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Gourmet Vegan?Food Service Launches In Toronto’s Financial District

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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 venturehere.

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