Best Restaurants for Paleo Diet in Toronto

The third most Googled diet in 2015 was the Paleolithic diet, most commonly called the Paleo diet and often referred to as the Caveman diet and sometimes Stone Age diet. (Note: this is not an endorsement of this way of eating.)

Impact Kitchen Restaurant

The "minimally processed/nutrient-rich" dishes here were made for Paleo followers. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can eat like a Caveman: The Power Breakfast Bowl ($9.95) for brekkie comes with spinach, chorizo, scrambled eggs, salsa fresca, sweet potato and squash mash, avocado and green onions. No afternoon dozies here. For dinner, select from mains of Spiced Flank Steak ($8.95), Roasted Chicken ($8.95), Bison Meatballs ($8.95) and Char-Grilled Salmon ($8.95).

Bolt Fresh Bar

1170 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J5

This healthy spot on Queen West has fascinating selections, everything from Antioxidant Salad ($10.50 - spinach, goji berry, shredded beet, tomato, shredded carrot, shredded butternut squash, cauliflower, shaved red cabbage, pepita, goji berry dressing) to Soups ($6), Stews ($6) and antioxident-packed Acai Parfaits ($8). To keep you warm, forget the usually caffeinated fare and try their mushroom coffee ($3) and herbal super mushroom tea ($3) for an added boost of energy.


1454 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1Y6

It’s a little out of the way (Finch and Dufferin) and the large fancy banquet hall dining room might not be quite what you’re used to (take out is also available), but many of the dishes here are uber paleo-friendly.

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