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Toronto's Top 10 Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Vegan and vegetarian places can be notoriously hard to find, but Toronto’s veggie restaurants are putting that outdated struggle to shame. With organic options and great tasting foods, you’ll find that going meatless in Toronto is both fun and healthy. Be sure to visit these 10 great vegetarian hot-spots.
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Vegetarian Haven

Vegetarian Haven is an award-winning vegan restaurant offering a plethora of lunch and dinner options that are all gluten free, wheat free, locally grown, and chock full of organic ingredients. The big draw of this haven, however, is its range of organic juices such as the Body Cleanser, which includes carrots, beets, apples and ginger, or the bright California Sunshine, which includes carrots, apples, and lemons for some serious citrus zing. These refreshing juices are perfect thirst-quenchers on a hot summers day.

Vegetarian Haven, 17 Baldwin St, Toronto, ON, Canada, + 1 416 621 3636

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Annapurna

This veggie restaurant is the oldest vegetarian restaurant in Toronto, having been founded in 1974. Annapurna proudly promotes ideas of world peace and ‘the potential of the human spirit’. The food is mainly South Indian cuisine, while also incorporating some tofu dishes into the menu. The drinks menu favorite is definitely the Toronto’s Original Masala Chai, which is Assam tea, milk, and spices which make this drink a comfort classic.

Annapurna, 1085 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON, Canada, + 1 416 537 8513

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Live Organic Food Bar

This vegan restaurant is literally a veggie lover’s heaven, and is even complete with organic beer! Since 2002, Live Organic Food Bar has been serving six organic, gluten and wheat free dishes with absolutely no refined sugars. Don’t let that list make you think this place doesn’t have some serious options. The Food Bar offer salads, wraps, burgers, and, wait for it…burritos! Top off your delicious meal with one of their gluten free beers or their 100 percent bio-dynamically farmed wines. This restaurant lets you indulge with absolutely no guilt or gluten.

Live Organic Food Bar, 264 Dupont St, Toronto, ON, Canada, + 1 416 515 2002

Organic Brunch | Courtesy of @liveorganicfood

Organic Brunch | Courtesy of @liveorganicfood

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Rawlicious

Now even pizza can be a healthy treat! Rawlicious has a real dedication to improving the health and vitality of their customers. This restaurant has all of your favorites like sliders, tacos, pad thai, and even pizza. Rawlicious even offers nine different types of desserts, including a decadent chocolate cake made out of an almond crust and topped with a cashew and vanilla filled layer, all while being organically vegetarian. Rawlicious is a must stop for Toronto’s vegan community.

Rawlicious, 2122 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 519 7150

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Kupfert & Kim

This restaurant goes by two words, ‘wheatless and meatless’. Kupfert & Kim is a gluten free and vegan spot dedicated to making both healthy and tasty food. The mouthwatering dishes include lunch and dinner options, but also a fantastic all day breakfast served with their locally roasted coffees. A special perk about this vegan haven is that they offer a 35 cent discount to anyone that brings their own containers, helping their Toronto customers reuse and recycle. Even if you don’t have a dish or a cup handy, Kupfert & Kim only offer 100 percent recyclable take out materials for all of their delicious items: saving your stomach from hunger and helping the environment!

Kupfert & Kim, First Canadian Place, 100 King St W, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 504 1233

Surefire cure for the rainy day blues ☔️

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Fresh

There is absolutely no better name for this restaurant. Since 1999, Fresh Restaurants have been providing Toronto natives with wholesome and natural food that’s delicious and served fast. Fresh has a complete vegan menu; they don’t cook any foods with butter, dairy, eggs, honey, or any other animal by-products. Their specialty however is their ‘Immunity’ shot that jump starts energy, helps to build digestive health, and even wards off colds. For a healthy boost, try their 3 oz. Killer Immunity shot, which is made of lemon, cayenne, pink salt, ginger, echinacea, and astragalus to help prevent any cold or flu. These scrumptious options can even help you stay A-Okay during cold and flu season.

Fresh, 894 Queen St W, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 599 4442

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Buddha’s Restaurant

This Chinese spot has been serving Dundas Street and Kensington Market some of the best vegan and vegetarian dishes since 1991. Buddha’s offers up all of your favorite Chinese dishes, like beef with vegetables, only with meatless meat. The General Tao’s Chicken with imitation chicken is a great dish for people who are just starting to dip their feet into vegetarian or vegan waters. They also offer up some frozen food options to prepare at home!

Buddha’s Restaurant, 666 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 603 3811

The Goods

The Goods offers Torontonians raw, vegan, and organic dishes that are available for takeout directly. Their menu has some amazing smoothies and salads if you’re craving something filling which won’t destroy your healthy diet. Their hot cereal is also perfect for a rainy or cold day – or just if you’re craving a hearty entree that’s stuffed with chai maple syrup, chia currents, apples, and oats or white quinoa. This Dundas Street staple is definitely worth a stop by.

The Goods | Courtesy of The Goods
The Goods | Courtesy of The Goods
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Feel Good Guru

Feel Good Guru’s menu has the best of vegan and organic comfort food, including mac and cheese and delicious curries. However, the Guru specializes in specific juice cleanses that are purely raw and blended organic meal replacement juices. The health benefits of doing a three day juice cleanse can range from glowing skin to a boost of mental clarity. The juices are jam packed with all the nutrients that you need in a daily supply and with the freshest green leaves, celery, and even cucumbers. Test out these cleanses to rejuvenate and restore your body’s health.

Feel Good Guru, 135 Tecumseth Street, Unit Two, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 647 748 5800

Woodlot

Bakery, Restaurant, Canadian, $$$
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Woodlot

Even though Woodlot isn’t just a veggie spot, they offer a fine-dining vegetarian menu that will make your taste buds tingle. Their entrees consist of a wood-fired wild mushroom pie and an ember-grilled Monteforte halloumi. Try the gnocchi as well, which is made with porcini ragu, smoked onions, and a hint of mint and dill. Woodlot takes vegetarian cuisine to the highest level of culinary mastery.

Woodlot, 293 Palmerston Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 647 342 6307

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