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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Toronto

The best vegetarian restaurants in Toronto prove it doesn’t take meat to satisfy hunger. Healthy, balanced, affordable options as well as higher-end environments and upscale dishes are all within reach for herbivores in this city. 

Here are the best vegetarian restaurants in Toronto.

10 - Veghed

Specializing in non-GMO foods, the prettiest salads, bowls, muffins and more vegetarian wonders can be found at this Dundas West place.
7 - Kupfert & Kim on Spadina

From the same owners as Hello 123, multiple locations of this reliable all-day spot, including one at Richmond and Spadina not only don't serve meat, but are also totally wheat-free. Granola and waffles are breakfast hits.
4 - Planta

One of the city’s most famous burgers, period. Not just for vegetarians, this spot is an airy Yorkville restaurant with a menu by a star chef.
11 - Hogtown Vegan on College

Comfort food goes vegan at chill locations of this hangout in Bloorcourt and Little Italy, where you can get meatless chicken and waffles with beer, or chow down on fries supreme.
6 - Hello 123

Fun, shareable snacks plus bowls and brunches of vegan eggs benny are served at this cocktail bar on West Queen West.
3 - Fresh on Front

Known for crunchy quinoa onion rings, veggie burgers, buffalo cauliflower and fresh-pressed juice, multiple locations of this breezy chain can be found across the city, including Front Street.
5 - Rosalinda

Cauliflower tostadas, mocktails, and cocktails garnished with carrots are just some of the out-of-the box items at this vegan Mexican restaurant in the Financial District.
8 - Awai

This restaurant near Bloor and Runnymede brings serious sophistication to vegetarian eating by offering tasting menus of five or eight magnificently presented courses.
9 - Live Organic Food Bar

Also producing their own line of products including juices and crackers, colourful bowls and boxes as well as unprocessed, organic brunch and taro root poutine are available at this Annex spot.

by Amy Carlberg via blogTO

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