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10 Best Healthy Toronto Restaurants

10 Best Healthy Toronto Restaurants

I’m not much of a health nut, but I occasionally like hitting up some of my favourite healthy restaurants in Toronto.

Honestly, as long as it’s made with whole ingredients and isn’t deep-fried, it’s healthy to me.

It is a bonus if there are organic options, though!

A lot of these healthy Toronto restaurants are vegan, which doesn’t necessarily make them healthy, but they’ve got tons of options with fresh and good-for-you ingredients.

Here are some of the best healthy Toronto restaurants to order takeout or delivery from!


Poke bowl at Rolltation, Toronto

Rolltation

Adam and I absolutely adore Rolltation, and we’ve been loyal customers since they first came to Toronto several years ago.

They make delicious poké bowls and sushi burritos, and we always go for the Classic Salmon poké bowl.

They’ve got locations at Yonge & Eglinton, Yonge & Bloor, Yonge & College, Yonge & Dundas, Dundas & University, and York & Harbour.

If you’re a poké lover, I’ve got a separate blog post all about the best poké bowl spots in Toronto!

LOCATION: Various locations | Website


Impact Kitchen

Impact Kitchen offers a completely gluten-free menu featuring paleo to vegan options.

Their power bowls feature fresh and nutrient-packed ingredients, and you can add your choice of proteins for additional fees.

You can even grab healthy and freshly-baked goods, all without refined sugars or gluten!

They’ve got locations on Adelaide and Queens Quay, as well as in Summerhill and Corktown.

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LOCATION: Various locations | Website


Fresh on Spadina, Toronto

Fresh Restaurants

Fresh is one of my favourite vegan restaurants in Toronto.

Their burgers are amazing – as an omnivore myself, they don’t even taste like they’re vegan.

They have all kinds of delicious and healthy options on their menu.

I also love their quinoa onion rings, but I don’t think those are very healthy.

They’ve got locations on Yonge & Eglinton, Bloor & Spadina, Spadina & Richmond, and Queen West, as well as near St. Lawrence Market and in Leslieville.

LOCATION: Various locations | Website


Kupfert & Kim

Kupfert & Kim is a “wheatless and meatless” Toronto restaurant that serves up delicious and colourful bowls.

Most of their ingredients are organic and sourced locally, and they make almost everything in-house from scratch.

They’ve got locations at Yonge & Eglinton, Yorkville, Spadina & Richmond, and Waterpark Place, as well as four locations in the PATH.

LOCATION: Various locations | Website


Hello123

Hello123 is by the same people behind Kupfert & Kim, and they also offer healthy takeout options.

Grab a fancy-looking salad bowl or one of their amazing daily brunch options.

Their only downtown location is on Queen West, but they’ve got a location in Vaughan as well.

LOCATION: 1122 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON | Website


Poké bowl at Calii Love in Toronto, Ontario

Calii Love

Calii Love has poké bowls, smoothie bowls, and all kinds of healthy eats and drinks.

I love how their menu items are named after feelings – I usually get the Hopeful poké bowl.

They’ve got locations at Yorkville, King & Peter, First Canadian Place, and Union Station.

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LOCATION: Various locations | Website


Nutbar, Toronto

Nutbar

Nutbar mainly has drinks, but they’ve also got a small food menu as well.

They’re one of my favourite coffee shops in Toronto – both for their food and their aesthetic!

Their toasts are to die for, and all their food is organic and packed with superfoods.

Their locations are at Summerhill and Leslieville!

LOCATION: Various locations | Website


Basil Box in Toronto

Basil Box

Adam and I pretty much lived at Basil Box while we were studying at Ryerson.

The food is flavourful and fair-priced (one of my fave cheap spots to eat in Toronto), and it’s pretty healthy!

You can pick everything from the base, to the veggies, to the proteins, and everything is delicious.

They have locations at Yonge & Finch, Sheppard Centre, Bathurst College Centre, Queen & Spadina, Ryerson University, Yonge & King, Royal Bank Plaza, and York University.

LOCATION: Various locations | Website


District Eatery, Toronto

District Eatery

District Eatery may be a cocktail bar/restaurant, but they’ve got a focus on clean and healthy eats.

Their food is made with locally-sourced and natural ingredients, and they even have quite a few vegan options.

They even handcraft their own sodas and syrups for their cocktails using local ingredients!

You can find them on King West near the TIFF building.

LOCATION: 303 King St. West, Toronto, ON | Website


Farm’r

Farm’r offers healthy, homestyle, and ready-made meals prepared by Toronto chefs.

Enjoy stews, curries, soups, and more, all made from scratch with locally-sourced ingredients in small batches.

Their location is right by St. Lawrence Market!

LOCATION: 140A The Esplanade, Toronto, ON | Website

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Best healthy Toronto restaurants:

  1. Rolltation
  2. Impact Kitchen
  3. Fresh Restaurants
  4. Kupfert & Kim
  5. Hello123
  6. Calii Love
  7. Nutbar
  8. Basil Box
  9. District Eatery
  10. Farm’r

If you’re planning a trip to Toronto, be sure to check out my posts on the most fun things to do in Toronto and what to wear in Toronto.

Be sure to check out some local tours as well, if you’re looking to do some fun and unique activities.

Have you been to any of these healthy Toronto spots? What are some of your favourite healthy restaurants in Toronto? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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Jessica Lam | Toronto lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and travel blogger | Diary of a Toronto Girl, a Canadian lifestyle blog

10 Best Healthy Toronto Restaurants