Mochi is a rice cake made from organic sticky brown rice. We cook the brown rice and then grind and knead it into a dough. After it cools down we package it in 284g blocks. To prepare, cut mochi into pieces, place in oven, under broiler or in a waffle iron, as mochi cooks it softens, puffs up and then goes crispy. Serve it freshly cooked with your favourite spreads or toppings. Mochi is an excellent gluten free alternative to toast or crackers. Mochi is considered a high energy food especially for soon to be or new mothers and also for endurance athletes.
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5 out of 5 starsposted 5 days ago
I love stopping in once in awhile, as I am not always near Market Square and parking is not that fun, but the food is.
What great cooks who are just so creative with their dishes and so yummy! I am not a vegetarian but my whole family and I enjoy it!
Come down to the Green Cuisine with an open mind, empty stomach and leave happy.
5 out of 5 starsposted 2 weeks ago
I really enjoyed eating here with my family! They have a large selection of dishes you can take on your plate. Everything was vegan and delicious. The food is fresh and very well made. Definitely one of the best places I've been to in Canada. Highly recommended!
P.s you have to try some of their desserts too, they are great.
5 out of 5 starsposted 1 week ago
So good. Tons of options /variety always changing. All good home made comfort style food from scratch, real whole foods.
My only issue would be that I spend way too much here... Up to 30$ a meal.
Soup at 3$ a bowl seems a bit steep but everything else is by weight so fair enough.
5 out of 5 starsposted 1 month ago
Love this gem of a vegan restaurant in the Bastion Market Square! The pay-by-weight buffet is fresh and beautiful. Delicious juices, green smoothies and heavenly shakes accompanied with a handmade energy bite or two make for a great nutrient dense and light lunch snack. This place never disappoints the palate and is reasonable on the pocketbook!