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Urban Herbivore

64 Oxford St
Toronto, ON M5T 1P1

(416) 927-1231

Rating: out of 5 stars (81 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: 9am-7pm 7 Days a Week
Status: Open
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express


If you are looking for fast food that is made of ingredients that you can pronounce, in general you are out of luck. However, chef Stephen Gardner foresaw a need and in 2005 opened up Urban Herbivore in a small restaurant in Kensington. They are now at three locations (and counting). This is vegan, local and organic food that is made entirely from scratch. Custom build a salad or grain bowl on...
by 10best on February 21, 2014 from 10best

Editorial Reviews

Toronto Life: The sesame tempeh-avocado sammie at this offshoot of Fressen-built on house-made multi-grain, kissed with...
by Toronto Life on September 17, 2012 from urbanspoon
NOW Magazine: An offshoot of wildly successful Fressen, owner/chef Stephen Gardner's completely vegan café at the top of the Market
by NOW Magazine on September 17, 2012 from urbanspoon
Whether you're looking for organic salads, vegetarian sandwiches, vegan soups or just a really healthy, flavourful (and filling) lunch, Urban Herbivore has got you covered.Sure enough, Toronto is already a great place to find a good meatless lunch, but with the standard sandwich shops are still making a "veggie" sub out of the lettuce and tomatoes other sandwiches include as filler, this...
Rated 2.7 stars by Tanja on April 30, 2011 from blogto
Recently renovated to serve families, vegan-ites, and students popping by for healthy lunches and snacks. Carnivores can appreciate the freshness and quality of juices, salads and sandwiches made here. Encompassing window space and bar seating which lines the perimeter and hanging potted plants add to airy quality, reminiscent of greenhouse. Tops if you’re looking for an energy boost.
by blackbookmag on November 13, 2008 from blackbookmag
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