Having opened its doors in 1988, C'est What has consistently served as a proud Canadian cultural ambassador.This welcoming pub not only serves comforting and delectable fare but also boasts an impressive array of craft beers, a whisky bar, and an assortment of board games. The pub takes pride in showcasing a wide selection of Canadian craft brews on tap and an all-Ontario VQA wine list. As one of Toronto's top choices for craft beer and comfort food, C'est What delights patrons with 42 craft brews on tap, an impressive array of fine whiskies worldwide, and a carefully curated selection of all-Ontario VQA wines. Situated in the relaxed and charming cellar of a historic building in the St. Lawrence Market area, C'est What remains the go-to destination for craft beer enthusiasts seeking a comforting and delightful dining experience. C'est What takes pride in crafting everything from scratch, ensuring freshness in every dish. They don't serve frozen, pre-packaged meals. Group bookings are typically handled on a first-come, first-served basis. They are pleased to accommodate group reservations for gatherings ranging from 25 to 150 guests. For larger groups, they recommend exploring the option of pre-ordering from their platter menu. C’est What is located in the historic St. Lawrence Market area of Old Town Toronto. Free delivery on orders over $150. The regular delivery day is on Thursday.
MUST TRY DISHES: Lug Tread
Steam Whistle Pilsner
Nut Brown Ale
Forbidden Dry/Shiny Apple Cider
VQA Sparkling/Red Wine/White Wine
Jam Up The Mash
Classic Poutine & Dessert
We went there Friday night to watch a live music. It was amazing. I loved everything, the food, atmosphere and the band. The bar is so charming. The service doesn't came to table to pick the order, but it doesn't bother me. The bartender was very polite and everything went well. Highly recommend!
I lived in Toronto for 8 years and before emigrating from the UK, my friends took me here for my first night out (knowing my love of decent beer). I get together with these friends nearly every year in C'est What, and it's always a great experience. We were served by a wonderful person named Laura this past Saturday. Everything is great.
The food was incredible! We had the butter chicken poutine and the Jambalaya - both were outstanding. I am originally from Montreal and have had my fair share of poutines. This one hit the spot! The Jambalaya was also flavourful, looking forward to returning and trying out other things. 100% recommend!
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$ Price :
A Few Snacks Starts from $7
Crisp Salads Starts from $18
Delicious Poutine Starts from $17
Eclectic Dining Starts from $19
One Dessert Starts from $8
Cocktails Starts from $15
Cocktails - Softtails Starts from $13
Non-Alcoholic Beverages Starts from $7.5
Beer Starts from $3.40
Location / Contact:
Sun & Tue: 4pm - 12am
Wed: Open 24 Hours
Thu-Sat: 12am - 1am