Just off Dunbar Street sits Crêpe and Cafe and, as their name suggests, this charming restaurant specializes in crêpes and coffee. The buckwheat crêpes serve up a taste of Paris right here in Vancouver.
Blending West-Coast style with traditional French cooking and traditions, Le Crocodile has an irrestible dessert crepe to accompany any of their entrees. These chocolate-batter crêpes are filled with hazelnut mousse, drizzled with chocolate and topped with orange ice cream.
Suite 100–909 Burrard Street at Smithe
La Boheme Crêperie wheels out fresh crêpes daily – literally. The food truck serves up crêpes at various farmers markets and locations throughout the city. Made-to-order crêpes allow you to choose your own toppings and watch as cooks bring your edible delight to life.
Trout Lake Farmers Market, Royal City Farmer's Market as well as other various locations
Serving crêpes throughout the day and well into the night, Trixi's Crêpe and Coffeehaus will put your crêpe craving to bed. Savoury crepes have original combinations like spinach and ham or smoked salmon and cream cheese, while flavours like Nutella with a scoop of ice cream will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Le Marche St.George is the kind of neighbourhood corner store that you wished existed on every corner. The charming atmosphere and comfortable decor are the ideal accompaniment to one of their homemade crêpes.
Pictured: Smoked turkey crêpe with fig and brie
4393 St. George at the corner of E. 28th Avenue
Meaning "good crepe," Bon Crêpe features delicious and original Japanese-style crêpes.Their unique flavour comes from the mochi (rice cake) base and the resulting texture is original and complements over 56 menu flavours.
With their French Mediterrean-inspired cuisine, it's no surprise that Provence offers three different crêpes to choose from. Their fruit crêpes feature fresh fruit and whipped cream while their savoury seafood or chicken crêpes are très bon! In particular, Provence's seafood crêpe is packed with rich West Coast flavour and filled with salmon, shrimp and baby scallops covered in a decadent velouté sauce.
Probably the most well-known crêpe spot in Vancouver, Cafe Crêpe has three locations in the downtown core making it easy to grab lunch, dinner or a snack on the go. If you're craving both sweet and sour, we recommend the lemon crêpe.
Pictured: Banana and coconut crêpe
Robson Street location:
1032 Robson St., Vancouver
Granville Street locations:
874 Granville St., Vancouver
You don't have to travel to France to get your crêpe on
Crêpes may have originated in France, but that doesn't mean you have to jet set across the pond to get a taste of the delicious treat. The thin pancake can be served with sweet or savoury toppings and easily enjoyed any time of the day. Here are eight of the tasiest crêpes in Vancouver.