Not a huge number of people found mid week in summer here, but most of them were seated and enjoying this well deserved Cafe'
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We stayed at the Grand for 2 nights and this was my family's first option for breakfast crepes, panini's, or wraps and a wicked coffee!
We had the Tod breakfast which was filling and freshly cooked. They have a great selections of food options for all tastes and an equally large drinks selection. I took a large coffee which I had to get to go as I was only 1/3...More
This place was recommended to us by a local. Disappointed. Ham & cheese crepe was the smallest I've ever seen and definitely it worth $11. Veggie crepe had a minuscule amount of feta. But the coffee was great.More
Hi Faajj ! At Tod Mountain Café, we pride ourselves on our delicious crepes, I am very sorry to hear that yours were less than satisfactory. Next time you're in Sun Peaks, please come by and we will remake your crepes free of charge. We...More
One of the most affordable, quick and good places to eat in Sun Peaks. Healthy and good food that can be enjoyed on site or takeout.
Thanks for the 5 star review, Sue A ! We are so happy to hear you enjoyed your experience at Tod Mountain Café. We look forward to seeing you again soon!
Went for the cookie decorating event. Kids enjoyed it. Staff were nice. Cookies were yummy. Latte and chai latte were both good. Chocolate cookies for sale were good but a bit pricey $3.50 I think.
Had a savoury breakfast crepe from here and it was quite good. It was a pretty simple crepe (bacon, egg and cheese) but was quite tasty. Their lattes and Americanos are delicious too!
We headed up to Sun Peaks for the day, and were drawn in by the menu. Some good options, and a delicious dressing on the greens that came with our sandwiches. Would come back again.
Visited over the Canada Day long weekend, and popped in twice. Once for a couple of paninis, then again the next day for a crepe. Good service, great staff, and nice location too, right in the midst of the action in the Sun Peaks village