From the looks of it, you'd never really know that Toronto's Porter House is an all-vegan restaurant. Styled like a classic, cozy British pub, the new eatery was opened to provide a new place for meatless eaters to dine out. As for what kind of items you can expect on the menu, there's root vegetable salad, beer-battered potato dumplings, BBQ jackfruit sandwiches, lentil & ale pie, plus a rotation of six craft beers on tap.
The meatless menu is above all, authentic, without proteins from mock meats that try to imitate classic pub dishes that involve meat. For instance, the yuba sandwich is made from bean curd skins that have been roasted, marinated and shredded. Paired with earthy root vegetables, cranberry sauce and horseradish mayonnaise, there's hardly room for meat anyway in this hearty sandwich.