The food was excellent, and the place is very quaint. Awesome crepes and cappuccinos!
We went straight here on arrival in Whistler, having read up on all the restaurants and wanting some good mountain food. We were not disappointed. We had really fantastic onion soup - ladled into a bowl crusted with cheese and with french bread bobbing amongst deep onions and a very well flavoured broth. We followed this with cheese fondue -... More
Great value restaurant serving waffles, pancakes and fondus, depending on the time of day. Highly recommended for breakfast but good for lunch and dinner too.
If you are looking for crepe's or fondue this is the place to go. We did not have breakfast there but in seeing other tables that were doing a late breakfast that looked great as well. Friendly staff, great food and affordable. Very limited seating so be prepared but other than that a must visit.
We always stop at Crepe-Montagne while in Whistler. Before our ski days are planned out the kids plan the crepe day, because it sure is satisfying after a good day on the slopes. This year we went two days in a row. A local told us to try the fondue, so we went for cheese & chocolate fondue, and boy... More
Based on the reviews, I had high hopes for this place!! It was nothing special and not memorable. Quite expensive for what you get. ($20 for cheese fondue -- and there was so little cheese in the pot we could only get thru about half of the provided bread cubes!) Also tried the smoked salmon crepe -- very bland and... More
We ate here for breakfast 2 out of 4 days. We didnt go back more because we didnt want them to think we were crazy. It's a quant, cute little restaurant with maybe only room for 30 people. Make sure to go early to avoid the rush. We were greated both times by what we could only guess was a... More
What can I say, one of the best breakfasts I've ever had. I shared a buckwheat crepe covered with perfectly cooked sunny side up (3 of them), delicious ham and tomato, and 3 cheeses. We followed this with a sweet crepe - bananas, strawberries and nutella. Decadent? Sure! But definitely food that's good for the soul.
I was a little concerned that the prices were a bit high, however, our breakfast was worth every penny. The restaurant is very small and you may end up sharing a table with strangers. I had an omelette with sauteed mushrooms (one of my favorite combos) and it was incredible. I also had a strawberry jam and chocolate crepe that... More
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