Keto Caveman Cafe specializes in keto, paleo and vegan dishes. They’re now located right outside the International Village Mall (next to the McDonalds). They have two other locations (Vegan Cave Cafe and Keto Caveman Davie).
The inside is small with a couple tables and booths but you still walk up to the counter to order and pay.
The menu consists of burrito/burger/sandwiches, pizza, soups/salads/platters and pasta/plates.
They have a large selection of keto and gluten free baked goods and carry several flavours of Tality Kombucha.
Big jump in price though (the old location had entrees starting at $10.39).
We dropped in on a Saturday afternoon (around 2:30pm) and it wasn’t too busy. )
Lamb & beef patty, tomato, spring mix, onions, bell peppers, cheese and mushroom. We upgraded to the cassava ($2.00). We opted for the sauce, which was tasty, but made the cassava very soft. Patty had a good texture.
Vegan lasagna ($14.99)
Mix of zucchini, yam, eggplant and cheese. Good flavour but the portion isn’t the most filling. In a nutshell, it’s a vegetarian lasagna without any carbs.
We dropped in on a Thursday evening (around 9:45pm).
Beef burrito ($7.99)
This was one of their limited time offers. B upgraded to a gluten free wrap ($2.00 extra) and went with the avocado sauce.
Burrito is stuffed with rice, shredded beef, bell peppers, tomato, cucumber, red onion and lettuce. The meat really needed more sauce. There’s not much flavour going on but it’s healthy eats.
Traditional platter ($12.99)
Veggies and protein (we opted for the lamb) on a bed of spiced rice and beans with a salad and hummus. I opted for the roasted jalapeño garlic sauce which added a nice kick to it. Couldn’t tell the difference between the spiced rice; tasted like normal rice to me. The dollop of hummus was a nice touch. Salad was healthy but plain. Lamb patties were decent but not gamey enough.
If you’re looking for healthy options, KCB will hit the spot.
88 W Pender Street