The Supreme Burrito ($9.00): a vegan burrito made with seasoned textured vegetable protein, brown rice, lettuce, guacamole, and pico de gallo wrapped in a toasted whole wheat tortilla from Green Earth Vegan. Photo: Eunice Le | Plant Based Toronto

Green Earth Vegan


Website(416) 778-9199

385 Broadview Avenue | Broadview & Gerrard | Riverdale

If you’re looking for well-priced vegan food that also happens to be tasty and satisfying, Green Earth Vegan is the restaurant you’re looking for.

Located in the east end of Toronto, Green Earth’s dishes are a combination of home-cooked American, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisine – matching the cultural fusion of its neighbourhood.

Formerly known as Green Earth Vegetarian, they recently changed their name to Green Earth Vegan. Everything there is 100% vegan.

The Crispy Chick'un Burger ($10.50) and the Sweet Sour | Green Earth Vegetarian
The Crispy Chick'un Burger ($10.50) and the Sweet Sour Sensation from Green Earth Vegan. Photo: Eunice Lee

Green Earth serves healthy and vegan comfort food: their starters include vegan nachos ($6.50), summer and spring rolls ($5.00), crispy wontons ($5.00), bruschetta ($4.50), poutine ($6.50), and crispy nuggets ($6.00). If you are gluten or soy-free, they have many dishes without either allergen.

Their extensive menu also features chick’un burgers ($10.50), vegan tacos and fajitas ($9.00), curry tofu scramble ($9.50), pho ($10.50), lasagna di verdure ($13.00), chick’un parmigiana ($13.00), spicy lemongrass tofu ($9.50), and veggie ‘meatball’ subs ($11.50).

The Crispy Chick'un Burger ($10.50) filled with crispy breaded chick’un, fresh lettuce, onion, tomato, pickle, avocado – condiment-ed with house-made vegan mayo, ketchup, and mustard.
The Crispy Chick'un Burger ($10.50) filled with crispy breaded chick’un, fresh lettuce, onion, tomato, pickle, avocado – condiment-ed with house-made vegan mayo, ketchup, and mustard from Green Earth Vegan. Photo: Eunice Lee

For dessert, they serve an assortment of cheesecakes, chocolate cake, carrot cake, and ice cream sundaes – ranging from $4.50 to $5.50 per dessert. If you’re feeling thirsty, the restaurant serves fresh-pressed vegetable and fruit juices, smoothies, organic tea, and hot or cold Aulacese coffee.

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The lemon cheesecake ($5.00), made with a base of vegan cream cheese and coconut: garnished with lemon zest from Green Earth Vegan. Photo: Eunice Lee

Green Earth even has whole soy rotisserie chick’un available for sale, a great vegan alternative to rotisserie chicken during the holidays.

The Green Earth Vegan Rotisserie topped with topped with chef’s sauce ($12.00): roasted soy chick’un served with carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, and brown rice | Plant Based Toronto
The Green Earth Rotisserie topped with topped with chef’s sauce ($12.00): roasted soy chick’un served with carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, and brown rice

The restaurant itself has a bright, peaceful, and clean atmosphere. Its eccentric colour scheme yet sunny natural lighting gives Green Earth a homey 90s vibe. This restaurant is perfect for a casual meal by yourself or with friends.

Click here to see their full menu.


Eunice Lee
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Three things I’m passionate about: eating vegan ice cream, writing, and exploring Toronto.