Gorilla Food is located near Waterfront station and serves only organic, vegan, and raw food. Nothing in this restaurant is cooked (think about how low their electricity bill must be!).
It has a really cool underground entrance with a sandwich board right in front of it. It totally has a hipster vibe. 😛
My friend ordered the Fairytale Tea because it sounded intriguing and magical. She loves all kinds of tea so this one hit the right note for her on such a cold, rainy day.
We got two things to share and the first item is actually an appetizer, Guacamole, Salsa and Crackers ($9.00). It came with a heaping amount of guac which we were both super happy about. The various crackers were all gluten free.
The guacamole was fresh and oh-so delicious with the crackers. The cracker shown in this picture is made of whole flax seeds and some dried tomato and herb that bound it together. It tasted absolutely amazing with the guac. Who knew gluten free crackers could be so good? We had extra guac after finishing the crackers so we purchased another side of these. Needless to say, we had a lottt of fiber that night… ahem.
We also shared The Mini Gorilla ($9.00) which is a combo salad packed with ‘delish and nourishing leafy freens, veggies, chili almonds, sunny-pate, olives, sprouts, avocado, almond, and super-food dressing.’