Durham

The Refectory Café

Contact details

2726 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd

Durham NC 27707

919-908-6798

Opening times

Mon.7:30 am - 8:00 pm
Tue.7:30 am - 8:00 pm
Wed.7:30 am - 8:00 pm
Thu.7:30 am - 8:00 pm
Fri.7:30 am - 8:00 pm
Sat.9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sun.9:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Price range: $$

Reviews

“As a side, I had an ice cold wilted kale salad with cranberries and walnuts and a really good cup of freshly brewed joe.”
“I used to eat at The Refectory Cafe's old location at the Divinity School quite often.”
“I also love the basic lentil daal they have, and the shrimp po'boy is great!”
Pros
  • I've been missing out on a great vegan eatery all this time...
  • There's a great menu available to you right at the entrance, separating the foods out into vegan and gluten free options, the options for us vegans is extensive...
  • Most amazing was the vegan dessert selection, I had an amazing raspberry vegan cheesecake...
  • It is a nice place, plenty of parking, a lot of choices for everyone (vegan, veggie, meat eater, etc...
  • I had one of their paninis, and I liked it...
Cons
  • Most things are made to order, I had a vegan tofu scramble, it wasn't bad, some peppers carrots zucchini, cucumbers and tofu stir fried together...
  • I would like to give it higher but the sandwich was so bad I cant...
  • I have never had a bad dining experience in Durham until visitng The Refectory Cafe today...
  • I felt like a VIP the whole time I was there, and the manager was hell-bent on making sure I got exactly the perfect lunch for me and that I knew what all my options were...
Service & Staff
  • My friend had the breakfast sandwich of the day, which was fried egg with turkey sausage, cheese, tomato on a croissant...
  • The staff was very friendly and helpful, the menu options are diverse and most all should find something to order...
  • The Refectory has an eclectic mix of foods--breakfast, lunch, hot, cold, sandwiches, entrees...
  • I had the Big Breakfast which comes two eggs your choice, bacon, toast/biscuit, potatoes and pineapple which was delicious...
  • The staff was very friendly and I loved sitting on the patio!
Food & Drinks
  • Would come again, definitely a must for Durham vegans...
  • it was definitely fully loaded and was very tasty, but it could have used some kind of sauce...
  • Just to be sure of the food, I went and ordered dessert, the brownie was again a 4...
  • I was also surprised at how much I liked the Refectory considering how much I enjoyed the Refectory Cafe, considering that I do not like their Duke locations at all--reheated grilled cheese and random "ethnic" food without much flavor at prices much higher than any of the other campus eateries...
  • Great food...
  • Very nice on the inside, plenty of room to order, get your coffee etc...
  • What I found to be slightly disappointing was the food itself...
Atmosphere
  • The decor is very bright, lots of windows and simple design and layout...
  • Ceiling fans with Bossa Nova music playing topped off my brunch experience!
  • The overall effect with the easy vibe music in the background was very relaxed and pleasing...
  • Also the place is CLEAN and the atmosphere is very chill...
Prices
  • For $9 you get a sandwich and a side, which seems standard for "upscale" sandwiches in the area...
  • For $10 the portion was good and fair in my opinion...
  • The price of my meal which was the entree, coffee and OJ, was around $19, so not cheap...
  • When I pay $20 for breakfast ($12 for the Eggs Benedict, $4 for the citrus salad and $2 for the iced tea), I expect significantly better service...
Summary
  • I finally got a chance to check it out on a Tuesday...
  • I also highly recommend the fried green tomato sliders...
  • Very pleased overall...
  • :-)Everything we had was excellent and we would definitely recommend for lunch...
  • I'd definitely recommend and we WILL come back!
  • I recommend taking your business elsewhere...
  • Everything is good, almost everything is made in house, service is top-drawer, soups are to die for, desserts will make you happy and you'll thank me later...
Rating
Average user rating - 88 out of 100.

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Business info
Accepts Credit Cards
AlcoholBeer & Wine Only
AmbienceCasual
AttireCasual
Caters
Delivery
Dogs Allowed
Good for Groups
Good for Kids
Good ForBrunch
Has TV
Noise LevelAverage
Outdoor Seating
ParkingPrivate Lot
Take-out
Takes Reservations
Waiter Service
Wheelchair Accessible
Wi-FiFree