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
Thank you for choosing Bistro 67! Please note, as of Nov. 27th our entrance will be closed due to construction. Please enter the main Durham College gates, and follow the signs towards the Centre for Food. We always validate guest parking.
Looking forward to seeing you soon!
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
It was our first time going here and it was a very lovely experience. Our experience overall was very nice the only downside I would say was my fish was very over cooked. Other than that my dates braised beef and my dessert were both phenomenal. Highly recommend!
The food was great, especially the tandoori cauliflower with naan and beef short rib. We also ordered halibut and it was WAAAAY overdone. We told our server this and it was taken off of the bill.
We told the restaurant upon reservation that we were celebrating a birthday, but no mention was made of this.
Also it was quite cold and crafty by the window. But otherwise the ambience was quiet but nice.
We heard about bistro 67 through social media and decided it would be a special place to celebrate our anniversary.
We were so impressed with our experience! The service was wonderful! The hostess was very attentive and never made us feel rushed or ignored. And to top it all off the food was divine!
It was so cold it was difficult to enjoy the evening. We mentioned it to the server and she said it was warm in the kitchen. I had the halibut grossly over cooked. Two in our party had the fixed price special, they enjoyed their meal. One had the pasta special, which was enjoyed. I don't think I would rush back, I had a real problem picking something from the menu. Finding the place was difficult, no lighting, and having to get a ticket, is in convenient.
The food was really excellent. Our two appetizers and our two entrees were excellent: original, tasty, well-done. I must say however that the service was really not up to the standard one should expect from such a restaurant. My wife's entree came with beet arancini's, but they were forgotten and she had to request them. The cuisine had realized its mistake, but nothing was done before she mentioned it. The service was not attentive and our waitress often had to be signalled by a colleague that we were waiting for her. It was still a good evening, but we believe the service is an integral part of a restaurant experience.
The food was really good and the presentation was done well. Our server was knowledgeable of our drink and food questions. It was date night for us so we dressed up but I saw people that were in T's and jeans. They should stat that they offer beer on the menu. We sat close to the entrance and I could see the bar that had beer taps. i would like to see a little more spice sine I l like spicy food. My girlfriend is the opposite and would like to see more comfort food.
The Roasted apple and pumpkin crostini was amazing and it paired with our wine well. Overall a great experience.
I've eaten here several times and have always thoroughly enjoyed it. The food is unique, the staff are super friendly and proud of what they do. Good place to get together as a couple or as a group of friends. This occasion was my cousin's first time there and she loved it. We had a really nice evening. We will go back.
Excellent as always. Well presented and cooked to perfection.
I would like to see them change the music to be something a little more relaxing though (easy listening/jazz/lounge/etc) and also a small candle light /lamp on the table is missing. Some of the tables are positioned in low light and a table light/candle will add a more cozy charm to the table setting.
Wonderful atmosphere and very welcoming. Service was excellent. Serving sizes were excellent. My only comment was the lemon desert was not very lemony and was a bit expensive. Our server was most pleasant, courteous and prompt. A very enjoyable lunch. Love the fact that you grow your own vegetables. Would definitely return with more friends.
Our dinner was delicious. We went specifically for the special Indian meal that was being served that weekend and it surpassed our expectations. It was great to learn about the cooking of another culture as we spoke to one of the chefs who planned the meal.
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