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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
Food was excellent, lots of room between tables. Despite being fairly busy it was a quiet peaceful atmosphere. Service was really good, overall we were very happy.
Only negative I think liquor is a little expensive there, $12 for a glass of wine is a little rich.
This was my second time here and I took a friend for her birthday. The service was excellent and they went above and beyond to make the occasion special. The food was fantastic and everything tasted really great. We had the charcuterie board which was very generous portion wise with a lot of in house made items. The burger special and the tacos. All of these were excellent and the bread pudding birthday dessert was also amazing. Thanks!
Today was our second anniversary so I wanted something quiet and relaxing, I have never been to Bistro 67 and had no idea that it was the training restaurant for the culinary arts department of Durham college. The students went all out. The music was local, "the hip, blue rodeo" the food was local, even the wine.
This was a night to remember and when the server, Cole, asked us how everything was, all i could say was, Wow!
My wife ordered the pasta of the week, and it came as a linguine with a green sauce covered in shaved parmesan. I got the Cornish hen on a bed of barley. Again, Wow!
For dessert we both had Tiramisu, and it was the cherry on top.
Cole was the one who suggested both the wine and the dessert and I would say has a bright future. Cole was the best part of the night and made my wife and I feel special.
Great night all around.
I normally leave excellent reviews for this restaurant. It's a refreshing change to the endless restaurants that server same or similar food. We were disappointed with the cleanliness of our table this time. There were crumbs on the table, the wine and water glasses weren't cleaned properly, and there were no menus left on the table like there were on other tables. It looked like someone was there, browsed the menu, had some of their excellent bread and then left without ordering. Had this been our first time there, we wouldn't have returned.
Otherwise, service was good, the food was excellent as always, and very prompt.
We have lived in the area for many years but had not yet visited Bistro 67 and I am so glad we decided to go. I had heard about the restaurant - its fresh field to fork concept - and also that it's a 'teaching' restaurant for hospitality and culinary arts students at Durham College. It's a gem and a totally professionally-run operation. Service was prompt and friendly and the food was delicious and so creatively presented. Vegetables and fruits from the DC garden! Even the wine we had was lovely and from a Niagara area winery we hadn't heard of, so we definitely will check it out now. All in all, a great evening and a lovely view of the surrounding gardens and fields. Well worth a visit plus they are open for lunch too. Definitely recommend it as one of the region's top restaurants!
We received a gift card for here. We throughly enjoyed our late lunch. The food was tasty and plenty of it. Love the fact that it is locally grown plus the view from our table was of the gardens. One mistake was made on our order when I asked for the soup and got fries instead but she quickly corrected it with bringing the soup and leaving the fries for us to enjoy. Our server was very friendly!
The food is amazing that you will have a hard time trying to decide what you want to eat. However the wait staff are very helpful and patient with you. Cole was very knowledgeble and gave us great recommendations. The quality of the food is excellent. Its definitely a hidden gem of Whitby.
We were a group of 8 ladies celebrating the wind-up of our bridge season. We were seated in the perfect spot at the end of the restaurant and we could all see and talk with each other. Our server was Cole and she was excellent, well informed and responsive. The food was good and there were enough options. The starter of the lettuce wrap was especially delicious. The price was moderate and the experience was well worth the price. Everyone who was working there was friendly and welcoming. We enjoyed the whole evening there.
Great atmosphere , great service, I understand that they want to serve only Ontario everything. The selection of beer was not good there are lots of great beer in Ontario and the three they had I never even heard of. I also found their appetizer selection was lacking and had very small sizes. BUT the entire was out of this world ! my wife and I could not get over the freshness the taste and the portion (not to small but not to big). The desert was ok. Overall we will be back because we had a great time. It was a beautiful setting for us and we love the view of the well kept garden and it's nice seeing the college I graduate from every now and then. I look forward to seeing what new options they will bring the the menu in the fall season.
I don't want to over kill the Ontario thing but I'm pretty sure all the music they played were great artists and bands from Ontario ... lol : )
The main complaints were about service - salad missed being served on time, issue with the "special" entrée which resulted in substituted desert, then improper billing that needed sorting (billed for 3 entrées for the 2 of us). The food itself was absolutely delicious but the lack of professionalism about the service was a disappointment and was unexpected.
Overall we loved Bistro 67. Top notch service, great menu. Flat bread starter was a little bland, seemed to be missing something, and we felt the same about the pasta special. But we had another dish of wild rice, corn, beans, smoked chicken, etc. that was absolutely delicious. The dessert was also fantastic, a chocolate cream brulee. Despite the two dishes that we're a little underwhelming, we would still recommend and plan on going again as the menu changes depending on what's in season locally, and there are many other dishes we still want to try!
Our waitress was very attentive and did not miss a thing. The timing of the meal was perfect with each course coming out at just the right time. The dinner selection is small but the ingredients are locally sourced, and the presentation is excellent. Everyone was very friendly.
Food was delicious and the service excellent. Two suggestions - better signage on the main floor for directions to the restaurant. A maintenance man approached us and very politely gave us directions. While the wait for the food was worth it, there needs to be something on the table for guests to munch at - bread, whatever - while waiting.
I would certainly go to Bistro 67 again. The setting in marvellous, tables at the west end feel like being on the prow of a ship.
Food was delicious but my portion size on the artic char wouldn't have filled a 4 year old. I understand finer dining isn't like a buffet but it was barely an appitizer and I'm a 220lb guy. Plus my friends pork tenderloin was overlooked and dry. I hope my next experience is better or it will likely be my last.
Bistro 67 never fails to impress us. Their food is always top notch and creative, they incorporate as many fresh, Ontario ingredients as possible (including those grown on site!), and the service is always amazing. Our server Amanda was delightful and made suggestions that didn't feel like upselling, but instead enhanced our meal.
It's our go-to place for a special occasion meal and always will be as long as the college has the restaurant up and running.
I was a little disappointed at first as we arrived in time for our 7:15 pm reservation but we were asked to sit at the front and wait! Waited close to 15mins to be seated when there were vacant tables. The waiterss who served us was sxtremely professional and knew her stuff re food, wine etc. The cheese platter was delicious ... overall we were pleased
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