Ciboulette et Cie

290 King St, Midland
44.749218,44.749218
About Ciboulette et Cie:

A full-service restaurant, a takeaway food shop, café, and a bakery all rolled into one, the Ciboulette et Cie serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, house-made baked foods, craft beers, wine, and cocktails. And it can be found on 290 King Street in Midland, Ontario.

There is parking nearby for both bikes and cars, and the place has a nice outdoor seating area when the weather permits it. There is free Wi-Fi in the restaurant. It is very kids friendly and is accepting of larger crowds. This place does not take reservations, but it has a first come – first served policy. They do catering for various events, and pack takeaway meals.

The menu is very varied, with separate lunch and dinner menus, kids menu, craft beer menu and wines and spirits menu. The meals are made from fresh local ingredients. This place opens at 8 AM from Monday to Saturday, with closing time at 6 PM on Monday, and at 9 PM from Tuesday through Saturday. On Sunday it is opened from 9 AM to 5 PM.

It has been reviewed online on Yelp, Trip Advisor, Google Reviews, and Facebook. From these, I bring you a list of pros and cons about the Ciboulette et Cie.

Pros:

  • Café, restaurant, and bar rolled into one
  • Fresh, local ingredients
  • Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options
  • Craft beers, wine, and cocktails
  • Rustic décor

Cons:

  • Notes about slow service
  • Complaints about prices

Ciboulette et Cie is a simply decorated place, with a rustic interior and a lot of barn-style wooden decorations. The walls are stark white, with burned wood décor and painted wooden boards on the walls. The ceilings have gleaming chrome ventilation ducts with overhanging light fixtures with almost no embellishments. The tables and chairs are simple and made of wood. The serving bar is made of whitewashed wooden boards, with natural wood on top, and open metal shelves behind the bar.

The menu is extensive and interesting, with separate breakfast offer, lunch offer served from 11 AM, and dinner offer served from Tuesday to Saturday from 5 PM to 9 PM. People can have a salad, a Panini sandwich, a burger or classic street food like tacos, sausage on a bun, or a wrap. For dinner, people can order soup, salad, entrées like steak frites, Paleo fried chicken, Mac & cheese, or a burger or a street taco. The kids can have some of the kid’s menu items.

Many of the food orders come plated on nice wooden serving boards that are in style with the rustic charm of the restaurant. The

The adults can enjoy a selection of twelve (at the moment) different Ontario craft beers on tap, or get a sampler of four glasses on a wooden serving tray. There is a selection of white and red wines. Anyone that likes their food can buy some to take home from their Larder & Pantry marketplace.

HOURS:

COFFEE BAR:
Monday – Saturday: 8 am – 11 am
Sunday: 9 am – 11 am

*KITCHEN HOURS:
Monday: 11am – 4pm
Tuesday – Saturday: 11 am – 9 pm
Sunday: 11am – 4pm

*NOTE:  4pm-5pm daily is “MUNCHIES HOUR” menu (full kitchen service closed)

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