Gourmet Vegan Food Service Launches In Toronto's Financial District

The new concept aims to deliver tasty food while minimizing the environmental footprint
Planta Burger is the latest installment of the plant-based restaurant expansion of Chase Hospitality Group

Planta Burger - Chase Hospitality Group's latest plant-based restaurant concept - will open on September 5 in Toronto's financial district.

The new vegan eatery will launch in the space currently housed by seafood restaurant Little Fin.

Sustainable

The menu - a collaboration between chef David Lee and Chase Hospitality Group [CHG] culinary director Tyler Shedden - focuses on high quality, responsibly-sourced ingredients.

CHG's mission is to deliver delicious food, while minimizing the environmental footprint.

"Planta Burger reflects Chase Hospitality Group's ongoing commitment to sustainable, environmentally-responsible ingredients," says CHG president Steven Salm.

Salm went on to say: "We are dedicated to offering quick service at an affordable price point, and based on the rave reviews of Planta's burger, having fun with a spin-off was the obvious answer."

Dine-in experience

Featuring two nut-free and gluten-free patty options, the menu also offers a selection of sides including fries, onion rings, and buffalo cauliflower.

The restaurant puts emphasis on take-out and catering, with guests being able to have the full dine-in experience.

You can read more about Chase Hospitality Group's new venture here.

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