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Great Takes On Crêpes

For a light meal or substantial dessert, we’ve got your choices wrapped up:

Crêpes à GoGo (18 Yorkville Ave., 416-922-6765) Now in a new Yorkville location, this one-time Annex neighbourhood favourite is known for its loyal following. Choose from more than 20 savoury or sweet varieties.

Café Crêpe (246 Queen St. W., 416-260-1611) Infusing a French touch into the Queen Street West strip, this café serves golden-delicious crepes for dinner or dessert. Eat in or grab one to go from the takeout window.

Le Papillon Perpetually voted Toronto’s most popular French restaurant, the Old Town favourite has been creping it up daily since 1974. The place to go in the city for authentic French-Canadian crepes.

Art Square Gallery Café (334 Dundas St. W., 416-595-5222) At this breezy gallery-cum-crêperie near the Art Gallery of Ontario, the toppings are Mediterranean with a twist. Choose from a plain or buckwheat base. Top off your snack with a chocolate truffle!

Crêpe It Up (507 1/2 Church St., 416-916-3558) In the Church and Wellesley neighbourhood, these sweet or savoury crepes are delicious but don’t even pretend to be authentic. They’re more along the lines of creative and substantial wraps. And the price is right.

La Crêperie (55 Mill St., 416-203-1590) Creative, mouthwatering crepe fixings abound at this family-run eatery in the Distillery Historic District. Choose from entrée, dessert and “good morning” varieties.—Anne Gibson

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