Bay and Elm
Just North of Bay and Dundas
Take out & Eat-in
Dundas subway station
Mon. to Sat.11:30 am - 11:30 pm
Sun.11 am - 10 pm
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Commensal is an all-vegetarian restaurant with
three large buffets: one for cold dishes
(mostly salads), one for hot dishes, and
one for desserts. At Le
Commensal, you pick your own food and
pay by weight; no waste and no over-
eating! The hot buffet has an assortment of mostly Western and Asian dishes.
The dessert buffet offers 20+ items; $5 will
get you 2-3 small
portions, which is quite reasonable. Most
good, with the chocolate coffee mousse
cake, the key lime pie and the yule log (in
season only, unfortunately) leading the
pack. Many deserts contain organic
ingredients and are sweetened with natural
sweeteners, like cane juice or maple syrup.
10% discount for students.
LATEST USER REVIEWS
Mmmmmmm... is all I have to say. Fantastic place. Very quiet, nice atmosphere, very casual. Very clean and the food was absolutely delish. Everything is marked clearly and they had an amazing selection. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone, not just vegetarians.
One of the most underrated dessert spots in town. I can only think that some people assume: veggie buffet restaurant="granola" desserts. Nothing could be further from the truth. Extremely rich and tasty stuff, particularly the trifle, the maple puff things, chocolate cakes and tofu cheesecake. Buying by weight means you can sample quite a bit, and for less than in some poncy cafe/restaurant. So you don't get the cake with an artistic syrup drizzle and an a sprinkling of icing sugar...big deal!
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