On this particular Friday, we first explored Chinatown and then slowly maneuver down Queen Street towards the Eaton Centre. The original plan was to gradually make our way back to the Eaton Centre to forage for food come dinnertime, but we had stayed at different shops for longer than expected. I was a little too famished by the end of our three-hour shopping excursion, and passing by a crepe place with an open kitchen (read: gaining complete exposure to crepes cooking on a large, round griddle) was probably the most comfortably convenient thing ever at that moment.
A voice soon replied back, "It tastes even better!"
The interior was that of a classic American diner, complete with incandescent lighting and a black-and-white checkered floor.
We were seated immediately, and ordered two savoury crepes: Chicken Melt and Montreal Smoked Beef, Egg, and Dijon Mustard.
I thought the crepes were priced quite heavily at first, but realized that they were completely worth it as soon as they were cut into. Each crepe had been stuffed to the brim with fillings! And true to one of the chef's earlier remarks, they did, in fact, taste amazing. Both were extremely cheesy and absolutely delicious; what I enjoyed most was how the crepes weren't too thick, yet they managed to stay crisp the entire time while you were consuming them.
A 12" Parisian hot dog was later ordered, followed by a Signature Nutella Milkshake.
The Nutella milkshake was, as expected, amazing. Majority of the other diners had ordered dessert crepes, many requesting one made with Nutella. I didn't have any room left, so I ordered a milkshake instead. Next time I'm in the area though, I'll be sure to save room for one by eating a light dinner.
The waitress who served us was attentive for the most part, but didn't have the most friendly demeanor during the busier hours of the night. Nonetheless, she was more than happy to get us our bill and a takeout drink container for my half-finished milkshake.