Toronto has many delicious vegetarian restaurants. Cindy brought me to King’s Cafe in Kensington, a funky district in the city.
We shared a bento box okra curry that came with healthy red rice, vegetarian soy chicken nuggets and spring roll as well as fruit salad. Curry was mild but fresh and tasty.
This is the restaurant’s version of crispy soy fritters or bite sized fried oysters. Yummy!
For starter, we shared a bowl of clear tofu miso soup.
My cheery host smiling for the camera. Thanks for bringing me here, Cindy!
Avocado temaki was delicious and filled with dried beancurd crisps. Check out the exquisite wasabi leaf on the left corner of the plate.
Portion was more than enough for both of us.
Our dinner spread that evening before I wandered around the Kensington hood to suss out the cool graffiti and shops.
King’s Cafe serves a variety of vegetarian Chinese and Japanese dishes with a small section in the restaurant that sells vegetarian sauces and meats.
King’s Cafe address: 192 Augusta Ave, Kensington Market/ Chinatown, Toronto, Canada.