About Bistro 67
Bistro '67, located in the green certified Centre for Food at Durham College's Whitby campus, offers guests a unique dining experience.
Our menu revolves around the 'field to fork' concept, features the produce and delicious flavours from across the Durham Region, creating fresh and inspiring dishes
Visit Bistro '67 for a dining experience that will delight your taste buds.
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: 9057212000x4255
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Takeout, 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
We were a group of 5. 3 had the weekly ...
We were a group of 5. 3 had the weekly special of salad, trout and apple dessert for 25. By all accounts it was delicious and a good value. I had the beef tenderloin medalions which was also very tasty at 31 dollars. The birthday girl took the burger and fries which was a disappointment. The fries were so salty, none of us could eat them. The beef patty was under seasoned and was bland although good quality. She didn't eat the bun or the the peameal bacon. We all shared an onion ring starter with yogurt dip - delicious. We were a bit surprised that the waitress did not discount the bill for the inedible fries since they were hardly touched. That would have made the evening perfect. Just 5.00 off would have made such a difference.
We enjoyed the mussels dish, the turkey ...
We enjoyed the mussels dish, the turkey panini with soup special ( pork and chicken broth with vegies) and the duck egg quiche with kale, and tomatoes. The room is bright and modern in design. Our table overlooked the large vegie garden. My only suggestion would be to have the server come around a little more often, to fill water glasses and to check if we wanted anything else. All of us look forward to returning for their cooking classes.
First visit and it's a ten in all areas, ...
First visit and it's a ten in all areas, food, ambiance, service! Will definitely come back. The only thing that was not 100% was the a/c being cranked a little too high. I wore short sleeves and my arms were freezing at the end of our visit.
We both had the daily special. It was ve ...
We both had the daily special. It was very obvious by the dried and wilted look of the meat and vegetables that our meal had been cooked several hours ahead and had been held "warm". The dishes were uninspired and the presentation was lackluster at best. I use the term "warm" loosely because neither the plate nor the food was even close to being served hot. As a mother who's son graduated from a renowned 3 year Culinary Arts program and is now a successful Red Seal Chef in the recipe development industry I am well acquainted with teaching restaurants and the goals associated with them. In this case, the staff is not from the school, rather they are employed from the public sector and therefore the concept of this establishment is misleading.
Very disappointed and I feel I was deliberately mislead and misinformed. I will not return.
I really liked the atmosphere. In the re ...
I really liked the atmosphere. In the restaurant. It was very interesting learning about all the crops that you grow. The food was delicious and everything was tasty and hot.The waitress was very friendly and answered all our questions. We will certainly come back again.
Great food but limited menu selection, e ...
Great food but limited menu selection, especially for children and teens. Nicely decorated, too noisy for an intimate meal but good for small gatherings or business meals. Our waitress never asked for drinks so we all drank water until it was time for dessert. Best part is the field to fork theme and the effort taken to source locally. Lunch for 5 cost $150 with tip, one shared appetizer, no drinks except coffee and only one dessert.
Great place. I've been 3x for business ...
Great place. I've been 3x for business meetings. The only issue i seem to find every time I visit is that the food does come out quite slow. Not sure if it's to protect the quality of the food or not.
Other than that, fantastic place.
Associated with college culinary program ...
Associated with college culinary program. All local products, produce grown on site. Limited but creative menu selections. Students work both front and back of house as part of their training. You should definitely go and try it, but know that it is open and noisy, so not the place for a romantic or quiet date. It's for foodies looking for a unique experience.
Bistro 67 was our destination for a girl ...
Bistro 67 was our destination for a girls night out. The food was amazing and well presented. The service and friendliness of the staff was exemplary. I would say that the overall value for the quality of food was excellent! I had no idea that we could have find fine dining on a reasonable budget so close to home!
I would definitely recommend bistro 67 to any of my friends.
I have been to Bistro 67 twice, once for ...
I have been to Bistro 67 twice, once for lunch and recently for dinner. I went having heard very good reviews. I really want to like this restaurant because I know the staff/students try hard but both times, my meals have been misses - odd flavor combinations and not particularly well presented.
They offered a 3 course meal for $25.00 ...
They offered a 3 course meal for $25.00 each on Wednesdays which is a good option. We enjoyed every course. We had a red and yellow beet sorbet for dessert which was very good. I loved it but my husband would have liked a sweeter dessert. The only suggestion that I would have is to offer half litres of wine.
Food was excellent, as always. One perso ...
Food was excellent, as always. One person at our table found the description of the food a bit too flowery for his tastes. He would have appreciated a more "down to earth" description.
The wine by the glass was quite pricey.
We went for SummerFresh wednesdays. Grea ...
We went for SummerFresh wednesdays. Great value for 3 courses. Loved the entrée. The steak rivalled any steakhouse I've ever been to. The Beet and mint icecream was unusual but incorporated fresh items from the DC garden. Service was stellar!
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