Restaurant Reviews/ Toronto and GTA

[Review] Via Cibo, Italian Streetfood in North York

Website: http://www.viacibo.com/
Address: 808 York Mills Road Unit# 14, Toronto, ON
Date visited: October 2016, dinner, 4 people
Rating: 5

I am a huge fan! How have I not known about Via Cibo before; a restaurant that is part of the CraveItRestaurant Group that also owns Stoney’s Bread Company (review) and The Burger’s Priest? The franchise has restaurants in Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa, with the York Mills Rd. location as the sole Toronto location.

It has met all the criterias of being a fantastic restaurant for me.

Food: I tried to get as many different dishes and I loved every dish. On average, most dishes ranged from $10 to $16 which was reasonable for the portions and quality. Many items including their pizza dough and the sauces were made from scratch. The restaurant also offers wine, weekend brunch and a wicked dessert menu.

Atmosphere: Inviting with high ceilings, bright lights and an open kitchen. The restaurant operates as a casual eatery where customers order and pay at the cash. Bonus for having high chairs and change tables in the bathrooms.

Here’s a short video (about 20 seconds) of Via Cibo Toronto’s interior:

 

Service: Fabulous! After ordering, our food came out quickly. Our servers came around often to ensure we were taken care of.

What we ordered:

Passion Fruit and Blackberry Italian Sodas ($3 each). Via Cibo also serves wine and beer.

Italian Sodas at Via Cibo

Italian Sodas at Via Cibo

Caprese Salad-Tomato, Fior Di Latte Mozzarella, Fresh Basil, Aged Balsamic ($12)

Via Cibo

Via Cibo

Prosciutto Piadina (Italian flat bread)-Prosciutto, Arugula, Fior Di Latte Mozzarella, Roasted Garlic Aioli, Balsamic Reduction ($12)

Via Cibo

Via Cibo

Steak Italiana Panino (Artisanal sandwiches)-Grilled Steak, Caramelized Onions, Slow Roasted Tomato, Grana Padano Cheese, Arugula, Pesto Aioli ($14)

Via Cibo

Via Cibo

Gnocchi-Gorgonzola Cream Sauce, Slow-Roasted Tomato, Pancetta, Green Onion, Grana Padano Cheese ($14)

ViaCibo Gnochhi

ViaCibo Gnocchi

Via Casalinga Pizza-Crushed Tomato Sauce, Casalinga Salami, Handmade Italian Sausage, Fior Di Latte, Ricotta Cheese ($15)

Via Cibo Pizza

Via Cibo Pizza

Via Poutine with osso buco and cheese ($9)

Via Cibo Poutine

Via Cibo Poutine

Kids combo- Linguini with meatballs. It came with a juice and a gelato ($12)

Via Cibo

Via Cibo

Stella Di Nutella ($9) with 2 choices of gelato flavours. I chose salted chocolate and passion fruit.

Via Cibo

Via Cibo

Bombolini/Italian Donuts ($2 for half, or $4 for a full plate)

Bombolinis at Via Cibo

Bombolinis at Via Cibo

Overall:

A casual eatery that serves quality Italian eats with generous portions. A great place for families who want to be in and out of the restaurant in an hour.

*Disclosure: The meal was complimentary but the opinions in the post are my own.

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