This vegetarian restaurant used to be a dingy spot at 668 Dundas St. W., but it has been reinvented as a sleek cafe/bistro offering the same Asian-fusion fare it won acclaim for, but in a much prettier room. Soups are a standout, as are the wide selection of noodles. Mock meats are, well, a poor stand-in. Salad rolls are fresh and worth a try. Overall, spicing can be through the roof, so take... more
Dining out with vegetarian friends is always a challenge. You wouldn't think so, but the number of times we have to send something back that has meat/fish sauce, crab or shrimp is unreal. "Hi, sorry, can we get this changed? We don't eat meat." "Oh, this is vegetarian. There's no meat in this dish." "Um, there's quite a few chunks of crab..." "Yes, no meat." "Right, we don't eat meat OR... more
Minimalist white, chocolate and silver decor doesn't really fit in with other neighbourhood restaurants. However, affordable vegetarian dishes with an asian twist works for ‘hood locals who want a fancier place for date night. Veggies and non-veggies alike can delight in heaping servings of sweet and sour soup, noodle and rice dishes. Couples can get lucky in cozy, white sectional with gawdy... more
i've been going for years.My favourites are the Cafe 668 salad and the two cold rolls...really great!
Quaint patio, tried the Singapore noodles which for me were over sized and had far too much sauce in them. Don't think I'll be ordering them again
We have been going to Cafe 668 for the last 14 year!! The food is amazing and the owners are great people!! Their curry eggplant, spicy pad Thai and black bean tofu dishes are the best!!!
A popular spot among vegans and vegetarians, the Dundas Street West denizen — which recently moved further west — provides a healthy array of dishes to choose from. Run by Ngoc Lam, a self-educated chef, the restaurant combines the flavours of Thailand, Vietnam and China together to create the vegetarian menu. The menu is still the same, with items ranging from congees and soups to fried... more