Eateries

I don’t eat out very often. But every time i’ve visited these places i’ve really enjoyed it. However, I could be a bit biased. lol  😉

Visit the Toronto Vegetarian Association directory to find more places than i’ve listed:  http://veg.ca/directory/list/restaurants/

MY REVIEWS OF LOCAL RESTAURANTS:

  • Big Carrot Organic Juice Bar – 348 Danforth Ave., 416-466-2129(ext 231)
    I’ve been here twice. It was probably last year for a smoothie, and this spring for a salad. A great place for an organic snack or meal. Check the menu carefully as not all of it is raw.
  • Cruda Café – St. Lawrence Market Hall (Lower Level – B1), 92 Front St. East, 905-447-6501
    I always look forward to visiting the Cruda Cafe when I go to the St. Lawrence Market. They are on the lower floor and have no seating of their own. There are a few tables and chairs nearby though, or you can sit outside the market on a picnic table. The food here is excellent.
  • Live – Organic Food Bar – 264 Dupont St (at Spadina), 416-515-2002
    This is the restaurant i’m most likely to visit because there’s vegan options for those that go with me. They have a large menu for both raw and vegan. I love all their meals and usually order their platter so I get a bit of each. And each time I visit it is different. I’ve always had great service here from the staff. There’s a nice indoor space facing Dupont, and an outdoor space at the back. It’s very convenient as well because it’s right across from the south-east exit of the Dupont subway station.
  • Rawlicious – 20 Cumberland St., 416-646-0705
    Excellent food here. It is a very small space but very nice. The staff are always great and it is very conveniently located near Yonge and Bloor.
  • Refuel Juicery – 2354 Yonge St., 416-519-4229 (was The Vegan Duchess)
    Excellent food here. About 4 -6 stools at a bar near the window. More for takeout than eating in. Friendly staff. Lots of raw products. Very close to Yonge and Eglinton.
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One response to “Eateries

  1. Haven’t tried this place yet…but here’s a review:

    Finding Raw and Vegan Comfort in Mylk Uncookies
    http://torontoist.com/2011/08/finding_raw_and_vegan_comfort_in_mylk_uncookies.php

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