Thursday, March 23, 2017

Best vegetarian restaurants in Toronto

The top vegetarian restaurants in Toronto continue to improve and better. Offerings go beyond mock meat, rice and quinoa bowls have evolved and be extensive and now almost everything gets paired with a smoothie or cold pressed juice.

Spark Fresh Bar

At first, Bloorcourt's Discharge is apparently your typical indie cafe. Along with espresso beverages you will find-above average food choices, including a completely vegetarian roll of tacos, sandwiches, salads and grain boxes.

Bolt Fresh Bar

This accidental takeout counter on West Queen West sells grain cartons and juices, smoothies, salads. The acai bowls are a standout on the menu - they are more like an acai parfait, layered with crunchy granola, yogurt and fresh fruit.


This takeout counter on Dundas West serves up an ever changing menu featuring dishes that are exceptional like pakora bennies or pad thai salad. This place is helmed by accomplished chef/owner Ren Mercer, who is got 20-plus years of experience working in high end eateries. Anticipate the unexpected.

The Goods

What began as an office lunch delivery service has become a retail storefront on Dundas West, where you will discover vibrant grain and salad boxes, soups, and smoothies jampacked with superfoods.

Hogtown Vegan

Veganism need not be synonymous with eating that is clean - occasionally cravings waffles and call for greasy brunch foods, filthy plates of nachos or unchicken. This is precisely where this Bloordale eatery excels, and to boot, there's a lot of cocktails and beer.

Hibiscus Cafe

The Kensington Market stalwart is a family owned and operated cafe best known for gluten-free, all-natural vegetarian fare. The menu boasts crowd pleasers like buckwheat crepes, soups, salads and vegan ice creams.

Fresh on Eglinton

With four places across the town, Fresh has created itself as Toronto's go to for mostly-vegan offerings, including burgers, tacos and huge rice bowls. In addition they offer smoothies and recently unveiled a cold-pressed juice line.

Live Organic Food Bar (Dupont)

Raw eatery and the first organic on Dupont at Bathurst is really popular it sprouted a lineup of grocery store products, in addition to a satellite place in Liberty Village. Menu standouts include mung bean pancakes and manicotti stuffed with cashew dill 'ricotta".

Kupfert & Kim

What began as just one vegan, gluten-free lunch counter in the TRAIL has blossomed into a popular multi-location chain of eateries. Menus change by place, but the crowd faves would be the grain bowls, burgers and tacos.

Urban Herbivore

Plant-based sandwiches and salads are some of the the specialties at this lunch counter with locations in Kensington Market and the Eaton Centre food court. Additionally locate creamy pureed soups, juices that are pressed, and fresh baked goods.

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