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The top 5 new vegetarian restaurants in Toronto

The top new vegetarian restaurants in Toronto let you indulge and eat healthy. Whether you're a vegan or just want a meat-free meal, these plant-based eateries don't skimp on flavour and often present creative plates that'll impress even the pickiest eaters.

Here are my picks for the top new vegetarian restaurants in Toronto.

Planta

It's fitting that this plant-based restaurant from David Lee is located in Yorkville because it offers elevated plates that'll make both vegetarians and meat-eaters happy. You can find dishes like coconut ceviche and watermelon poke on the menu.

Doomie's

If you're craving a salad, you should probably steer clear of this Parkdale eatery. Even though it's vegan, Doomie's is all about junk food and serves up indulgent delights, such as burgers, faux Big Macs and pumpkin glazed doughnuts.

Awai

After Nathan Isberg shuttered The Atlantic, his well-regarded pay-what-you-can restaurant, he opened this buzzed-about plant-based and vegan restaurant on Bloor Street West. It's newly opened so go check it out.

Rawlicious (Annex)

The Annex has a new destination for raw, vegan goodies. This small spot across from Honest Ed's has about 20 seats, but it also does take out if you'd prefer to eat your healthy meal at home.

Grasshopper (Junction)

This popular vegetarian restaurant opened a second location in the Junction, giving customers more chances to grab sweet and savoury vegan brunch dishes as well as filling bowls, sandwiches and salads.

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Hector Vasquez


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