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12 Best Healthy Toronto Restaurants

12 Best Healthy Toronto Restaurants

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Adam and I have been focusing on eating healthier over the past year, and we’ve been enjoying trying new healthy restaurants in Toronto.

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

Without further ado, here are some of the best healthy Toronto restaurants to visit in Toronto!

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Poke bowl at Rolltation, Toronto


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

Poke bowls are one of our favourite healthy takeout dishes, and there are plenty of awesome spots for poke bowls in Toronto!

Rolltation offers poke bowls, sushi burritos, salads, and rice bowls, and we always go for the Classic Salmon poke bowl.

Classic Salmon poké bowl at Rolltation Toronto
The Classic Salmon poke bowl is our go-to at Rolltation.

It features salmon, tangerine, sweet corn, avocado, tobiko, and more, and it’s heavenly.

They’ve got several locations around Toronto, including at Yonge & Eglinton and Yonge & Dundas (my fave location!)

LOCATION: Various locations

Poke bowl from Calii Love in Toronto

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, like their Joyful Calii Bowl, Brilliant Breakfast Sandwich, and Zen Poke!

Poké bowl at Calii Love in Toronto, Ontario

They’ve got a location in Yorkville and at First Canadian Place in the Financial District.

LOCATION: Various locations

Nutbar, Toronto


Nutbar started out as a small café in Summerhill, and now they offer up a food menu full of delicious eats.

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

Enjoy dishes like their Mushroom Toast, Soba Noodle Bowl, or Harvest Miso Soup.

Their toasts are so dang good, and all their food is organic and packed with superfoods.

Nutbar, Toronto

They also make their own organic nut and oat milks for their drinks and smoothies, which is really cool!

Their Vanilla Smoothie is absolutely amaze, and it’s our go-to whenever we visit Nutbar.

You can find their original location in Summerhill, and they’ve also got locations in Leslieville and near King West.

LOCATION: Various locations

imPerfect Fresh Eats at Yonge & Sheppard in Toronto

imPerfect Fresh Eats

imPerfect was founded by two siblings, with a goal of incorporating imperfect produce into their menus.

This way, they could help save good food from going to waste while also supporting local famers and producers with an extra source of income!

They’ve got everything from acai bowls, to bowls and wraps, to smoothies, with delicious options like their Tropical Pitaya Bowl and Surf & Turf Bowl (with kalbi steak and garlic butter shrimp).

They’ve got several locations across the city, with most of them in the Financial District.

LOCATION: Various locations

Mad Radish in Toronto
Photo by Mad Radish

Mad Radish

Mad Radish is all about healthy fast food, and you’ll find a variety of internationally-inspired bowls and sandwiches made with fresh and quality ingredients.

All of their chicken and beef is halal, which is great for my friends who eat halal!

They also have a great selection of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options if you have dietary restrictions.

Mad Radish in Toronto
Photo by Mad Radish

From their Thai Curry Salad, to their Fish ‘n’ Chips Burrito, to their Piri-Piri Chicken Sandwich, you can pick from a bunch of delish options on the menu.

You can also order takeout on their app ahead of time so you don’t have to wait in line!

LOCATION: Various locations

iQ Food Co. in Yorkdale Mall, Toronto

iQ Food Co.

iQ serves up seasonal dishes using responsibly-sourced, local ingredients, and everything is made fresh in-house daily.

More than half of the food they buy is sourced within less than 100 km of their restaurants, which is pretty amazing!

They even list which local businesses they get their ingredients from on their website, including their veggies, meat, and dairy.

iQ Food Co. in Toronto

Their focus is all about nutrient-rich ingredients, with mostly plant-based dishes.

They’ve got plenty of delicious eats from toasts to bowls, including their Maple Squash bowl, which features oven-roasted chicken, goat cheese, a variety of veggies, and brown rice.

iQ has several locations across the city, and my fave is their beautiful Yorkdale Mall location!

LOCATION: Various locations

Kupfert & Kim in Toronto's PATH

Kupfert & Kim

Everything on the menu at Kupfert & Kim is “wheatless and meatless”, and it’s almost all prepared in-house from scratch.

They receive fresh produce every morning at each of their locations, so everything you get is super fresh (and very colourful).

Many of their ingredients are also organic and sourced locally, which is awesome!

They even offer a small discount if you bring your own container for takeout.

They’ve got several locations in Toronto, with most of them concentrated in the Financial District and in the PATH.

LOCATION: Various locations


If salads are your thang, you’ll definitely want to check out Mandy’s.

This Montreal-based create-your-own salad bar now has a location in Toronto, and you can enjoy all kinds of delicious greens in their beautiful tropical-inspired space.

Go for one of their signature salads like the Hoisin Duck Salad or Smoked Meat Salad, or create your own salad and choose everything from the base, to the proteins, to the dressings!

LOCATION: 52 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON

Basil Box in Toronto

Basil Box

If you’re craving Southeast Asian cuisine, stop into Basil Box for their make-your-own bowls.

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

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

Wong's Ice Cream in Toronto
Korean Banana Milk, Black Sesame with Salted Egg Swirl, and Vietnamese Coffee ice cream from Wong’s Ice Cream.

They’ve also partnered with Wong’s Ice Cream (a really awesome ice cream shop that closed down during the pandemic), and you can purchase pints of 5 of their most popular flavours in all Basil Box locations!

I used to visit Basil Box’s Yonge & Dundas location literally all the time while I was a Toronto Metropolitan University student.

They now have a bunch of locations across the GTA (and Canada), including in North York by Yonge & Sheppard and downtown by Yonge & Dundas!

You can order takeout or delivery on their app to make your life easier, and you even get a free birthday treat if you sign up with your birthday!

LOCATION: Various locations

Iced Matcha Latte from Impact Kitchen in Toronto

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.

Impact Kitchen in Toronto

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

Impact Kitchen in Toronto
The seating area at Impact Kitchen’s Harbourfront location.

They’ve got 5 locations across downtown, including at the Harbourfront (my fave) and in Liberty Village.

Also a plus: if you sign up as an Impact Loyalty Member, you get a free smoothie reward on your birthday!

LOCATION: Various locations

Fresh on Spadina, Toronto

Fresh Restaurants

Fresh is one of my all-time 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, like their wraps and bowls.

I also love their quinoa onion rings, though I’m not sure if those are that healthy.

They’ve got a bunch of locations across the GTA, including at Yonge & Eglinton and near St. Lawrence Market.

LOCATION: Various locations

District Eatery, Toronto

District Eatery

District Eatery may be a cocktail bar and 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’ve got delicious starters like their Hummus Flight and Broccoli Tacos, as well as mains like their District Wagyu Burger and Chicken Karaage Salad!

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 W, Toronto, ON

Best healthy Toronto restaurants:

  1. Rolltation
  2. Calii Love
  3. Nutbar
  4. imPerfect Fresh Eats
  5. Mad Radish
  6. iQ Food Co.
  7. Kupfert & Kim
  8. Mandy’s
  9. Basil Box
  10. Impact Kitchen
  11. Fresh Restaurants
  12. District Eatery

Whether you’re in the mood for a decked-out salad or a flavour-packed bowl, there are plenty of awesome healthy restaurants worth visiting in Toronto.

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