The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Toronto
The best vegetarian restaurants in Toronto are doing veggie bowls and beefless burgers when you're looking to eat out meat-free. Replace braised pork with hibiscus flowers on your tacos or stuff yourself with a seven-item thalis loaded with delicious Indian eats.
Here are the best vegetarian restaurants in Toronto.
Chef David Lee's brand is a vegan empire at this point. Planta launched as a Yorkville destination in 2016 and has since expanded with a second Asian-focused menu on Queen Street. They've branched into Mexican with Planta Cocina and have an entire offshoot for their famous vegan burgers too.
The folks behind this multi-location chain take their meatless and wheatless M.O. very seriously. Tahini burgers, veggie-packed lasagnas and brown rice bowls are on the menu at all nine K&K locations. The Yorkville bistro also offers brunch items like eggs benedict with vegan hollandaise.
This OG of Toronto's fast casual vegetarian scene was the first plant-based brand in North America to launch in a mall. Their Eaton Centre stall closed two years ago and locations in Annex Food Hall and College Street are no more, but Urban Herbivore is still running the original in Kensington Market.
Expect an extravaganza of delicious malai kofta, channa, and buttery naan at this Etobicoke hot counter. Known for its incredibly affordable seven-item thalis, this Indian food brand is also known for its Grand Buffet location in Brampton, which has even more selection than this strip mall spot.
Hector Vasquez of Kupfert & Kim Bistro. Additional photo by Urban Herbivore.
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