Cultures Restaurant Throughout the Eat Fit series of articles, the focus has been on dining establishments where you sit down and have a meal, as opposed to quick-service eateries. There’s good reason for this: fast food restaurants are synonymous with unhealthy eating, with high sugar, high grease, and processed ingredients. This instalment of Eat Fit, […]
For lovers of Asian food who would also like to eat healthy, why not venture out of Chinatown or Korea town and visit Café 668? A favourite spot for vegetarians with a taste for pan-Asian cuisine, Café 668 impresses with its pleasing décor, its large menu, and its rich flavours.
Spring Rolls 2011 is officially well under way, and as we go back to business after the big celebrations, many of us carry the burden of resolutions for the new year. Time and time again, one of the most common resolutions is to lose weight, to cut body fat and gain muscle in time for […]
If you’re looking to sample Indian cuisine in Toronto, there are lots of eateries to choose from, many of them in the style of a buffet. However, they are often not the healthiest choices for eating out: much of the food is high in grease and calories, and a buffet often encourages over-eating. For a […]
Fressen This week, the search for healthy restaurants in downtown Toronto led me to Fressen. It’s a popular, trendy, and sophisticated eatery that serves fine vegan cuisine. The tasteful ambiance makes it ideal for romantic dates or dining with a small group.
Continuing on the quest to find health-conscious restaurants in Toronto, I recently sampled Fresh. It is a well-known and popular vegetarian restaurant, established in 1999, with three locations downtown: one at Spadina Ave. and Queen St. W, another at Bloor St. W and Spadina Ave., and a third at Queen St. W and Crawford St.