A few weeks before heading up to Montreal, I made sure to contact Anita from Destination Bucket List. She had just visited the city a few weeks before I was headed there, and I was curious to see what restaurants she would recommend. She offered a lot of awesome options, but I have to admit, I stopped listening to the other suggestions when she mentioned a that she had found an incredible creperie in Old Montreal: Creperie Chez Suzette.
After her experience ice fishing, another suggestion of hers that I took, she went to Creperie Chez Suzette for crêpes and mulled wine. I decided that Jeff and I would follow in her footsteps.
After wandering around the streets of Old Montreal in the snow, we finally arrived. Immediately, I was in paradise. A menu with an extensive list of crêpes, but they also had fondue; plus, plenty of warm alcoholic beverages that would be just perfect after a morning spent fishing on the ice.
I had a hard time picking out what I wanted to eat, but once saw green apple, brie cheese, with maple syrup, I was sold. Jeff got a pizza that was made on a crêpe, and both were delicious.
We ate our entire portions and, of course, had to order dessert. Although there were plenty of options, we settled on the Nutella crêpe with strawberries and a scope of vanilla ice cream on top. Nutella is something I can never resist.
We were stuffed after dessert and ready to nap after the long morning, but this was the perfect way to spend the afternoon. Creperie Chez Suzette had a cozy and warm environment, just perfect for the snowy, cold, winter day. If you find yourself in Old Montreal, I definitely suggest stopping in for some of the best crêpes in the world.