Now this review is a special one. Clements Crepes is no restaurant, it’s a market vendor (and serves me breakfast on Saturday mornings!). You can meet Tim Clement at Dufferin Grove on Thursdays from 3-7 pm and Brickworks on saturdays from 8am -1pm. Tim’s crepes are exceptional! At Tim’s you can make your own combo, or use one of his suggestions. My personal favourite is cheese, mushrooms, spinach, onions, garlic, garlic sauce and hollandaise sauce. Each crepe is hand spun while you wait. Tim’s ingredients are all farm fresh. You have a choice of buckwheat or red fife flour crepes. He has two special types of crepes – the all day breakfast and the dessert. Although my cousin gets the dessert crepe and says it’s very good, I’ve never tried it. The line gets really long, so either be early or be prepared to wait. But it’s all worth it! If you go, tell him that Ryan Storm sent you, and ask for “Hangover Cheese” (trust me). Happy creping!!!!
Monthly Archives: October 2010
I’ve been to Mildred’s Temple Kitchen twice. Once for dinner, and once for brunch. I would strongly recommend brunch (but dinner wasn’t that impressive – no offense).
Mildred’s offers a patio so you can sit outside (when it’s warm of course) although their inside is quite nice. If you go, it might be pandemonium inside because it’s always busy.
When I was there for dinner, we sat in the one booth they have and it was cool. I wasn’t impressed by their menu selection and the food wasn’t great; the burger was very salty too. I wouldn’t rush back for dinner, but brunch was another story. Their service was great and they have an excellent selection on their menu. My favourite item off the brunch menu is the Veda’s choice (eggs,smoked salmon,and bernaise sauce all in one croissant!) Sooooooooooooo good!. My dad got the Huevous Monty. If you go when it’s nice out, try to get a table on the patio outside. Also, if you’re just looking for a small bite, try the scones (they were blueberry when we were there for the blueberry festival). If you’re a vegan/vegetarian, there isn’t much for you to eat. They are really good with allergies; they’ll tell you all the things that you can’t have and will make sure what they can make is safe.
Remember, if you’re looking around liberty village, try mildred’s temple kitchen for brunch!