[Bars] Queen Street Warehouse

Restaurant: Queen Street Warehouse 
Location: 232 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 1Z6
Price Range: $

Queen Street Warehouse
Queen Street Warehouse

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I apologize in advance for the *** quality pictures lol. Queen Street Warehouse has been opened for a while now and I was always intrigue by the $5 everything menu, at the same time I was quite skeptical of the portion and taste so it haven’t been on my must-visit list for some time.

C and I decided to visit the place for dinner and there was already a line-up at the door around 5:30PM, hence I would recommend to hit this place up at off times if you aren’t willing to stand in line for dinner. Also, the restaurant itself was very dark and loud to the point it was almost like a nightclub lol. If you plan to have a conversion here, good luck. The music volume level will just mask your voice and expect to yell or repeat yourself throughout the night.

Braised Beef Spaghetti (Fresh herbs, tomato marinara, hint of cream + slow cook beef) - $5
Braised Beef Spaghetti (Fresh herbs, tomato marinara, hint of cream + slow cook beef) – $5

There is a huge menu selection of everything from salads, to burgers to pasta and of course, everything is $4.95! I’m not sure about the drink menu though as C and I weren’t much of a drinker, but I can imagine the drink menu to be cheap as well. All the dishes came out piping hot and initially I thought the dishes weren’t going to be great, however it was surprisingly tasty, and the portion was pretty decent! The pasta wasn’t al dente, but not mushy either so it was okay. Sauce was delicious and seasoned just right, and there were chunks of braised beef throughout the spaghetti.

Warehouse Crispy Mac n' Cheese (creamy 3 cheese, roasted red pepper Alfredo sauce, crunchy corn, fresh thyme + Parmesan crust) - $5
Warehouse Crispy Mac n’ Cheese (creamy 3 cheese, roasted red pepper Alfredo sauce, crunchy corn, fresh thyme + Parmesan crust) – $5

C got the Mac n’ cheese and she said it was just a typical dish. I didn’t try it since I don’t like mac n’ cheese lol.

Mini Donut - $5
Mini Donut – $5

Strangely I wasn’t able to upload the picture of the dessert, so please bare with me for a while until I can figure out how to fix it. C and I also ordered the mini donuts for dessert, which tasted like timbits from Tim Hortons haha. The dessert came with a chocolate dipping sauce and there was no fillings inside the donuts, overall it was really sweet so personally I didn’t enjoy it, however it is a great bar snack imo.

Overall I think you can’t really go wrong with Queen Street Warehouse for this kind of price. Obviously you aren’t going to get gourmet meals here, but for $5 the portion and taste-wise were pretty good. I would probably come back during lunch since it would be less busy and quieter. Also the service wasn’t really great and it can get extremely hard sometimes to identify which person work here, since the way they dressed just blend in with the normal crowd.

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