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Any good crêperies left in the city?

OliverB | Jan 24, 201111:40 AM     16

Is Chez Suzette on St-Paul still any good? What's considered the best in central MTL these days?

I'll usually drive 40mins to Val Morin and back for an early evening dinner but I would like to know if there's any really good creperies local... Every time I've taken a chance on a random place it's turned out entirely disappointing and I wonder if people have moved on and it's only seen as a touristy Quebec thing now? J&C's meal crêpes are not good imo, nor any of their non dessert plates. I also don't like the atmosphere at all. I went back to that restaurant on St-Denis just above Sherbooke for the first time in 10 years and it was absolutely disgusting! I can't remember if it always was, but the restaurant smelled like dirty feet and I had the worst onion soup ever, I couldn't even eat anything ordered.

What's the best place on the island for traditional garlic salad, onion soup au gratin and crêpes sucrées these days? Preferably small, intimate and warm ambiance suited for a date, wintery night, etc.

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