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Crêpes à GoGo (Annex)

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The first time we went to Crêpes à GoGo, it was closed. We went back two weeks later only to find that it was closed, AGAIN! This time it was closed without any signage indicating the reason for its closure. We checked Facebook and Twitter to make sure we weren’t missing something. We nearly gave up but the third time was the charm!

crepesagogo.com
750 Spadina Ave
Toronto, ON
M5S 2J4
(416) 519-7046

Crêpes à GoGo in the Annex is the second location of this small crêpe shop by Chef/Owner/Manager Véronique; the first one now located in Yorkville (previously on Bedford Rd and Bloor St). The Annex location address can be misleading since the storefront is actually on Bloor St. and not Spadina Ave. The store is quite small with a bench right by the entrance and several stools by the window. There is also seating available in the patio for the good days.
Crepes a Gogo - Interior Crepes a Gogo - Interior

The aroma of the batter cooking on the crêpieres had us salivating immediately as we stepped inside the crêperie. The menu offers a variety of crêpes ranging from sweet, savoury, or sweet and savoury.
Crepes a Gogo - Menu Crepes a Gogo - Menu
Crepes a Gogo - Menu Crepes a Gogo - Menu

The crêpes are not served on a plate but packaged into paper bags for easy on-the-go eating. After picking up our piping fresh crêpes, the four of us seated ourselves outside to enjoy the food under the blue sky. The P’tit Ben filled with cream cheese & raspberry jam (right) is a rolled crêpe filled away from the crêpiere. It made for a nice light, sweet crêpe and perfect for a snack or a light morning bite. While the Dina-Mique filled with brie, tomato, threads of red onion, basil, olive oil is a folded crêpe that is filled on the crêpieres (left). It was packed with ooey gooey goodness and ideal if you are looking for something more.
Crepes a Gogo - Food Crepes a Gogo - Food

Two of us got the sweet and savoury Québécoise filled with scrambled egg, mozzarella & maple syrup, perfect for a light morning breakfast. Between the four of us, we got 3 bottles of Limonana served cold on that exceptionally warm summer morning. It is a very refreshing beverage made of mint leaves and lemon juice that can be served chilled or heated. This unique drink, from Chef Véronique’s creative mind is brewed locally, right here in Toronto and can be found all across the GTA and beyond.
Crepes a Gogo - Food

I invite you to give Crêpes à GoGo a try as I will be returning to sample more of their other delicious crêpes!


The Damage: $41 after tax for four


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Shirley

Best possible description of Shirley: A seemingly ordinary individual with an affinity for the unconventional. I have a great appreciation for and I am constantly amazed by the creativity and ingenuity expressed through food and art.

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