The Table is buffet-style dining, which is nice, because you can try a little bit of everything. Additionally, all of the items in their buffet are clearly marked as being gluten-free. Heaven! I had dinner there with some girlfriends a few weeks ago, and it was a pleasure to not pester the server with a slew of questions for once.
Being a bit of a foodie, I must make a point of saying the buffet can be a bit hit or miss. Most items are healthful and delicious, but every so often you'll grab something that is just... well... not good. At all. And, since you pay for your items by weight, you don't want to grab anything you won't eat. So, alas, I give you my personal "Hot or Not" list of buffet items.
I especially recommend the veggie patty that comes with caramelized onion sauce. It is absolutely delicious! The tofu masala was also very satisfying. :) YUM! For dessert, do try the chocolate mousse cake! It was rich and flavourful. Out of all the desserts I tried during my last visit, it was by far the best.
Don't be swayed by the allure of the gluten-free bread slices tucked beside the hot buffet. I had such high hopes for a tasty slice of fresh bread that I grabbed one immediately, and was sorely disappointed. It was dry, bland and crumbly. Even after drenching it in masala sauce it still felt dry on my palate. Tears. For dessert, please please just stay away from the vegan GF coconut cake they have. Really, it was terrible. Both myself and another friend had to leave most of it on our plates because it just wasn't edible.
Overall, I'd recommend The Table for a relaxed dinner since it has a lot of gluten-free options and is easy to navigate due to the signage. Plus, there is something for everyone. Entrees usually cost between $10-$15, depending on how high you pile your plate. Dessert tends to range from $6-$8.
1230 Wellington Street