Toronto – Canada


When I tried Planta it was a ordinary monday evening at 6,30 and it was almost packed . That surprised me a lot… what does it happen on a Saturday night? As soon as I tried their food and enjoyed the super efficient service I realized the reason of such a great success.

This lovely spot in Toronto celebrates innovative cuisine without the use of any animal products and its cuisine, captained by talented Chef Michael Parubocki, truly delighted my non-vegan friends. 

The restaurant’s vision is to celebrate innovative cuisine in a beautiful environment without the use of any animal products.

I loved the water with fresh lemon slices filled in your glass faultless and the full attention of the staff. But the food is the big deal here. You have a lot of choices. You can enjoy their pizza and snacks as well as their amazing large plates.

My love goes totally for their crab-cakes. They are illegal! 

I love Planta to the moon and back.




Eric Tucker

Eric Tucker can be defined a pioneer with no fear of being contradicted. He opened his Millennium Restaurant in the far 1984 in San Francisco when the Vegan wave was still sleeping and not even ready to show up. Graduated at the The Natural Gourmet Cookery School in NYC this talented and audacious Chef after 2o years in San Francisco moved The Millennium to Oakland in a quiter location.  

His clientele today is half strict vegans and half avid foodies looking for new dining experience. His cuisine, as per his definition, is ‘globally influenced plant based‘ with a solid view on sustainable and organic ingredients

Not to be missed his books:

The Artful Vegan: Fresh Flavors from the Millennium Restaurant

The Millennium Cookbook: Extraordinary Vegetarian Cuisine


photo from the website

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