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Apple Pie a la Mode ($7.25), and a whip-cream-drowned Hazelnut Brownie Sundae ($6.95) are both are delicious and sized generously. Ask for extra spoons... even if you're alone. You'll make lots of new friends." National Post, May 2007

"Is a lot like your best friends bitchin' basement den, lovingly supplied with all the trimmings by his dad." - Eye Bar & Patio Guide 2006

"When it comes to mains, Le Grand Shepherd - a hefty serving of shepherd's pie topped with molten marble cheddar - is hibernation food at its finest." - 2005 Restaurant Guide, Toronto Life

"... the Porter Beef Ribs are straight out of Bedrock - generous and tender. A long time favourite is the hefty spiced minced lamb burger topped with Swiss." - 2004 Restaurant Guide, Toronto Life

"C'est What has stood the test of time by providing a unique experience that marries food, drink, and music... The verdict: C'est What? Tres Bien!" - Brian Coughlin, Urban Pleasures, St. Lawrence Community Bulletin

"The Lamburger is perfect carnivore chow, their Antojitos are my pick for the best finger food in town." - Bert Archer, Eye Bar And Patio Guide, May 2002.

FalafelSome Words From Our Founding Father

Part of Toronto's history and heritage since 1988, C'est What is the city's public house. We embrace our multiculturalism creating a diverse menu of fresh, made from scratch, comfort food with real honest ingredients. Original favourites include; the Lamburger, Falafel, Roti, Moroccan Stew, and Bronto Ribs. Our daily specials include home cooked soups, sandwiches, noodles, and curries.

C'est What also boasts a selection of local craft beer, wine, and original music that is unsurpassed in Toronto. We believe that if it's worth doing, it's worth doing well.

Please join us for an interesting and, we hope, satisfying experience.

Cheers,

George Milbrandt

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