Crepes Club Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Russian food is rare in downtown Toronto. Crepes Club serves delicious pelmeni, olivier salad and kvass.

Crepes Club is that rare find on popular Baldwin Street — a café that provides good value and solid taste. On a recent Saturday at lunch, one server worked the dining room slowly, delivering fresh, hot soups and pelmeni dumpling or potato pierogy lunch combos for $13. The menu features savoury and sweet crepes, which I admit I still haven’t tried — the bulk of the menu entices me to experience the spectrum of cuisine from the post-Soviet states (Commonwealth of Independent States).

Kvass (a fermented soft drink resembling a herbal cola), kasha buckwheat porridge, potato pancakes, shashlik kebabs, and Olivier salad (the ubiquitous Russian potato salad), along with a cringe-worthy retro soundtrack, complete the authentic experience. Cappuccino foam art is taken seriously, with reasonably good results in taste and presentation.

Don’t be fooled by the cheesy website or poor-graphic menu. Crepes Club is the real deal.

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Address

49 Baldwin Street, Toronto, ON M5T 1L3, Canada

Website

http://www.crepesclub.ca/

Cost
Phone Number

(416) 357-5404

Notes

Open 11:00 am to 10:00 pm.

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