Nestled on the edge of Toronto’s Yorkville district lies a fabulous French crepe restaurant, just off Yonge and Yorkville. Whether you’re looking for a place to relax and chat with your friends on the weekend, to indulge in authentic Bretagne French crepes, or simply to satisfy your sweet tooth, Crêpes à GoGo is the place to be. The place is always bustling with people and there is almost always a line-up on weekends – Torontonians just can’t get enough of their savoury crepes.
Walking in, you can’t help but notice the myriad of French-themed paintings and photos, along with the soothing music of various French chanteurs/chanteuses.’ The service is both timely and friendly. On the weekends, there is always a crowd outside Crêpes à GoGo, along with tourists snapping pictures of the cooks working on the crêpières.
Veronique, the owner, is always seen chatting up and entertaining her loyal patrons while making sure everything is running smoothly. People coming in are offered a sample of Veronique’s very own ‘Limonana’ beverage. Limonana is Crêpes à GoGo’s very own concoction of fresh mint leaves, organic cane juice, filtered spring water and lemon juice. Limonana is served both hot — for those frigid winter nights, and cold — for those hot summer days on the patio.
Crêpes à GoGo is well known in Toronto not only for its authenticity and delectable crepes, but also for its diverse and creative menu. Boasting an impressive 31 different crepe varieties, with ingredients ranging from brie to smoked salmon, you would be hard-pressed not to find something you love on the menu. A personal favourite is the ‘Tova’ crepe: dollops of sour cream, threads of red onion, slices of smoked salmon, and filaments of dill make for the perfect lazy-Sunday afternoon snack.
A lot of love and passion has been put into Crêpes à GoGo. Anyone looking for an authentic French Crepe restaurant should look no further.