European, charming and friendly, Crêpe Montagne is most popular for breakfast...but Cheese Fondues, Swiss Raclettes and Meat Fondue are their house specialities along with Crepes & Chocolate Fondue. Licensed.
We used to be a huge fan of this place...what happenend? Not only have the prices gone up bigtime, but the CREPES are tough and more like wraps. VERY disappointing the last 2 times within a couple of years that we have been here. Most crepes are in the $20+ range with a small salad. Service is adequate in simple surroundings but the issue is with the crepes!! fillings ar egood but the crepe is BAD...Will not return unless I hear some good reports. So many better places to eat in Whistler.
We came across Crepe Montagne as we were walking through the village looking for a quick breakfast on Sunday, Feb 8th. We were very pleasantly surprised. The atmosphere is really cute and the service was super quick (and the place was very busy). The food was delicious (I had the Freestyle Crepe)! I would highly recommend this restaurant (the lunch options looked really good as well).
i found this place upon a lovely winters stroll aound whistler. it lokked amazing and i longed for fondue, i then read these reviews which further inspired me through its doors.
however, the food size was laughable and the quality was poor beyond reason. i was very dissapionted. sadly. the potatoes were raw
Unfortunately I can't say much good about Crepe Montagne.
I don't mind paying good money for good food. However, I spent $66 bucks here and felt completely ripped off. When I saw the menu I thought to myself: "Damn, this is pricey; I bet it's really good with fresh high quality ingredients". Nope, I was wrong.
Dishes rated out of ten:
Chicken Cordon Bleu Crepe - 4
French Toast - 5
Berry Crepe - 6
On a drink note: $7 bucks for a single glass of fresh squeezed orange juice; this was the best item I had but still way to expensive.
Service was OK. The server was friendly and helpful but she missed a number of obvious things like clearing the table of dirty dishes (which by the way we stacked for her).
I will never be back. If you’re looking for good food in the same area go to Elements across the street (click on my username above if you want to read my review on that place).
Everytime I go to Whistler, I eat at the crepe house. It's a tradition to eat there before we leave. It's the best part of the trip. You can get savory or sweet crepes. If you aren't feeling up to eating crepes, you can get the regular breakfast foods like pancakes and waffles. It's a little small and sometimes you have to wait, especially if you are trying to seat a large group. But it's definitely worth the wait!!
What a fabulously unique little gem! Very tiny & very quaint, the quality of food & service far exceed its square footage. We had the Sangria & mulled wine - FABULOUS after a fridgid stroll around the village. The French Onion Soup was devine & generously portioned, followed by a VERY generously portioned Raclette for 2. Word to the wise: think twice about an appetizer because the main course was massive. The canadian maple syrup icecream sundae was absolutely SINFUL - I'm still doing pennance for it! Marvelous little spot, prices are typical for this type of restaurant. I can't wait to go again! Exept this time I'll wear elastic waistband pants!
Walking around, we saw this little creperie and wanted to try it. So we ordered crepes (normal for a creperie lol). We tasted the chicken / goat cheese and the sea food. Both of them were excellent and of a good size. For desert, even if we were already full, we tried the berries crepe... mmm nice sweet touch to finish this lunch. So good food, friendly waitress but a bit expensive for crepes (I have to admit).