Vegan Brunch Toronto


Finding good vegan brunch in Toronto is hard. Well sometimes it feels like finding the right vegan spot in Toronto is also difficult but it is easier than ever.

My partner and I like going for breakfast/brunch and always found it difficult to find good spots to go to but over the years we have grown our list of the best vegan brunch spots Toronto has to offer and thought I would share them with you. Here are our top 4!


This is probably my favourite place for a traditional breakfast.

Evviva Breakfast & Lunch offers a vegan brunch menu that is particularly notable for its creativity and breadth, featuring dishes like vegan “eggs” benedict made with smoked carrot lox, and vegan French toast or waffles that hits the spot.

These offerings demonstrate Evviva’s commitment to providing high-quality, plant-based options that don’t compromise on taste or experience.

But Evviva’s inclusivity doesn’t stop at its vegan offerings. The restaurant also provides a comprehensive non-vegan menu, ensuring that vegans can bring along their family/friends who prefer to eat animals and their byproducts.

Located in the vibrant heart of Toronto, Evviva has established itself as a go-to destination for people that like all-day breakfast.

The restaurant’s atmosphere is welcoming and designed to make all guests feel at home, regardless of their dietary choices.

Evviva has three locations in Toronto.

  • 25 Lower Simcoe Street
  • 5221 Yonge Street, North York
  • 56 Wellesley St W.

I usually get the Vegan Slam Platter and share and order of waffles with my partner. To see their vegan menu click here (Wellesley Location).

Cafe Landwer

Cafe Landwer offers a diverse and appealing vegan brunch menu, and they used to have the best vegan sandwich in the city, IMO, but sadly they took it off the menu.

Landwer has a great vegan menu and also a non-vegan one so, again you can bring your carnist friends if you want.

They are known for its Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, providing a unique dining experience that caters to a wide range of tastes.

The vegan menu at Cafe Landwer includes a variety of options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Since this is about brunch we’ll focus on breakfast.

They offer Vegan Shakshuka which I have tried and can vouch for. They also have the Farmer’s Plant-Based Breakfast which is also really good.

They also offer other non-brunch items like vegan shawarma, hot focaccia, Buddha and a hummus bowl.

Cafe Landwer in Toronto has several locations, with a unique atmosphere and dining experience at each:

  • 165 University Ave, Toronto.
  • 1912 Avenue Rd, North York
  • 5000 Yonge St, North York.
  • 33 Bloor St E, Toronto
  • 3401 Dufferin St, North York

Kaspace Cafe

KASPACE Cafe, is not just a regular café because it blends a keen focus on plant-based and vegetarian cuisine with an ethos deeply rooted in wellness and community engagement.

The cafe is the brainchild of Kevin Allwood, a multi-talented figure whose vision encompasses not just food, but fashion, wellness, and a holistic approach to life.

Zelia Mouana’s collaboration with Kevin Allwood in the cafe’s conceptualization was motivated by her personal transition to plant-based eating, driven by both health and athletic performance considerations.

vegan brunch Toronto

The space itself is designed to be an oasis of calm, aiming to create a positive, lasting impression on its guests through simple yet high-quality ingredients that evoke pure joy.

The vegan brunch at KASPACE Cafe showcases an array of dishes that highlight the cafe’s commitment to taste, health, and innovation.

Among the standout options are the vegan scramble, incorporating scrambled organic tofu with a mix of peppers, vegan cheese, and nutritional yeast, and the ackee brunch, which offers a traditional Jamaican sautéed ackee with red peppers and salted organic tofu. Additionally, they offer a vegan breakfast sandwich and avocado toast.

Beyond the vegan offerings, KASPACE Cafe also presents a vegetarian menu.

KASPACE Cafe’s collaborates with suppliers to source fresh, local ingredients whenever possible.


Planta Queen in Toronto is a another of my favourite spots for vegan brunch in Toronto. There you’ll find a creative twist on Asian cuisine, all of it completely plant-based.

This place is part of the wider Planta family, which is all about pushing the boundaries of what vegan food can be, focusing heavily on sustainability and health.

vegan brunch toronto Planta queen

When you step inside, you’re greeted by a stylish setup that makes dining there an experience, not just a meal. It’s a go-to for anyone looking to explore how rich and diverse vegan food can be, using traditional Asian flavours as its playground.

Anyways, besides there awesome regular menu they offer brunch on the weekends until 4pm where they also offer endless sake sangria & mimosas.

Fresh – Vegan Brunch Toronto

Fresh Restaurants offer a vegan brunch menu that includes a variety of dishes catering to both traditional and modern tastes.

The menu features pancakes, avocado toast, scrambled tofu, and smoothie bowls. Additionally, there are options like vegan benedict, a breakfast burrito, and a selection of freshly squeezed juices and coffee.

The dishes focus on using whole, plant-based ingredients to create satisfying, nutritious meals.

Tsuchi Cafe

tsuchi cafe breakfast sandwich

If you are looking for a little more of an informal or relaxed setting for brunch, Tsuchi has amazing food. They have breakfast sandwiches, quiche, curry buns, sausage rolls and more. One of my absolute go-to’s in Toronto.

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