Top 5 Crepes in Mississauga


Published May 23, 2015 at 2:14 am


Mississauga has some good choices when it comes to crepes. Whether you like a dessert crepe on a date or a savoury crepe filled with meat for lunch here are the top 5 places to get crepes in Mississauga:

5) Dunk’n Dip 

The deceptively spacious restaurant is located on a quieter stretch of the Lakeshore in Port Credit, and while the storefront isn’t flashy, the interior is impressive. The resto showcases three chocolate fountains (dark, white and milk) and has light fixtures filled with candy suspended from the ceiling over the counter (there was a light filled with marshmallow ice cream cones!). Even the tables pay homage to the glorious candies of every customer’s youth, with the glass table tops set atop clear stands filled with treats. I tried to poke the marshmallows in one stand and they were real and it was awesome. 

As for the food, well, it’s good too. The menu is extensive and features myriad gelato flavours, waffle concoctions, brownie creations and savoury crepes. Diners can choose what type of chocolate drizzle they want on their desserts, and the staff is more than helpful when it comes to explaining the innovative concept and overwhelming (in a good way) menu. 

They have also added local live music to the mix throughout the week.

Types of crepes: Sweet and Savoury

4) Bliss Dessert Cafe & Bistro

Sugar fiends can now indulge in the sweet menu at this Canadian family-owned business located in the City Centre core on Living Arts Centre Dr. It has decadent menu with a large selection of desserts, such as ice cream sundaes, crepes and cakes. There are also breakfast dishes, pizzas and savory crepes. 

Types of crepes: Sweet and Savoury

3) Caffé Demetré

Caffé Demetré’s is a popular (and colourful) dessert chain that has been around for 24 years  Demetré (which boasts two Sauga locations) has a varied menu that boasts waffle and crepe concoctions and myriad sundaes, milkshakes, smoothies, cakes and gourmet coffee beverages. 

It a great place to go for dessert crepes as they have about a dozen to choose from. It’s also a good place to go if you want enjoy your sugar high inside an elaborate Picasso painting.  And, to be fair, it can be quiet in the afternoons. And to be even more fair, if loud is what you go for, it’s perfect. 

Types of crepes: Sweet

2) Our Crepe

Our Crepe specializes in Polish crepes and features over 50 menu items, offering everything from savory cheese and meat stuffed crepes to sweet crepes filled with Nutella, fruit and ice cream. Their motto is “more than just crepes” and you will also find a number of salads, freshly squeezed juices, organic teas, cappuccinos and lattes on the menu. All items are available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

The company’s Facebook page indicates that it was founded in Poland’s capital of Warsaw with locations in Poland and Ireland. The first and only location in Canada is in Central Parkway Mall off of Burnhamthorpe and Central Pkwy and it has been serving customers since 2012. 

Types of crepes: Sweet and Savoury

1) Apricot Tree Café  

The Apricot Tree Café has been around for 20 years this year, and occupies a nice, serene spot in Sauga’s Sherwood Forrest Village plaza. It’s cozy and atmospheric with white linen napkins, an apricot tree painted right on the wall, and warm orange and green colours. It’s not just dedicated to food and desserts — it’s dedicated to romantic, higher end outings that aren’t too high end. 

The little café, while being a great place for breakfast, lunch or dinner, is known as an excellent place for dessert. Some of its gloriously sweet offerings include the Crepe Denmark (made with ice cream, whipped cream and chocolate blossoms), the Apricot Crepe (filled with apricot mousse and pistachios and accompanied by ginger ice cream and apricot chutney) and the crème brulee ($6.50). 

Types of crepes: Sweet and Savoury





  1. The Apricot Tree
  2. Our Crepe
  3. Caffe Demetre
  4. Cha Me. Cha
  5. Dunk’n Dip Port Credit – PERMANENTLY CLOSED
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