Toronto’s New Crêperie Serves Sweet Meals and Lattes

A French-inspired creperie has opened in Toronto and offers savory and sweet crepes perfect for those in a hurry.

SAVA crepes & coffee opened a shop in November at 2674 Yonge Street, north of Eglinton Station and just before Glencairn Avenue.

SAVA crepes and coffee are the brainchild of Sofia Reshetnikova, a barista extraordinaire turned crepe.

From designing the logo, to securing a location, to renovations, to her big reveal, Reshetnikova documented her entire process of opening a boutique on Instagram. She now shares tips from her own experience with those in the industry.

As for the menu, Reshetnikov experimented with bold flavors and ingredients to satisfy every craving.

Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or a little dessert, this place serves pancake specialties like the Veggie Lover pancake. It features melty brie cheese, roasted pepper, fatty avocado and pesto, all wrapped in a savory buckwheat crepe. It’s sugar-free and gluten-free.

Rather greedy? Try Blueberry Forest, made with fresh blueberries, whipped cream cheese and blueberry compote.

They also have a list of drink options, from espresso drinks to premium teas. Check out the full menu here.

SAVA crêpes & café is now open for take-out.

Pancakes & coffee SAVA

Address: 2674 Yonge Street
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Call: (647) 344-7555


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