With crepes originating from France the home to the renown capital Paris the city of love, what could be more romantic than sharing a crepe with your loved one.\nThe word crêpe is french for pancake and derived from the Latin crispus meaning “curled”. Although literally meaning pancake they are different from the thicker version more commonly known to America. The crepe is made with wheat flour or buckwheat flour and made both sweet or savory.\nThey originate from Brittany the northwest region of France but now have become a worldwide delight and greatly enjoyed by many. So the question is where can you take your date who loves crepes here in Montréal?\nPause & Vous\n143, Avenue du Mont-Royal Est\nUne photo publiée par Nicola Hill (@nickys.nutrition) le 21 Mai 2016 à 9h42 PDT\nEven though tucked away on the street of Mont-Royal, at Pause & Vous you will find a very cosy and french atmosphere, you might even say you feel like you are tucked into a little bit of France. The menu is prominently buck wheat crepes that can be enjoyed with a wide array of topping for all tastes and in both breakfast and lunch combo meals for added value.\nFacebook\nBreizh Café, crêperie bretonne\n3991 Boul St-Laurent\nUne photo publiée par meg ford (@megelizabethf) le 17 Juin 2015 à 16h08 PDT\nAs the name suggests they pride themselves in being the true specialists when it comes to making crepes. Situated in the Plateau you will thoroughly enjoy the warm and welcoming atmosphere and attention to detail to the authentic recipes of Brittany.\nFacebook\nLa Crêpe 2 Go\n2150 Rue de Bleury\nUne photo publiée par Dave Ward (@wardofthefries) le 22 Févr. 2016 à 19h44 PST\nSimple, great value and as the name suggests best to go. So perfect if you want a interment moment with your date why not grab one or two to go and enjoy in each others company in one of Montreal's many beautiful parks.\nFacebook\nJardin Nelson\n407, place Jacques-Cartier\nUne photo publiée par Maya Chehade (@mayachehade) le 22 Mai 2016 à 10h53 PDT\nIf you are looking for a sophisticated atmsophere and meal but yet still with the option of crepes on the menu look no further than the Jardin Nelson. With its beautiful, large terrace and food presentation you are sure to sweep your date off their feet.\nFacebook\nSpanel\n1960, rue Notre-Dame Ouest\nUne photo publiée par Chad (@chadiabn) le 22 Déc. 2015 à 12h12 PST\nThe Spanel doesn't just offer fantastic crepes but a cozy and private terrace space ideal for you and your date. A brunch, lunch or evening date can be greatly enjoyed in this cute modern restaurant. Your crepe loving date will be happy to know that the cook/owner is originally from Brittany and therefore offers a wide range of authentic crepe chooses on their menu.\nFacebook\nMuru Crêpe\n362 rue Notre-Dame Est\nUne photo publiée par Muru Crêpe (@murucrepe) le 15 Mai 2016 à 20h37 PDT\nPerfect place to talk and share a long brunch. The menu is diverse and of course offers both sweet and savory crepes for your crepe lovers delight.\nFacebook\nL'affaire est chocolat!\n2350 rue Beaubien est\nUne photo publiée par Studio|D&A (@studio.deta) le 26 Avril 2016 à 17h51 PDT\nThis cute but quaint little café specializing in everything chocolate serves crepes and ice creams to simply to die for. You can either enjoy them on their terrace or in the local park. What could be more romantic than enjoying a crepe under the fairy lights on the gazebo of Parc Molson.\nFacebook\nCrêperie du Marché\n7070 avenue Henri-JulienUne photo publiée par Bruna D. Kalinoski (@bruna_d_kalinoski) le 1 Oct. 2015 à 12h52 PDTCutely perched between the food stands of the market place of Jean-Talon, it is a great alternative to a regular date. If you and your date fancy a leisurely stroll through fresh and local produce followed by a crepe among the flowers of the market in a relaxed informal atmosphere this is the place for you.\nFacebook\nCacao 70\n2087 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest // 1310 rue Ste-Catherine Est // 3485 Avenue du Parc // 929 Avenue du Mont-Royal Est\nUne photo publiée par ANA アナ (@ana_milojevic) le 17 Mars 2015 à 15h50 PDT\nThese mouth watering crepes are not just available at one location but 4 throughout Montreal. They are mostly renown for their sugary delights that your date will not be able to resist. And you know what they say; "A way to someone's heart is through their stomach!"\nFacebook\nJuliette & Chocolat\n377 Avenue Laurier\nUne photo publiée par Nicola Hill (@nickys.nutrition) le 15 Mai 2016 à 11h34 PDT\nEven though as indicated by the name, this place is more renown for their chocolate, with their French influence they make simple but extremely satisfying crepes. I highly recommend the buckwheat crepe with asparagus, mint and goats cheese as is just to die for! And whats great about this place is you can start with a savory crepe for the main and finish with a sweet for dessert.\nFacebook\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.