The Hogtown Vegan



  • Vegetarian,


  • Take-out,


  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Comfort Food,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
1056 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6H 1M3
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours



  • $11 To $25,

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The best vegan and vegetarian brunch in Toronto

The best vegan and vegetarian brunch in Toronto

Almost everyone in the west end loves the southern-style comfort food at the Hogtown Vegan – the vegan fare is positively droolworthy, whether you rock a plant-based or omnivorous diet. Try the vegan unchicken and waffles, fried tofu “egg” omelets (which are stuffed with caramelized onions, mushrooms, daiya cheese and fresh herbs). The PB & banana French toast is accented with tofu bacon that adds a crispy, salty flavour to cut the sweet. With an atmosphere that reads laidback local with a hint of dive bar, it’s way too easy to while away the afternoon in one of Hogtown’s sun-washed booths.

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Crazy carnival eats in Toronto

Crazy carnival eats in Toronto

Vegan and deep fried food can be the perfect combination and is found on the dessert menu at Hogtown Vegan. Choose either the fried apple pie, a deep-fried apple hand pie served with vanilla soy ice cream, or the deep-fried banana split, with battered and fried bananas, served with coconut milk ice cream and dark chocolate sauce. Whichever you choose it is sure to be a delectable dessert!

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Best Restaurants for Vegan Fare in Toronto

Best Restaurants for Vegan Fare in Toronto

Hogtown Vegan was the first vegan restaurant where I didn’t miss meat. Their “chicken” in the Unchicken and Waffles ($14) isn’t “mock” chicken and tastes like chicken. In fact, the mouthfeel is replicated too. Shiitake Fried “Clams” ($8) might be a basket of breaded, fried shiitake mushrooms, but you’ll sure feel like you’re on the Cape. Even dishes without a “meat” component like the Tortilla Salad ($11) with crisp romaine, black beans, diced tomatoes, guacamole, corn tortillas, sunflower sour cream and scallions in a chili-lime dressing, are divine.

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