5 Vegetarian Restaurants To Try In Toronto

5 Vegetarian Restaurants To Try In Toronto

If you’ve been wanting to eliminate meat from your diet, but have struggled in the past with vegan restaurant and takeout options, it has never been easier. While cooking vegan at home can be an adjustment, finding diverse vegan takeout options used to be even more challenging. However, not anymore. With a plethora of delicious vegetarian and vegan spots all over the city, you have plenty of options to choose from. Here are five vegetarian restaurants to try in Toronto today.

Hello 123

It has been less than a half a year since Hello 123 opened its doors on the corner of Queen Street West and Lisgar, but we just can’t get enough of it. The menu has a range of dishes to suit every palette from loaded, delicious bowls to pineapple sliders and smashed avocado burgers. The restaurant also has a great cocktail selection offering alcohol mixed with things like kombucha so you won’t feel as guilty drinking it. It’s all about balance right?

1122 Queen Street West 

The Grasshopper Restaurant

Located on College Street, this place offers some great vegan comfort food alternatives. From soups to chillis and quinoa mac ‘n cheese, it’s the perfect place to indulge without overloading yourself too much. They also offer some pretty tasty smoothies like the banana chai.

310 College Street 


Everything at Planta is one hundred percent plant-based, but that only enhances the flavors of all of the dishes. Not only are the dishes tasty but the presentation is pretty excellent too (great for taking photos if you are into that sort of thing). Planta can be great for brunch, lunch for dinner and can be a fun spot for a night out compared to some of the other vegan places, which are a little more casual. Try their coconut ceviche, the Habibi salad or their infamous carrot dog.

1221 Bay Street

Kupfert & Kim

The owners behind Kupfert & Kim are the same owners behind Hello 123, but Kupfert acts as more of a takeaway spot. They offer a range of different bowls from the Oaxaca to the Curry bowl and plenty more in between. They also have some great options for breakfast food like the K&K Waffles or Kim’s Congee.

150 King Street West 

The Goods

This spot on Dundas is rather known for being a takeaway spot, which is especially great for lunch. Try one of their antioxidant packed salads or bowls or have a soup or a smoothie. Order it for delivery or pop into their Dundas location.

1255 Dundas Street West 

K. T. Edwards

K. T. Edwards graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in Media Production and English. She also studied Creative Writing at Oxford University and contributes to various media outlets. IG: @k.tea.edwards

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