scrambled tofu with facon, hash and gluten free toast $12(?)
Clearly I rely on the internet for pretty much everything. So much so I never jot down prices etc I just expect a menu to be online. Which is why my prices are sometimes pretty hazy so sorry -as Sadie's does not have a menu online.
In planning my trip to Toronto it was fantastic happenstance that Michael had been a few months earlier. I drooled over his postings and was quite excited (at least food wise) for my trip!
Sadie's was the first proper veg place I sought out. I thought it'd be best to load up on some alcohol soaking stomach lining before I went and had an afternoon of cocktails with Michelle at TIFF.
Having walked quite a long distance there (and staying in the "Gaybourhood") I was wondering WHERE THE HELL IS THE GLUT OF SEXY QUEER LESBOS I HAD BEEN PROMISED/DREAMING ABOUT were. The answer - Sadie's was full of them (hilariously there was only ONE man while I was there who was quite clearly a serious Dykon - in a full restaurant).
So that made Sadie's pleasant straight up.
Secondly the menu wasn't anything special just vegan diner food (I say that so glibly after spending so much time in LA) but my tofu scramble and hash was freaking delicious! The ladies who work there were lovely and the facon was THE BEST FREAKIN FACON IVE EVER HAD. Wouldn't expect less from a Canuck but it was like maple smoked facon. WHO MAKES THAT SHIT.
I'm sad I didn't get to go to Sadie's another time during my stay. I created a Googlemap (highly suggest doing this wherever you go) of all the places I wanted to go and the veg food nearby so that took me on some seriously amazing food adventures (SO MUCH FOOD).
504 Adelaide Street West, Toronto web: sadie's myspace
other voices, other times:
where's the beef?
chronicles of a hungry man
it ain't meat babe (MY FAVE Canadian vegan blog)
until we eat again
ate by ate (Canadians loving the puns clearly)
drawn and devoured (this is SO adorbz)
vegan butthole explosion (LOVE YOU)
high heeled herbivore