A 28-seat licensed patio is slated for next summer. Pineapple Sesame: cold-pressed pineapple juice, mescal, peach-rosemary shrub. The wine is of the organic kind, beer and cider on tap and in bottles is from Ontario and cocktails incorporate kombucha and cold-pressed juices. Complementing the food is an expanded bar menu that continues what the brand started at its Spadina location, including organic and biodynamic wines selected by , as well as takes on classic cocktails made with pressed juices and vegan ingredients. Kombucha Thyme: tequila, Amaro Montenegro, kombucha. Name: Hello 123 Contact: 1122 Queen St. They took pains to diversify the menu, breaking out of the grain-bowl paradigm to offer snackier fare, shareable platters, and more elegantly-plated mains.
Weekday breakfast brings avocado toast, waffles and smoothie bowls, while buckwheat pancakes make an appearance during weekend brunch. Though the dishes are a departure, their ethos — emphasizing the flavour of plants, rather than trying to replicate what isn't there — remains the same. We could create a sort of all-day space. Hello 123 is a great place to go if you are vegan or looking for smaller plant-based dishes, but would not be somewhere as friendly and tempting to meat-eaters as some other places in Toronto. The bar dominates the front of the space, with expansive drink choices lined up on shelves behind the counter. Both of the street-facing sides of the restaurant have big windows that open, making it the perfect place for a warm summer night or fall, as it happened to be…. I will definitely be back soon and really look forward to making my lettuce wrap!.
Basil Gin Smash: gin, basil, peach bitters. Like , there will also be kombucha and cider on tap. Buckwheat pancakes with apple sauce, fresh fruit and maple syrup. Corn off the Cob with cob : corn, chimichurri, cashew cream, dry rub. Hello 123, located just east of the Drake Hotel on Queen Street West has just opened, and I hope it remains there for a long time to come. Braised cabbage and romaine caesar, with sunflower crumble, parsley, seed croutons, pickled onions, coconut and a hemp-tahini dressing.
Inside, it is a cool space with lots of wood, and exposed brick walls toward the back of the seating area, with a small open kitchen. Plant-based restaurants seem to be sprouting up all over Toronto. But at 123, which occupies a sunny corner space on nightlife-dense Queen West, founders Mark Kupfert and Daniel Suss saw an opportunity to play with a new day-to-night concept. To start, we got the 123 Loaded Sweet Potato which included chimichurri, cashew cream, scallions, radish, arugula, coconut, and chili sin carne , which was very large and had a perfect flavour combination between the crisp, cool arugula and warm, savoury chili. Cold-Pressed Green Cosmo: cold-pressed cucumber and lime juices, vodka, Cointreau.
My mom and I decided to sit at a couple of bar stools facing Queen Street, in front of an open window, and we ordered fairly quickly. And there's a new one germinating in West Queen West. Hello 123 1122 Queen West, at Lisgar, 416-532-3555, is the cafe and snack bar answer to Toronto's favourite plant-based fast-casual spot,. Open Today: 10:30am-4:00pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm Monday10:30am -4:00pm, 5:00pm -11:00pm Tuesday10:30am -4:00pm, 5:00pm -11:00pm Wednesday10:30am -4:00pm, 5:00pm -11:00pm Thursday10:30am -4:00pm, 5:00pm -11:00pm Friday10:00am -4:00pm, 5:00pm -11:00pm Saturday10:00am -4:00pm, 5:00pm -11:00pm Sunday10:00am -4:00pm, 5:00pm -11:00pm 1. Can be served on a bun or in a lettuce wrap. Here's a closer look at the dishes on the menu.
Hello 123, from the founders behind , is slated to open this summer at 1122 Queen St. For the smashed avocado burger, a house patty with walnuts comes topped with red onion, lettuce, aïoli, avocado and a pickle, with a side of greens and roasted rutabaga. The space is on the corner of Queen Street West and occupies a space that used to be a variety store. Chana chaat: brown rice, roasted cauliflower, chickpea chana, coconut raita, green and red chutneys, cucumber, carrot, cabbage, onion and crushed seeds. This place won't be entirely gluten-free, though there will be plenty of wheat-less options available. . .
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