Cibo Centre St
Our menu is made to share because that’s how we feel food is served best. Out chef combines traditional Italian methods with his own innovation to creative simple, delicious dishes created from the best local ingredients possible.
So come join us! Eat a little, eat a lot, but above all enjoy!
Good spot. Food is good. Service is good
The food was meh at best and the service was rather poor. It was my birthday and there was zero attempt to make it special. I don’t appreciate being shamed for bringing small children in public or having staff being snarky about children who want to move around. No one was bothered and nothing was broken, but apparently touching blinds is a huge no no.
I thought this place would have been the same as scopa was, but it’s definitely changed and i will not be back.
We had a lovely evening at Cibo j. It is a good place to meet friends and have dinner. Great specials.
Fun family orientated place on a Saturday night so Jiffy arranged for the two of us to sit next to the fire place to reduce the noise level. Smart room planning. Food was excellent and portion sizes generous!!
Always enjoy CIBO's ... this time I was a bit disappointed by managements response to an incident where I was seated on a chair which had a sticky substance spilled on it ... it stuck to my pants and was a mess. I was offered a damp cloth and my family replaced the chair. Staff felt it was a spilled pop but no offer to clean my pants (work clothes) or offer an apology ... disappointing.
Food and service were excellent! Would have given 5 starts except for the fact that the hostess reported to OpenTable that our reservation had been cancelled rather than confirmed. I emailed Cibo to get the error corrected and within a couple of days I received notification from Open Table of Cibo’s confirmation so all’s well. I will definitely go back for the food and service but will confirm with the hostess for proper reporting back to OpenTable.
Venue was loud, service middle of the road and the chairs uncomfortable. Sorry, not in a rush to return.
The Wednesday night lasagna special was very good. Great value and quality Italian food. Decent wine list and great house cocktails. The patio is a good size and we'll separated from any traffic.
The best happy hour. 7 days a week 2-5 $5 pizzas. Went on a Sunday with two friends. Had three drinks each and 3 pizza for $50, what a steel! The pizzas are delish to boot! I recommend the pepperoni and margarita.
We ordered the arincini which were luke warm and not super tasty or crispy. The calamari was limp but tasted nice, and accoutrements on the plate were very good.
We shared a main, the tagliatelle noodles which were under cooked and not fresh in my mind. I expect fresh homemade noodles from an Italian restaurant and especially when I spend $18 on a dish. The meatballs were just ok but the sauce was tasty.
Overall, it was disappointing and not on par with the 17th Ave location, which is fantastic.
Great pasta night deals on Tuesdays. Gnocchi was delicious!
Service was good, food was bland and uninspiring, expected better from past experiences
I ordered the "slow roasted pork belly with shrimp" and got a lump of cold pork fat and TWO single pieces of shrimp on top of some slimy cold tasteless veggies. It was almost $30. My boyfriend ordered a $20 meatball pizza, expecting authentic Italian wood fired pizza with house made dough and a decent dinner size and was served something that looked like a 6" factory made frozen pizza you might find on a kids menu at Denny's, definitely no meatballs on it. It was shockingly bad. We also ordered "truffle fries" that were overcooked to the point of being grey, then served stone cold, and were charged $15 for those. We ended up paying almost $100 for the worst food we had ever had. Honestly we could have gone over to A&W or Peters and had better food, and I don't even like fast food. The menu, website and atmosphere make it all seem like an upper scale restaurant with real chefs and real Italian food, and it was nothing like that at all.
Amy G was our server. She was very attentive and came by from time to time to make sure that we didn't need anything. Always had a smile on her face.
Great happy hour, great food, great service
This was our first experience dining at this restaurant since it became Cibo. It doesn't even come close to the wonderful food that the former restaurant, Scopa, served. We have no plans for any future visits.
Family dinner prior to going to a Friday night concert. I had the beef shank, the kids had spaghetti with tomato sauce. The beef was a little bit on the tough side but overall quite nice (especially the accompaniments). The kid’s spaghetti and sauce was quite good (the little bit I tried). Dessert was excellent. The bill was a bit on the pricy side but not alarmingly high. Overall we were pleased with the meal. It is a big open room so be prepared for a bit of noise but it wasn’t annoyingly loud. Lots of families in the room, as well as couples and small groups. A nice neighborhood mix.
We came in just before 7pm for our dinner reservation. Host didn't have a table ready and had to clean one out to sit us. Our server had great personality and charm, but not great service. He took our orders then took another table's order. Then had to come back to our table to confirm our orders because apparently he couldn't read his writing. Only then was our food (and the other table's) was rung in. Appies didn't get to us til 7:45. My prosecco didn't arrive until my husband finished his beer. Main course arrived closer to 8:30. Underwhelmed by the food except for the Maiale (pork belly). Nothing else was worth noting. Just wanted to try this place as I see it all the time. There are other Italian restaurants with waaaay better food, service and ambience.
We chose Cibo for a Birthday celebration with friends and were not disappointed. The appetizers we had were delicious and our main course pasta meals were all wonderful.
The service was top notch as well.
Shhhh don’t tell anyone CIBO Centre Street is open for brunch on the weekends, it’s our little secret, it’s not too busy, good food wonderful staff in a place you’d be proud to take out of town company.
Food is amazing (especially the spaghetti), drinks were delish, service was great but those chairs........are mega uncomfortable!!!
Lasagna wasn’t as good as my visit before. Over cooked, cheese dried onto my plate had to peel it off.
Hi Nadina, I'm sorry to hear about your lasagna. I will certainly pass along the feedback to the kitchen team so that we can fix the problem for next time. Kind regards, Liz
Excellent service, food and atmosphere. Nice neighbourhood spot, most interesting and delicious menu selection. Great weeknight specials reasonably priced. Dined here many times always a great experience! 8D
Nice atmosphere with nice food.
The food was great but since it was Valentines day the service was very slow (2hr +)
Only difference between scopa and the new cibo is the sign. The cheap pasta night is not as advertised not half price and ordered the lasagna which arrived dry and old mentioned to the server who we had to flag down no concern. Stopped going there for these reasons and will not return again.
great food and great service! liz took such great care of us. and as always, the food is consistently good and filling. best happy hour in the city.
The staff and service were excellent. The atmosphere was nice. It had a good vibe. However their chairs are awful. They are metal with zero cushion. We had planned to stay for the whole evening but left right after we ate because we were so uncomfortable which is too bad. I had lasagna and found it to have very little flavour. It was a good portion size however would not order it again. My friend had the truffle fries and calamari and she really liked them. I would try again and order something different but won’t because of the seating.
The waiter does not know the menu well. No recommendation for the best food
A bit of a different feel than the 17th ave location...but it works well! Service was good, food was good--especially at the daily special price
Our go-to neighborhood venue for client meetings, business events, dinner with the family, date night and weekend brunch with friends!
Our server Rachel was great and very friendly. Pizzas were good as usual,
Food was good but not great. I had Merluzo. The cod was good but not great. I have had better in other restaurants many times. The sun dried tomatoes were tasty but the green peas were tasteless. I liked the saffron broth though it made the risotto too wet. I would not order it again. My wife had the lasagna. The edge of the dish served was covered by charred sauce. There was very little cheese. The dish more resembled meat loaf than lasagna. She would not order that dish again. Overall, the price for these dishes was too high for the quality provided. This was our first visit to CIBO, and our last.
Service was great, but the food was just ok.
Very good food for a great price. Very friendly service. We’ll be back!
Enjoyed the evening - great food, wine & service and no rush to leave. I would definitely go back. Also the price is right - love the ideas of having specials everyday of the week. Relaxed environment.
Thank you for a nice relaxing, good priced evening.!
Worst service ever received for a empty restaraunt. Servers standing around the bar chatting while paying no attention to the only two tables in the restaraunt. Had to manually call the server over multiple times.
Clam linguine had too much sand in it. When we paid with a gift card they took off two dollars more than they were supposed to. Pasta is not great. I would only get pizza if I go back there again.
Great place. Nice ambience. And stellar value during happy hour!
Overall a good meal. Really enjoyed the arancini, the Caesar salad and the basil pizza. Wasn’t a fan of the orecchiette especially, just couldn’t taste the squash at all, lost in the olive and the spice of the sausage (which also overwhelmed the lamb). Everything said the pizzas were all $11 but it wasn’t reflected on the bill.