suup health bar

Vegetarian Directory Updates – January 2017

New Vegan Locations   SÜÜP Health Bar (382 Yonge Street, Unit 1, 416-977-1312, www.suuphealthbar.com) is a new healthy vegan eatery located downtown at Yonge and Gerrard. SüüP features… you guessed it- soup! If you’re not blown away by the idea of vegan soup for lunch, think again. There is a daily selection of eight different incredible soups, from Smokin’ Black Bean Chipotle to Un-Lobster Bisque, and these unique, flavourful soups will have you lining up day after day to get another bowl. There is also a great selection of salads and fusion burritos to pair with your soup. Again, while this doesn’t sound like groundbreaking vegan fare, the taste will change your mind. The Pad Ped Gai Thai Burrito with seasoned brown rice, marinated soy protein, sweet red pepper, carrots, green onion, Chinese eggplant, sugar snap peas, and a spicy Thai peanut sauce (pictured) is a blend of healthy ingredients in a filling and flavourful wrap. The salads are nutrient-packed, like the Supergrains Power Salad, a mixture of curly and baby kale and quinoa, loaded with red onion, carrots, sweet red pepper, toasted pecans, fresh blueberries, hemp hearts, sweet Asian dressing. The staff is also friendly and inviting, and are happy to… Read More


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Discount Profile: Suup Health Bar

Who doesn’t crave a hot, cozy soup in the winter in Toronto? Well isn’t it perfect timing that Suup Health Bar happens to be Toronto’s newest vegan lunch spot and that they’re giving a free soup to members of the Toronto Vegetarian Association! The first time I went I was overwhelmed with the options. The Enchilada, Bankok Curry and Un-Lobster Bisque were all calling my name. But I decided to give my meal a theme, so I ordered the Thai Butternut Squash Soup and the Thai Crunch Salad. The salad was a real treat: in addition to what you’d expect in a salad like fresh greens, carrots and cabbage, there were little packets of crunchy ramen noodles and almonds to sprinkle on top, and perfectly cooked vegetarian “chicken” strips. The bits of crunch were a perfect match with the creamy peanut dressing. I enjoyed my meal so much that I insisted the whole TVA staff team go back the next week to give it a try, and everyone was just as impressed as I. My colleagues raved about the Bahn-Mi Vietnamese Burrito, while I delighted in the Atomic Sushi Bowl: rice, their signature veggie chicken strips once again,… Read More


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