Are you a vegetarian? And concerned that when you visit Canada, you would not be able to locate vegetarian food? Although vegetarian food isn’t particularly well-known in Canada, there are plenty of options accessible from coast to coast, whether you want to buy vegetarian vegetables or eat off the menu at a restaurant (there are even “pure-veg” restaurants!). Indian cuisine is also very well-liked in Canada; there are an a plenty of Indian eateries in most major cities, notably in Vancouver and Toronto, where a sizable portion of the population is of Indian descent. Take it from local foodies; this guide to vegetarian paradise in Canada is based on their recommendations.
Door to green eating in Ottawa
Nat & Tim Harris are culinary storytellers, sharing tales of culture and food. An award winning chef, Tim has dedicated his life and career to cooking and the pursuit of honest food. As a professional photographer, Nat records their adventures with incredible pictures of everyday life and the extraordinary. Their favorite vegetarian restaurant in Canada is in the nation’s capital.
“Vegetarian food leaves a deep impression on our nature. If the whole world adopts vegetarianism, it can change the destiny of humankind. .”
“The Green Door has been serving vegetarian meals made with local, organic ingredients and plenty of love since 1988. Everything is made from scratch daily and according to the seasons so you know you are being fed real, healthy food, no GMOs here. You can expect dishes such as Broccoli Quiche with Organic Rennet Free Cheddar Cheese or Leek Barley Mushroom soup and finish off with a gluten-free or wheat-free dessert. The food here is charged by weight so you can mix and match your favourite dishes.”