For the best crepes in Whistler head to Crepe Montagne, a French place located in Whistler Village. Besides serving wonderful savory buckwheat crepes and simply mouthwatering sweet crepes, they also have salads, French onion soup, escargots, and fondue. The fondue would be perfect for wintertime for après ski. Since we visited in the summer and the weather was in the high eighties, a goat cheese and tomato crepe served with a salad did the job for a nice seasonal lunch. Every bite was filled with creamy goat cheese and fresh tomatoes, a really nice combination. My husband had the same idea and went with a chicken and goat cheese crepe. His cocktail of choice was a Bloody Mary while I had a Punch St. Germaine. My drink had pineapple juice and rum and had a sugared rim. My cocktail went down smoothly and tasted like a Mai Tai. So good. The boys shared the French toast from the kids' menu and then for dessert the four of us shared the lemon curd crepe. For only four bucks, since we ate the one from the kids' menu, it was a real treat and so, so delicious. The lemon curd was perfectly tart and sweet and each bite tasted like summertime in Whistler.