55 Mill Street, Toronto, ON, M5A 3C4
Café Uno offers a seamless blend of international cuisine, borrowing from a varied selection of tasty traditions.
|Cuisine Type |||Mediterranean, Pan-Asian/Pacific Rim|
|Ambiance |||Patio Dining|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa|
|Getting There |||Parliament bus|
|Cross Street |||Parliament and Front|
|Mon-Thu 7AM-9PM, Fri-Sat 7AM-12AM, Sun 8AM-8PM|
Profile Last Updated: December 11, 2008
Café Uno sits in quiet seclusion on Distillery Lane, surrounded by Victorian-era industrial architecture. The exterior is humble, with a few tables scattered along the cobblestone street in a courtyard setting. Though it is hidden away from the bustling footpath of central Trinity Lane, Café Uno should not be missed. The interior is cafeteria-style, with large glass displays showing numerous options available to the famished consumer. Reflecting a diverse essence of this historic context, Café Uno caters to those searching for a unique and healthy fusion. The caffeine-deprived can sate themselves with traditional espressos and lattes, world teas and Italian soda. The offerings of fruit smoothies and decadent frozen drinks concocted of espresso, raspberry syrup, and sugar-free chocolate are guiltlessly gratifying.
Mix it Up
Dishes embody a blend of cuisines from the Mediterranean and the flavours of Asia and the Caribbean. Grilled Italian sandwiches come piled high with fresh ingredients. The muffaletta is layered with ham, salami, capicollo and provolone, while the Caribbean pulled pork is topped with pineapple and dressed with Uno’s own BBQ sauce. Any dish can be paired with a healthy selection of sides—common choices are bean salad, wild rice, Asian noodles, and roasted pepper penne. Soups, salads, pizza, quiche, lasagna, and pasta are other Café Uno specialties. Afterward, sweet treats including biscotti, white chocolate brownies, cheesecake, and ice cream are rewarding indulgences.
Wheelchair Access: Yes