Close to 10% of Canadians identify as either vegan or vegetarian. Many more can be classified as “flexitarian”, not cutting out meat entirely, but swapping it out for trendy plant-based eating much of the time for environmental and/or health reasons. While grocery options are expanding, dining out can be problematic for this group, especially vegans - and especially those looking for a truly satisfying experience. Toronto’s Rosalinda restaurant is looking to change that. Rosalinda opened in the spring of 2018, the brainchild of Toronto restaurateurs Jamie Cook, Max Rimaldi and Grant van Gameren. This trio was also responsible (sometimes together, sometimes individually) for other well-known eateries including Pizzeria Libretto, Tennessee Tavern, and Bar Isabel.
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