Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

Sorry I've Got Plants

Sorry I've Got Plants is a totally vegan takeout joint and general store that started out as a blog and zero waste meal kit program.

This first physical location of theirs still acts as a hub for their meal delivery program, which extends as far as places like Burlington, Hamilton, Mississauga and North York.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

They've taken over the former Fresh City space, and seeing as this was previously a grocery store, seating is limited to one small table and a comfy couch. 

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

The opt-in meal kit program is super simple. All you have to do is text "in" or "out" to a weekly text, and a regularly rotating kit is delivered between Tuesday and Thursday. 

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

A banh mi ($11) is made with tofu marinated with lemongrass, garlic, ginger, tamari, lime and brown sugar instead of meat, and a mushroom pate made with onion, garlic, cremini mushrooms, tamari and walnuts.

It's all on a crusty white hoagie with cilantro, spicy mayo, and pickled carrots and daikon. Not a bad substitute for the real thing, it's certainly craveable with a real ginger flavour coming through.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

Create a combo with a side salad and a drink like a Dad's soda for $4.50.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

A "poke" bowl ($12.50) replaces tuna with "watermelon tuna" marinated in sesame, soy, garlic, ginger and nori sheets, accompanied by cucumber, radish, tofu, carrot, cabbage, edamame, and more spicy mayo over rice. 

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

The watermelon has a similar sweet, juicy quality to fish, and just by looking at the rainbow of colours in this dish, you know it's good for you.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

Other bowls for the same price include peanut noodles as well as Santa Fe and Greek bowls.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

Their line of sauces is available for purchase for $7 across the board, with options like super spicy queso, green goddess, beet tahini and dan dan sauce.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

Fresh drip is on deck for $3, and I love the stamp on the coffee cups here that tells you how to dispose of them properly.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

If you like the bags their meal kits come in or just want to shop responsibly with a reusable tote, those are available for purchase.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

They also sell their own branded reusable JOCO cups ($32 - $38) made from artisan blown glass.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

They've also got their own branded shirts ($35) in sizes from small to extra-large; check out the cheeky designs on the back.

General store type offerings are rounded out by other items like a range of products from Sarah's Soaps as well as incidentally vegan chips like Doritos.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

Takeout containers are compostable, containers for meal kits are reused, and you get a dollar deposit back when you return sauce jars.

Sorry Ive Got Plants Toronto

Photos by

Hector Vasquez


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