The word crêpe is French

for pancake and is derived from the Latin crispus meaning “curled”.  Crêpes originated inBrittany (fr. Breton), in the northwest region of France, which lies between the English Channel to the north and the Bay of Biscay to the south.  Crêpes were originally called galettes, meaning flat cakes. The French pronunciation of both words is with a short e, as in bed.

Crêpe making has evolved from being cooked on large cast-iron hot plates heated over a wood fire in a fireplace to hot plates that are now gas or electric heated. The batter is spread with a tool known as a rozel and flipped with a spatula.

Crêpes are popular not only throughout France but elsewhere in Europe where the pancakes go by other names and adaptations, including Italian crespelle, Hungarian palacsintas, Jewish blintzes, Scandinavian plattars, Russian blini, and Greek kreps.
Savored for centuries, crêpes are celebrating a worldwide revival today and for good reason.  Come, let us introduce you to our hand-crafted sweet and savory delights!



Crepe Toronto:         choco sirup, marshmallows, graham crackers, choice of ice cream

Crepe New York:      choco sirup, peanut butter, sliced banana, choice of ice cream

Crepe Tokio:            mangoes, sweet condensed milk, choice of ice cream

Crepe Berlin:            nutella, sliced bananas, sliced strawberries, c hoice of ice cream

Crepe Vancouver:      choco sirup, crushed oreo cookies, sliced bananas, choice of ice cream

Crepe Paris:             apple sauce, cinamon and sugar, honey, choice of ice cream

Crepe London:           peppermint sirup, chocolate sprinkles, mint chocolate chip ice cream





Crepe Amsterdam:      Aspargus, sauce hollandaise, fresh parsley

Crepe Hawai:              Ham, pneapple, shredded cheese

Crepe Marseille:          Sourcreme, bacon, onions, shredded cheese

Crepe Madrid:            Avocado, chicken, feta cheese,

Crepe Munich:            Pork Schnitzel, mushroom gravy,fresh parsley

Crepe Athen:              Spinach, feta cheese, black or green olives,

Crepe Rom:                italien sausage, tomatoes, shredded cheese