lettuce love

For all of you vegans west of Toronto you probably have heard of lettuce love! Let me start by saying this is one of my favourite Clean eating spots As a vegan. If you need a stronger picture of how much I love Lettuce love, Me and my friend rode our questionably solid bikes for two hours from Mississauga to Burlington to stop at lettuce love!

lettuce love has two locations both on the West End of Toronto.

The first location is in Oakville, 326 Kerr St.

The second location is in Burlington, 399 John Street.

Both locations are closed on Monday but open every other day of the week!

Now, let’s get to the menu!

Soups, chilli and sharing:

The first part of their menu you can find things like vegetable soup chilli and then the more greasy stuff like nachos avocado fries and potato wedges!

Salads:

For your clean eaters out there you’re in luck. They have a beauty salad a mega salad and a Caesar salad for you! They also have a bunch of bowls and if I can recommend one thing to eat here it would be the bowls. Here you can find your typical Buddha bowls, burrito bowls, felafel bowls, and much more!

Sandwiches and burgers:

Don’t worry if you’re not a solid person there are plenty of sandwiches to go around at lettuce love. You can find a vegan grilled cheese barbeque jackfruit, a California burger, sweet potato burger, and a big batch

Now, lettuce love also has a smoothie bar attached to it and this is my favourite part of the whole entire restaurant it’s called pure love smoothie bar!

Smoothie bar:

If I recommend you try any of these smoothies I recommend the yoga Bliss colada! But you can also find many different flavourings such as the chai spice movie, the blue goddess, your typical strawberry banana, and a pure chocolate love!

And don’t worry you definitely have your smoothie bowls here with the options of a jungle bowl, Açaí bowl, and a blue wave bowl!

To access their website to find out more about the menu and what’s recommended visit lettucelovecafe.com

Fresh restaurants Toronto

Are you tired of Freshii? Yeah… Me too. If you’re not familiar already let me introduce you to fresh restaurants.

Fresh is the source of modern plant-based food! They offer a full line of organic coldpressed juices cocktails and a full plant-based menu that satisfying and delicious! Every single day fresh restaurants make their food in the house from whole and natural ingredients!

They have locations in: here Ontario St., Leslie Ville, floor, Spadina, Crawford, Eglinton, front, Queensway, Leaside, and Mississauga!

Let’s get to the food!

There are four different menu so you can find on their website. Toronto, Toronto gluten allergy friendly, Los Angeles, and Los Angeles gluten allergy friendly. As most of You are from Toronto, i’m fresh was originated in Toronto I’m going to bring you through with the Toronto menu!

Starters:

Most of their starters are shareable. You can find things such as superfood soup, crispy dumplings, hummus, sweet potato fries, nachos, and quinoa onion rings!

Toast and flatbreads:

You’re really into bread (like me) then you’ll be happy to know that they offer specific bread options such as smashed avocado toast, sausage and pepper flatbread, and chard green some feta flatbread! They also offer crispy cauliflower tacos and squash tacos!

Burgers:

In your burger section you can find things like your chipotle bacon burger (vegan of course), Beyond cheeseburger, and barbeque burger!

Bowls:

And my absolute favourite Section, bowls! Oh my goodness I cannot rave more about the beautiful fresh! Honestly the best but I’ve ever had in my entire life! Get it! But if it’s not your style there’s also other bowls like the protein bowl, gospel, and Buddha bowl,

Check them out at their www.freshpowered.com/menus/toronto/

Tenon vegan sushi

For many of us who have made the transition to being vegan, one of the hardest foods to give up was sushi. Sure, we can… Make our own with cucumber, avocado or yam but the flavouring isn’t quite the same and I for one have been missing sushi immensely.

That’s why I was so excited to hear about tenon vegan sushi in Markham. Tenon vegan sushi is located at 487 Bloor St., W. Toronto Ontario. It has a sister restaurant, the original, in Markham Ontario right outside Toronto. Both restaurants strive to serve authentic begin Japanese cuisine and I also add Thai fusion vegan dishes to the menu to provide as many choices as possible for the Beacon consumers.

As if the restaurant was made for me, their goal is to make it easier for people to transition to a vegan diet and boy do I wish I had this restaurant when I was transitioning.

Now let’s get to the menu I know that’s why you’re all here:

Appetizers:

Their appetizer menu is no joke. You can find the normal stuff like edamame but then you can also find things with the fake chicken on a skewer soy beef on a skewer sushi pizza soy shrimp tempura, deep fried tofu, and more!

Japanese style:

They have their own Japanese style section of the menu. Whoever you can find sweet yam tempura roll, California roll, deep fried soy crab meat with barbeque sauce roll, spicy broccoli roll and more!

Special Rolls:

now this is where it gets good! You can find rolls like the caterpillar roll which has cucumber, housemaid vegan meat, avocado and barbeque sauce. You can also find things like dynamite roll, the green dragon roll, king mushroom special roll, king dragon roll, and more!

Thai dishes:

Thai dishes you can find things likeThe basil eggplant tofu dish, yellow curry soy dish, green curry mix vegetable dish, red curry vegan duck dish, house special duck, And more!

More:

You can also find things like soups, noodles and rice dishes, à la cart menu items, sushi combos, and drinks.

This restaurant has been all the rage in the vegan communities. Now I follow a lot of vegan groups on Facebook and Instagram and this is one of the most talked about restaurants over the last few weeks.

If you’ve been missing sushi just as much as I have, give this restaurant a try!

Find their website here: https://www.tenonvegetariancuisine.comhttps://www.tenonvegetariancuisine.com