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Located on Queen Street, just west of Bathurst is Chococrepe (@chococrepeTO), a quaint and cozy creperie. The space has a really warm feel to it, furnished with cottage décor.

They’re open late – 11pm Tuesdays to Thursdays and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.  While Chococrêpe occupies a narrow space, there’s plenty of seating. Mike and I dropped by on a Friday evening and  found the place quite empty.

The interior

For those not looking for a crepe, they have a selection of salads with dressings made in-house. I also hear they make a mean hot chocolate made from melted Valhrona chocolate. While it’s a little too hot for hot chocolate in this weather, perhaps I’ll give it a try when it gets a little cooler out…and when I’m in the mood to spend $5.95 on a hot chocolate.

As for their crepes, the menu is separated into savoury crepes and sweet crepes. Since I came with Mike, we decided to order one of each.

The interior

For our savoury crepe, we decided on the Country Crepe – caramelized pear, wood smoked bacon, cheddar ($9.50). Their savoury crepes are of the buckwheat variety which is a little drier in texture than I’m used to.  Also, unlike the thicker and chewier crepes from Crêpes à GoGo these crepes are really thin. While, I prefer the type from Crêpes à GoGo, I really enjoyed this country crepe. I loved the sweetness from the pear and the saltiness from the bacon. Delish!

The Country Crepe

For our sweeter choice, we decided on the Nutty Banana – peanut butter, banana, dark chocolate ($8.25). Although we didn’t, you can add a scoop of gelato or sorbet to any crepe for an extra $3. I’m not sure if all the sweet crepes come with a vanilla cream sauce, but this crepe came with a side of it. Overall, I thought it was a delicious crepe. You really can’t go wrong with this classic combination.

The Nutty Banana Crepe

Whether you’re in the mood for sweet or savoury, there’s something for you at Chococrêpe!


At a glance:
• A quaint creperie located on Queen St., just west of Bathurst
• Serving up a selection of savoury and sweet crepes
• Open to 11pm Tuesdays to Thursdays; Midnight on Fridays/Saturdays
• Closed on Mondays

Ratings (out of 5):
• Food: 4 stars
• Service: 4 stars
• Atmosphere: 4 stars

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  1. Ren (Reply) on Wednesday 1, 2012

    Ooh…I passed by this place when I was making my way to Nadège and was wondering what their crêpes were like. I think I’ll try it next week. Are there any types you would recommend besides the 2 you mentioned?
    Thanks for sharing Jess!!!

    • Jess (Reply) on Wednesday 1, 2012

      I can’t really speak for the other crepes since I only tried the two. I think I’ll have to be back to try their other offerings 🙂