New year, same crazy schedule.
Luckily in Toronto, there are plenty of healthy fast food options to help refocus your eating habits and get back on track following the holidays.
Fast, easy and healthy fare is the specialty at these nine new Toronto eateries:
Palm Lane will actually have you craving salads in 2018! Opened this past fall in Yorkdale Village, this spot has quickly become a Toronto favourite. Fast, fresh options in abundance on the menu featuring salads and grain bowls that can be custom-made with over 80 different options.
Address: 55 Avenue Road, Upper Level, Toronto
This plant-based cafe is known for making their own cashew, almond and coconut milk from scratch. If that doesn’t impress you, try delicious options including salads, soups, pink chia bowls and toasts topped with avocado or hazelnut spread.
Address: 1240 Yonge Street, Toronto
Located in The PATH, this new juice and smoothie bar is 100% organic. On top of smoothies, this place also serves yummy acai bowls, high-protein waffles, salads from Village Juicery, and a line-up of espresso-based drinks.
Address: 120 Adelaide Street West, R3, Toronto
Affordable, healthy food, made-from-scratch with only the fresh local ingredients is what this St. Lawrence Market area eatery is all about. Here, mix and match proteins, salads, and sides are all ready to go in an instant.
Address: 140A The Esplanade, Toronto
Customize the menu to your liking by choosing between a variety of protein options along with warm and cool sides for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This place even does brunch on weekends featuring a menu of toasted coconut spelt waffles, and a breakfast kale and red cabbage caesar.
Address: 21B St Clair Avenue West, Toronto
Named after Salus the Roman Goddess of health and well-being, this place takes pride in living up to its name with plenty of fresh, healthy dishes to choose from. From vegan and vegetarian options to grilled meats with greens, Salus Fresh Foods specializes in salads, wraps, and smoothies.
Address: 25 Carlton Street, Toronto
Formerly, Evolution Food Co. this eatery evolved into Garden Gangsters in 2017 and now boasts two locations in the St. Lawrence Market area as well as in Liberty Village. On the menu, cold-pressed juices, smoothies, and a range of hearty breakfast, grain, and salad bowls each packed with a medley of wholesome and filling ingredients.
Address: 12 Market Street, Toronto
Address: 171 East Liberty Street Unit 127A, Toronto
New locations opened in 2017 bring this ever-expanding flock of restaurants up to five locations in Toronto. Here, the menu deals in chicken and greens, making it easier than ever to get a healthy fix that also tastes delicious.
Address: 330 Adelaide Street West, Toronto
Address: 97 Harbord Street, Toronto
Address: 67 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Address: 175 Bloor Street East, Toronto
Address: 661 University Avenue, Toronto
Along with its original spot at King Street West, Hopscotch is quickly expanding with a newly opened location on Queen West and more GTA locations planned for 2018. Using only fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, a few must-try dishes include the Mediterranean harvest bowl, sweet potato zen bowl, and avocado cobber salad.
Address: 40 King Street West, Toronto
Address: 224 Queen Street West, Toronto
Coming soon to 115 Fort York Boulevard in Toronto and 1 Bass Pro Mills Drive in Vaughan.
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