Besides warmer weather, Toronto has something else to seriously look forward as spring descends.
That being the grand opening of Canada’s first Crazy Crepes, a well-loved Japanese-style crepe spot, at 366 Church Street.
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Currently, the store is still under construction, and according to a spokesperson, it will be ready for a grand opening in early April.
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Unlike French-style crepes which are plated and have a crisp texture, Japanese-style crepes are rolled into a cone. They’re softer and moister than their European counterpart, and are easier to enjoy while strolling through the city streets.
The space’s interior design will have a Harajuku-feel. With a floor-to-ceiling pink interior, carousels hanging from the ceiling and other bright decor. You’ll want to have your Insta at the ready.
From the food to the decorating, this spot’s going to satisfy every sweet craving you’ve got.
Address: Coming 366 Church Street, April 2019