I was introduced to this charming joint, located in Toronto’s trendy Yorkville neighborhood, by http://ourfaves.com/. Located almost at the intesection of Bloor and Younge St.s, this cafe has developed a cult following, thanks to its minimalist handheld crepes.

If you must have the staple ham and cheese crepe, you will be dissappointed by its absence on the menu but if if you are a fish, egg and vegetable and / spice lover, this is your heaven. Whether it be the bite-seized zatar crepes (called Bedouin) or the smoked salmon options on the menu, the crepes do not dissapoint. They are well-thought of and non-saucy or greasy making them delightful and filling at the same time. Limonona, the drink the owner Véronique makes with lemon, cane sugar and mint is superb, kind of a mojito without the alcohol.

However, the dessert crepes are on the sweeter side, especially the dark chocolate crepe.

A Crêpes à GoGo Creation: With Smoked Salmon, Red Onion and Dill

There's always music at the mini bistro!