mandys toronto

Montreal salad restaurant Mandy's just opened their second Toronto location

Montreal-born salad chain Mandy's has already been taking Toronto by storm with their first location here, but now they've opened up a second one in town.

Mandy's is known for gourmet, over-the-top, colourful salads served in equally glamorous confines.

Recently, the salad restaurant opened its second-ever Toronto location, but it's not like the others.

Unlike the original flowery Mandy's on Ossington, this new Mandy's is takeout and delivery only, and is located inside one of the locations of Kitchen Hub, and they're calling it Mandy's Express.

Kitchen Hub has already brought together several of Toronto's favourite restaurants like Piano Piano, Carbon Bar, Cabano's and Pai at their multiple locations, in a ghost kitchen "hub" format that allows you to order from several places all at the same time.

Mandy's is now stationed at the location of Kitchen Hub at 1121 Castlefield. Their food is available seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Their classic Caesar ($15.50) and Cobb ($16) are on the menu, as well as some of their more creative salads like the peanut satay salad ($16), the Hippie Bowl with avocado, quinoa, kale and teriyaki tofu and "The Fave" with romaine, broccoli, pita chips and parmesan.

Unlike this Mandy's Express which has only salads on the menu, other Mandy's locations also serve smoothies and bowls.

Lead photo by

Mandy's


Latest Videos



Latest Videos


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

Toronto bakery is permanently closing after nearly 60 years in business

There's a Hungarian food and cultural festival in Toronto this week

Here's how much these 10 grocery items cost at Loblaws versus other grocers

People are trolling Ontario's alcohol in convenience stores announcement

Pret A Manger is gearing up for major expansion across Canada

Toronto ice cream joint declares it's no longer offering free samples

Toronto YouTuber compares 13 items at Loblaws and only one was pricier at Dollarama

Reports of illness trigger recall of thousands of drink tumblers across Canada