You had me at crepes…

On Queen Street, the nexus of Toronto’s dining and shopping districts,  the weather was cold, the wind brisk and it was becoming increasingly apparent, it was time to warm up and grab a bite to eat.  What better place than Cafe Crepe which caught my eye because of the large front window where you could watch the restaurant’s chefs prepare the delicate crepes.  The crêperie was crowded but not loud and it was clear the diners were enjoying their meals.  I sat at a table near the back and was impressed with the menu which featured traditional crepes, both savory and sweet, as well as Cafe’s signature dishes.  Based on the recommendations from the waitress, I ordered the Some Like it Hot, filled with feta, spinach, sweet onion aioli, tabasco, and tomato.  It packed a necessary punch.  The vegetables were crisp, the pastry was delicate and flavorful and the tabasco was exactly what I needed to warm up.  The quality of the meal was matched by the excellence of the service.  I returned a couple of days later to try their Montreal Smoked Beef which included Dijon mustard and mushrooms.  It was as good…

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