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About Bistro 67
Bistro '67 offers guests a memorable field-to-fork dining experience within Durham College's award-winning Centre for Food (CFF), where community, local agriculture and learning come together. A Three Star Certified Green Restaurant, Bistro '67 is also a recipient of the Feast On designation in recognition of our support for local food and beverage.
Whitby, ON L1N 6A7
Canadian, Tapas / Small Plates, Continental
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tues - Fri: 11:30am - 5:30pm; Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 8:00pm Dinner:Friday-Saturday 5:00pm-9:00pm
Thickson Road, Consumers Drive,Champlain Avenue
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
The driveway leading to the CFF and Bistro ’67 parking lot will be closed as of Friday, April 22. All those requiring access to the parking lot will be rerouted to the main Whitby campus entrance, located off of Champlain Avenue. Signage will be posted at the current entrance to indicate the detour.
The CFF validates parking tickets for all guests.
Thank you for your patience and co-operation during this time. Further updates will be posted as they become available.
Close to the Whitby and Oshawa GO station.
Private Party Facilities:
We have a private Chefs room looking into the kitchen which holds 8-10 guests suitable for Chefs Table, Boardroom, Party Room. Other areas within the Centre for Food for reception/cocktail hour and events 20-150
Private Party Contact:
Kelly O'Brien: (905) 721-2000 ext. 4255
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Check in on our facebook and twitter accounts for the latest events here at the Bistro. Ontario farmers, local craft brewers and some of Ontario's finest wineries will be hosting very special evenings that you won't want to miss.
"field to fork happens" at Bistro 67
Bistro 67 Ratings and Reviews
Bistro 67 lunches are great. Four of us got together and had a very enjoyable time. Two of us got the spinach salads, one with grilled fish and one with chicken. We were both happy! The fish and chips and also the grilled cheese were also hits and very nicely presented. And then, we don't usually order desserts but splurged and were very pleased. The pear flan was perfect, with a hollandaise that went very well with the pastry and pear. The sour cherry cake was a bit sweet but yummy and moist.
Our server was most helpful and knowledgeable.
The coffee was excellent so we got a bag to bring home.
On the main floor, is the Pantry which sells some of the Bistro's products - focaccia, salsa, muffins, etc. We had to bring home some of them too.
Definitely a hidden gem in Whitby!
The Sea Bream was cooked perfectly. Charcuterie platter was well executed with the octopus and the pickled veg standing out. The mushroom tart was delicious and earthy. Overall the meal was close to perfect. One of the top restaurants in Durham. $$ was very reasonable.
Great place this was my third time there. Was hoping for a back room so we wouldn't disturb others, but there was too many of us.
What I like the best is the cleaninest. Our server Nicole was very friendly and accommodating.
Somehow we end up without getting tea or coffees but we had established task of suprizing our coworker!
Hoping to come back in March for baby shower.
Our group had the fried fish and the hamburger. The fish was beautifully presented but perhaps too many fries for the amount of fish. The hamburger patty was definitely dry but nevertheless tasty and we liked the idea of the personal condiments. Our wine was delicious but the wine glasses were warm when they came to the table - not great when it's white wine. The coffee (cappucino and latte) were excellent. Would have to say that we were disappointed in the prices. We all commented that they were on the high side.
Altogether the restaurant is bright and welcoming and we enjoyed our lunch experience.
One of my favourite restaurants in Durham for sure! I keep bringing people back here. The food never disappointments and the service is always wonderful. The chef even came out to ask us how the food was. I had the chicken and my friend had a burger (both delicious!) but we had to bring some of it home because we shared a beautiful charcuterie board. Will definitely be back!
The service was friendly, efficient and very accommodating. We enjoyed the sharables - the charcuterie and the flatbread. Both were delicious and very generous. The sweet potato soup was also very good. I love coming here as the menu changes and I know the food is local and well prepared.
Food was good quality, fresh and well-prepared. the spinach salad with berries was particularly good and the duck breast was perfectly cooked to suit medium rare tastes. We would have preferred bolder use of spices on the mains, but perhaps our tastes are outside of the normal range. The only negative was that the cappuccino tasted more like a latte with too much milk and lack of a strong espresso presence, but finding really good coffee in Whitby is a problem that is general to the area.
As a teaching institute, Durham College has to be commended for having an excellent group of students and supervisors who offered friendly but not overly intrusive service and who were very upbeat and enthused about the food and beverages they were offering. It was a pleasure to be there. We've made reservations to return next month.
Good dining option in whitby for all occasions. Restaurant is attached to the culinary school at Durham college and offers many special events with celebrity chefs. Food is fresh and all ingredients are locally sourced. Ordered the lamb chop and chicken alfredo pasta and it was good, not great. The food wasnt overly heavy which was nice but the pasta was a little bland. Would come back again if the menu changes or for a celebrity event.
As usual we we not disappointed with our New Year's Eve dinner at Bisro 67.
We've had the pleasure of dining here 3 or 4 times already and each time we are treated with a very friendly and enthusiastic staff and the most amazing menu selections. This meal was a set course and all 5 courses were beautifully presented and delicious. Especially loved the beet soup....this from a person who does not like beets!
Very proud of what Durham College is doing with this restaurant and it's students. Keep up the great work.
I loved the ambiance of this restaurant - initially it feels like you're walking through a college building to get there (because you are) but then it's this cute little spot tucked in the corner. The value for what we got was excellent. I especially love that it's local ingredients and was impressed with the creativity of the dishes. We had the soup, Charcuterie to start and then Vegan stirfry for dinner. The stir fry was just okay but that wouldn't stop me from going back!
I love this place but was a bit disappointed with my last meal. The charcuterie platter for two was very good but my main meal was so-so. Not up to the usual standard for Bistro '67. Odd choice of (nearly) raw, unadorned, unsweetened rhubarb as an accompaniment to the fish. Might have been an off day.
The service at this restaurant was outstanding--very friendly; attentive but not intrusive; respectful and intuitive. The food, however, could use a lot of work. My stir fry was cooked properly (crunchy and fresh) but had almost no flavour. My friend's duck was tasty enough, but the skin was soggy. We ordered a cheese board to share for starters, and the cheese was cold. The wine selection is mostly Canadian, which is usually a poor choice, no matter how pricey the bottle, and the cocktails were inventive on paper, but a little too sweet in flavour. A good part of dining out for me is the service, so the night was still fun and a good experience, but I would never recommend this place based on the food. Also, for a teaching-restaurant, the prices were a little heavy.
Soup of the day was good (squash) but needed more flavour. Pike-Perch fish of the day was very good, but again, could have used more flavour. Vegetables were tender-cooked - my favourite. Good Ontario wine list. Turkey burger was overdone and my companion only ate a small portion. Fries with her meal were basic. Service was friendly and not intrusive. Price was on the high-end - a bit out of sync with the meal.
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