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Java House


537 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 2B6

(416) 504-3025

Rating: out of 5 stars (65 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: 9am-1am 7 Days a Week
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Cash

Description

Queen West fixture Java House has a cool eclectic vibe, great coffee and cheap eats. The hipster hangout draws crowds for its large java and tea collections, massive desserts and Middle Eastern treats. The patio is a popular summertime draw. Linger all you like.<br/><br/>Java House was featured on our list of 10 Spots for Cheap Pitchers in Toronto!
by toronto on November 04, 2013 from toronto

Reviews

Can't go wrong: Pretty simple eats (spring rolls and pad thai), but with cheap drinks and frothy chai, Java House is great whether you're starting your day or your weekend.
Rated 4 stars by TO Diner on April 27, 2011
Love Java House: I have been here a couple of times and I really like going here. The service is terrible, but the atmosphere is great! The food is cheap and the location is perfect. The food isn't the best, but try the avocado sandwich...its hit or miss, but when they hit it..its real good!
Rated 4 stars by Jenna Lynn on October 29, 2010
Great food/ great value: Breakfast/ and lunch- great spot/ service is great everytime i go. and everytime i get something different, it tastes great.
Rated 5 stars by sandra_cab on September 08, 2010

Editorial Reviews

Sitting on the corner of Queen West and Augusta, Java house is a ragged-yet-lovable little cafe/resto hang-out with a big patio, tiny kitchen and cheap eats menu that sees no borders.The international mish mash line-up of entrees offers up favourites like pad thai, shanghai noodles, omelets, pierogies and more, including all-day breakfast specials like sausage & eggs and french toast. No meal...
Rated 2.7 stars by Tanja on April 30, 2011 from blogto
A favourite of the Queen West shabby chic. Cheap eats this side of Indonesia, like pad thai and shanghai noodles, plus daily specials that include a pitcher may have something to do with it. A bursting shady side patio on Augusta may be the other. Starving artists, students and other crafty types chatter amongst the jungle mural on the patio. Fabulous for "I have nothing to do but need to look...
by blackbookmag on November 09, 2008 from blackbookmag
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