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The Top 10 Healthy Takeout Restaurants in Toronto

The Top 10 Healthy Takeout Restaurants in Toronto

The Top 10 Healthy Takeout Restaurants in Toronto

Takeout isn’t always synonymous with healthy, but with these fresh picks, you don’t have to sacrifice convenience or flavour to get a quick and nutritious meal. Start the new year off right by fueling your body with salads, bowls, sandwiches and snacks that make you feel as good as they taste. Here are the top 10 healthiest takeout options in Toronto.

Fresh Restaurants

Fresh Restaurants

Fresh Restaurants offers a complete line of raw, organic cold-pressed juices and craft cocktails made with local artisanal ingredients. All the food is made from scratch with 100% plant-based ingredients. There is something to satisfy every palate with a comprehensive menu featuring everything from smoothies to plant-based burgers.

333 Bay St

Salad Days

Salad Days

This hole in the wall nestled on Hayden street right by the back entrance to Bloor Yonge subway station is as delicious as its storefront is nondescript. Come in for a selection of their green salads filled with all the Mediterranean flavours you know and love, like hummus and fresh veggies.

181 Bay St

Kupfert and Kim

Kupfert and Kim

Kupfert & Kim is a plant-based, quick-service restaurant known for delicious, minimally-processed food. Everything they serve is made from plants using ingredients that are naturally gluten-free. With over eight locations across the city, you’ll have no trouble snagging one of their healthy bowls at a spot near you.

318 Adelaide St W

imperfect Fresh Eats

imperfect Fresh Eats

imperfect Fresh Eats purchases “imperfect” fresh produce that can’t be sold in stores and incorporates the fruits and veggies into their dishes. Menu items include bowls, fresh salads and 100% real fruit smoothies, all using discounted, perfectly imperfect produce that doesn’t sacrifice nutrition and taste and also reduces overall food waste.

64 Oxford St

Urban Herbivore

Urban Herbivore

Urban Herbivore has been a mainstay in the lively Kensington Market community since 2005, serving up 100% plant-based eats. You can swing by for breakfast, lunch or dinner with tons of options to choose from like sandwiches, salad bowls, smoothies, soups and small plates.

1170 Queen St W

Bolt Fresh Bar

Bolt Fresh Bar

A small shop on Queen West right near Parkdale, Bolt has been a mainstay for nine years, serving up fresh juices, smoothies and salads for those looking to grab something quick, tasty and nutritious. Try their Dark and Stormy smoothie for a quick hit of blueberries, ginger, bananas and apple juice or the ever-popular Rainbow Salad, a colourful and crunchy mix of spring mix, green apple, bell pepper, red cabbage, radish, beets, carrot and chopped almonds.

942 College St

Sunshine Wholesome Market

Sunshine Wholesome Market

This healthy grocery store on college also offers a ton of grab-and-go options for the busy but hungry passersby. Try one of their gluten-free sandwiches, like the roast chicken sandwich packed with protein, spring mix and caramelized onions. You can even wash it down with a green smoothie and stock up on some of their house-made products like dips, sauces and pico de gallo.

573 King St E

Impact Kitchen

Impact Kitchen

Impact Kitchen serves up the best in big, filling salads packed with nutrient-dense food like kale, peppers, spinach and seeds. Add your choice of protein like chicken, steak, salmon or falafel and you have greens that are chock-full of all the food groups. They also offer superfood smoothies and many plant-based snacks for a slightly less processed treat.

The Top 10 Healthy Takeout Restaurants in Toronto

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7 months ago

The Top 10 Healthy Takeout Restaurants in Toronto

Raquel Farrington

Raquel Farrington

Takeout isn’t always synonymous with healthy, but with these fresh picks, you don’t have to sacrifice convenience or flavour to get a quick and nutritious meal. Start the new year off right by fueling your body with salads, bowls, sandwiches and snacks that make you feel as good as they taste. Here are the top 10 healthiest takeout options in Toronto.

Fresh Restaurants

Fresh Restaurants

Fresh Restaurants offers a complete line of raw, organic cold-pressed juices and craft cocktails made with local artisanal ingredients. All the food is made from scratch with 100% plant-based ingredients. There is something to satisfy every palate with a comprehensive menu featuring everything from smoothies to plant-based burgers.

333 Bay St

Salad Days

Salad Days

This hole in the wall nestled on Hayden street right by the back entrance to Bloor Yonge subway station is as delicious as its storefront is nondescript. Come in for a selection of their green salads filled with all the Mediterranean flavours you know and love, like hummus and fresh veggies.

181 Bay St

Kupfert and Kim

Kupfert and Kim

Kupfert & Kim is a plant-based, quick-service restaurant known for delicious, minimally-processed food. Everything they serve is made from plants using ingredients that are naturally gluten-free. With over eight locations across the city, you’ll have no trouble snagging one of their healthy bowls at a spot near you.

318 Adelaide St W

imperfect Fresh Eats

imperfect Fresh Eats

imperfect Fresh Eats purchases “imperfect” fresh produce that can’t be sold in stores and incorporates the fruits and veggies into their dishes. Menu items include bowls, fresh salads and 100% real fruit smoothies, all using discounted, perfectly imperfect produce that doesn’t sacrifice nutrition and taste and also reduces overall food waste.

1170 Queen St W

Bolt Fresh Bar

Bolt Fresh Bar

A small shop on Queen West right near Parkdale, Bolt has been a mainstay for nine years, serving up fresh juices, smoothies and salads for those looking to grab something quick, tasty and nutritious. Try their Dark and Stormy smoothie for a quick hit of blueberries, ginger, bananas and apple juice or the ever-popular Rainbow Salad, a colourful and crunchy mix of spring mix, green apple, bell pepper, red cabbage, radish, beets, carrot and chopped almonds.

942 College St

Sunshine Wholesome Market

Sunshine Wholesome Market

This healthy grocery store on college also offers a ton of grab-and-go options for the busy but hungry passersby. Try one of their gluten-free sandwiches, like the roast chicken sandwich packed with protein, spring mix and caramelized onions. You can even wash it down with a green smoothie and stock up on some of their house-made products like dips, sauces and pico de gallo.

573 King St E

Impact Kitchen

Impact Kitchen

Impact Kitchen serves up the best in big, filling salads packed with nutrient-dense food like kale, peppers, spinach and seeds. Add your choice of protein like chicken, steak, salmon or falafel and you have greens that are chock-full of all the food groups. They also offer superfood smoothies and many plant-based snacks for a slightly less processed treat.