disappointed with the way this place is now. I used to love it and visit frequently but now I don't think I will be coming back.
I paid almost 30 dollars for two crepes and a drink today. Thin, smushed and barely filling crepes. I wanted to order a coffee but the woman turned to my boyfriend and asked him if he had tried a lemon drink before, to which he said yes and then she asked if... more
I have been here many times for the Saint Tropez crepe. The crepes are authentic and pretty good, but the rude staff and slow service ruined the experience for me. Finally I stopped going.
Way worse than before. Bad service. Crepe was used to be crispy and thin before, now it was all soggy. I ordered St. Laurent, they are no longer using thick and real Black Forest ham, but just regular cold cut ham. Will not return!
That most versatile of Parisian delicacies is the focus at this intimate café. Menu boasts both sweet and savoury crepe options, such as the Nicoise, a blend of tuna, black olives and mozzarella, or the Julia, with dark chocolate and raspberry jam. Eat-in and take-out options are available. Breakfast, lunch, dinner daily. Casual. AE, MC, V.
Crepes a GoGo has found swanky new digs. But while the venue may be different, the cafe’s French ambiance has remained, with decor, music and, of course, a menu that hints at that you might find in Paris. As the restaurant’s name suggests, crepes are the star of the menu, with more than two dozen sweet and savoury options available. Choices range from the restaurant’s take on Paris’ popular... more
Crepes A GoGo offers these services: aliments, take out food, take-out food.
Cette minuscule petite crêperie est un petit bijou. Un coin de Paris dans l'Annexe. Depuis Bloor, vous pouvez entendre les vieilles chansons françaises ringuardes mais si romantiques. Les crêpes sont vraiment les meilleures. Elles sont fines et dorées à souhait. Une adresse à ne rater sous aucun prétexte !