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Crêpes à Go-Go

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Madame Véronique's love and passion are crêpes and her Limonana drink.

Meet Madame Chef Véronique, the owner and passionate chef of  Crêpes à Go Go. Another style setter  here in my blog and one of my food adventures around Toronto. As you can see from the pictures above, Madame Véronique's speciality is making crêpes and the Limonana drink. Madame Véronique is originally from Paris. When you meet her, you will feel her joie de vivre in her business. She makes her crêpes, the Parisian way, nothing too fancy, but just like when you buy them to go from a Cafe in Paris. Freshly made crêpes with nutella, fruit jams or with cheese then placed in a brown paper bag ready to be eaten in a nearby park. Madame Véronique welcomes everybody to try her crêpes and if you wish, to also speak French with her anytime. If you check out the Facebook page of Crêpes à Go Go, you will discover that Madame Véronique is also active in the Small Business Community here in Toronto and never takes a day off except for last Good Friday. Talk about passion and dedication. 
I captured Madame Véronique preparing my crêpes during the Wonderful and Whimsical Icefest in Yorkville last month. I chose to have mozzarella cheese in my crêpes that day instead of the Nutella. 
Voila! My crêpes ready to be placed in a brown paper bag to go go!

In her restaurant, their menu presents many choices of different crêpes. From the savoury ones like the Crêpes Charlotte made with fresh strawberries, cream and cinnamon to crêpes with mushroom and cheese. I have tasted them both and they were so delicious! 
Another passion of Madame Véronique is her Limonana drink which she made herself from fresh lemons, mint and cane juice. Madame Véronique described the making of the Limonana drink a love story. It is like a lemonade but not too bitter and not too sweet. The fresh lemons and mint combination makes the drink refreshing. When in Toronto, drop by Crêpes à Go-Go, to meet Madame Véronique, taste her delicious crêpes and Limonana drink. It is definitely a taste of Paris in Toronto. 
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31 comments

  1. Such an intresting look!!!

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    Nicole

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  3. i love HOT crepes whith NUTELLA!!
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  4. Mhhhh it seems delicious!!! ;D

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    Benedetta

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  5. hummm yummi! looks delicious! I need some!
    kisses!

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  6. Oh, I wish I lived closer to Madame Veronique - those crepes look so good! Nutella crepes are my favorite.

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  7. I would love to try one of her crepes and a limonana!

    LUXESSED

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  8. Yummmmm! I am all of a sudden craving crepes.
    How I would love to try the Limonana. It sounds wonderful.
    I will keep Crepes a Go Go in mind when we return to visit Toronto (my in-laws live in the GTA).
    Lovely post! Really enjoyed your photos. Yummmmmmm!

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  9. I love crepes! Those look so delicious and they're huge :D

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  10. It all sounds very delicious.

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  11. I LOVE crepes - especially with nutella! But mozzarella is always delish too!

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  12. this post made me crave crepes! I haven't had one in a while.

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  13. I love crepes! Nutella and bananas are the best. Haven't tried one with mozzarella yet but that's an idea for next time!

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  14. Dang. This post is enough to convince me to purchase a ticket to Toronto tonight! I would love to meet another Veronique-- especially if she is a crêpe expert :-) Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

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  15. I love crepes..I think Crepes a Go Go is the best in Toronto!

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  16. Yum! I want to make crepes at home. With Nutella = heaven :)
    Have a wonderful weekend, Pamela. We're expecting glorious weather here in DC.
    xoxo
    Loi

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  17. Que ricos y que ganas de comer uno.
    Besos

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  18. very very nice my dear!!!:)
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  19. hi Pamela!!!

    I just came across to your g+ profile through our common friends and I'm really happy to see your blog!! I also love travelling specially food. I can't wait to see more from your post!!!

    Take car and hope to hear from you! Wish you a lovely weekend.
    xoxo,Meg
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  20. Yumm! Bacioni Lucy www.tpinkcarpet.com

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  21. Thats so yummi! Im now hungry!

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  22. That looks so delish!!! I love made from scratch, authentic food-I want some!
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  23. Where does she set up? I have never seen her and Mama likes crepes...so need to know:) xob

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  24. Chocolate or Cheese? Mmmmm both sound pretty tasty. OK, cheese for me today please and a deliciously refreshing lemonade to wash it down afterwards. I'll be back next week to try the chocolate:))
    Bon weekend Pamela.

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  25. You can't beat real French crêpes made the traditional way and the Limonada drink sounds like the perfect accompaniment. I love mint lemonade - so refreshing.
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  26. Why I didnt know her before! Lol, I am a huge crepes addicted! Yum yum, looks very delicious dear!

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Pamela lives in Toronto, Canada, currently working in Banking in the field of Credit and Finance. The Chic Delights blog has evolved into an on-line magazine about my experiences and inspirations on style, travel, people, lifestyle and current events. My features are not sponsored posts. The photographs and stories featured here are all from my own resources and experiences. [Pamela RG] (https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-43Wqs-SmwEU/UggtnO60INI/AAAAAAAAQw0/HZa9oGRC8Bc/w200-h200-no/DSCN0550.jpg)