Amazing Vegan Restaurants in Toronto

Looking for tasty plant-based cuisine? Throughout the city chefs are creatively showcasing the fact that a vegan diet can satisfy hunger just as much as its dietary counterparts. Toronto continues to present a strong case for awesome vegan eateries that are suitable for both casual and formal dining and below are a handful of our suggestions.

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@LovRestaurant

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LOV

You will simply “LOV” the Local Organic and Vegan menu at this large, sustainable and beautifully decorated restaurant. Living up to its philosophy of “well-being without compromise” the brunch, day and dinner menus are bursting with flavour, while the signature cocktail list oozes creativity.

@Hello123Forever

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Hello 123

Eating responsibly doesn’t have to mean sacrificing tasty or fun food and Hello 123’s tapas-and-more style menu epitomizes that. Within a cozy and casual setting, guests can enjoy bowls, salads and finger foods alongside an all-vegan cocktail list.

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Fresh on Front

Now boasting five locations across the city, Fresh on Front is one of Toronto’s oldest and most revered vegan restaurants. With a menu that includes salads, burgers, tacos, poutine, baked goods and more, it’s easy to understand why this aesthetically pretty plant-based spot has stood the test of time.

@PlantaQueen

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Planta Queen

Chic, upscale and Asian-inspired, Planta Queen really filled a void in the plant-based food space. A shareable yet refined “izakaya-style” menu includes sushi, dim-sum, sticky rice, noodles and more. The cocktail menu pairs nicely with the food, while the dessert menu is extremely appetizing!

Almond Butterfly

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Almond Butterfly

Known for producing some of the best vegan confections in the city, Almond Butterfly’s homely atmosphere will eradicate the bustle from the city hustle. Washed down with exceptional coffee, vegan and gluten-free baked goods include cookies, cupcakes, bagels and more. In addition to the brunch menu that includes tacos, crepes, salads and pancake stacks, there’s a daily happy hour!

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Rosalinda

This vibrant vegan Mexican restaurant celebrates the best of Mexico and Baja California. With big bold flavours that allow vegetables to shine. Sit back, relax in this greenhouse themed and flower filled space.

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