Here are a few more piccies of vegan stuff I found to eat on my trip to Canada.
Little Caesars veggie pizza
Both the crust and the sauce at Little Caesars are vegan, so it’s a doddle to order a vegan pizza. They weren’t chintzy on the veggies either. I did miss the Cheezly that I have on homemade pizzas, but it was still really yummy. $10.99 for a large pizza.
New York Fries
These are nothing like fast food fries (and that’s a good thing). They leave the skin on the taters, for one, and they’re fried in non-hydrogenated sunflower oil (unlike, say, McDeaths, who fry theirs in beef tallow).
Not only that, but you can load them up with your choice of toppings: onion, chopped tomatoes, olives, pickled onion, hot peppers, relish, ketchup, mustard, two different hot sauces, two different vinegars, and two seasoning powders.
Super yummtastic. Around $2.85 for a small order.
Falafel at Extreme Pita
This was really good, though not as nice as the falafel at Happy Camel. $5.79 for a “small”, which actually was a good size.
Veggie Sub at Quiznos
Mmmm, delicious, most especially because it had guacamole on it. More pricey than Subway, though, $5.99 for a small.
Oriental Veggie House
Very tasty food at this Chinese vegetarian restaurant. Not as good as the Bo Kong in Vancouver, but still deelish. Above photo is Peking veggie beef hotpot. Also had lemon “chicken”, roast “duck”, mushroom fried rice, stir-fried veggies and spring rolls. You can peruse their menu here.
Taco at Taco Bell
At first glance, the menu at Taco Bell doesn’t have any veggie (never mind vegan) options. But you can substitute refried beans for meat in anything. This is a crispy taco with beans, lettuce, tomato and hot sauce. mmm, mmm, good. And only 99 cents.
And on the flight back:
Saag aloo with rice and chutney
Again, pretty decent for airline food, though I would have appreciated some garlic in the saag aloo. The chutney was a nice touch. Also had a small white dinner roll, marinated bean salad, small bottle of water, and for dessert, the typical thing vegans get served when no one knows what else to give them: fruit salad.
All in all, I have to say it was pretty easy to find vegan food in Canada. Next I’ll be blogging about some food booty I brought back with me, including totally-to-die-for organic vegan maple sandwich biscuits!