Top 5 crepes in Mississauga 2021
Published March 10, 2021 at 4:07 pm
Mississauga has some of the best crepe spots in the GTA. Whether you’re in the mood for a sweet crepe filled with chocolate, caramel and brownies or a savoury crepe stuffed with meat or veggies, the city has you covered.
Here are the top 5 places to get crepes in Mississauga:
This spot serves up a wide selection of sweet and savoury crepes but we decided to go for a savoury option. We tried the vegetarian crepe. It was stuffed with cheddar, swiss, mozzarella, feta cheeses, egg, mushrooms, tomatoes, roasted red peppers, baby spinach, garlic sauce. This makes the perfect breakfast crepe in our opinion and the flavours are absolutely amazing together.
The Apricot Tree Cafe has been around for over 20 years and occupies a nice, serene spot in Sauga’s Sherwood Forrest Village plaza. This cute cafe is known for its delicious desserts. Some of its gloriously sweet offerings include the Crepe Romanoff (made with ice cream, fresh strawberries and strawberry sauce), and the crepe coconana (filled with fresh bananas, chocolate sauce and coconut ice cream).
This resto has a ton of crepes and honestly, it was hard to choose just one. The have lotus, dulce, caramel apple, New York cheesecake and so many more that are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. We tried the “Black and Red” crepe which was a grilled crepe filled with strawberries and Nutella – a classic that never disappoints. Let’s face it, Nutella and strawberries are simply iconic together.
You already know this is THE spot for all things sweet and savoury on those late Friday nights with your best friends. But for now, we’ll settle for ordering every dessert item off the menu and indulging while watching Netflix. We tried their banana strawberry crepe but we decided to kick it up a notch. The crepe is drizzled with Nutella but we added caramel sauce, because why not? The combination of caramel, Nutella, strawberries and bananas stuffed into a warm and sweet crepe was simply divine.
1) Melt n Dip
This establishment is fairly new but their crepes really hit the spot. The presentation is on point and the rich, Belgium chocolate is what makes their crepes simply melt in your mouth. We tried their apple cinnamon crepe which was stuffed with cream patisserie and apples that were cooked with brown sugar and cinnamon. The crepe was then topped with decadent chocolate and it came in the cutest box alongside cutlery wrapped pretty packaging. Again, it was very difficult choosing just one, as their pina colada crepe and tiramisu crepe sounded like a sweet deal.
- Crepes De Luxe
- The Apricot Tree
- Crepe Delicious
- D Spot Dessert Cafe - Heartland Town Centre
- Melt n Dip