Kalendar Restaurant and Bistro

Kalendar Restaurant and Bistro

Kalendar Restaurant and Bistro

 
Address: 546 College St.,
Toronto, ON, M6G 1B1, Canada
Phone: (416) 923-4138
Fax: (416) 923-0683
E-mail: N/A
Website: http://www.kalendar.com
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online
Online Menu
Online Menu
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Pasta
Agnollotti (click for more info...)
Fussili (click for more info...)
Primavera (click for more info...)
Seafood Fettuccini (click for more info...)
Tortellini (click for more info...)
Desserts
Ambrosia Pie (click for more info...)
Baked Apple Bell (click for more info...)
Belgian Chocolate Truffles assorted plate
Belgian Mocha Coffee Cake (click for more info...)
Biscotti chocolate or almond
Caramel Fruit Plate (click for more info...)
Chocolate Pecan Pie (click for more info...)
Layered Chocolate Mousse Cake (click for more info...)
Layered Lemon Meringue Cake (click for more info...)
Triple Fudge Pie (click for more info...)
Appetizers
Baked Camembert (click for more info...)
Basket of Garlic Bread
Basket of Garlic Bread (With accompaniments) (click for more info...)
Basket of Naan Bread
Basket of Naan Bread (With accompaniments) (click for more info...)
Bruschetta
Hummus Plate (Large) (click for more info...)
Hummus Plate (Small) (click for more info...)
Mussels (Large) (click for more info...)
Mussels (Small) (click for more info...)
Smoked Trout (Large) (click for more info...)
Smoked Trout (Small) (click for more info...)
Spicy Black Bean Hummus Plate (click for more info...)
Salads
Beet Root Carpacio (click for more info...)
Crunchy Thai Salad (click for more info...)
Heart Salad (Large) (click for more info...)
Heart Salad (Regular) (click for more info...)
Kalendar Salad (Large) (click for more info...)
Kalendar Salad (Regular) (click for more info...)
Salmon Salad (click for more info...)
Warm Apple Walnut Salad (click for more info...)
Warm Mushroom Salad (click for more info...)
Entrees
Ginger Butter Swordfish (click for more info...)
New Zealand Spring Lamb Chops (click for more info...)
Pork Medallions (click for more info...)
Wild Mushroom Risotto (click for more info...)
Breads
Naan Five (click for more info...)
Naan Four (click for more info...)
Naan One (click for more info...)
Naan Three (click for more info...)
Naan Two (click for more info...)
Soups
Orange and Ginger Carrot (click for more info...)
Yucatan Chicken Soup (click for more info...)
Pizza
Pizza One (click for more info...)
Pizza Three (click for more info...)
Pizza Two (click for more info...)
Scrolls
Scroll Five (Large with salad) (click for more info...)
Scroll Five (Small) (click for more info...)
Scroll Four (Large with salad) (click for more info...)
Scroll Four (Small) (click for more info...)
Scroll One (Large with salad) (click for more info...)
Scroll One (Small) (click for more info...)
Scroll Seven (Large with salad) (click for more info...)
Scroll Seven (Small) (click for more info...)
Scroll Six (Large with salad) (click for more info...)
Scroll Six (Small) (click for more info...)
Scroll Three (Large with salad) (click for more info...)
Scroll Three (Small) (click for more info...)
Scroll Two (Large with salad) (click for more info...)
Scroll Two (Small) (click for more info...)

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