Gorilla Foods - Richards St

Overall rating: 4.5 stars 44 Reviews
Raw food restaurant, expanded in June 2014. Everything on the menu is gluten-free and raw, including raw pizza, lasagna, chocolate fudge, fresh juices. Price: Moderate more-less
All Raw, Vegan, Organic, Western, Juice bar, Catering, Delivery, Take-out
436 Richards Street
Vancouver, British Columbia BC V6B 2Z3
604-684-3663
Closed now

Mon-Sun 11:00am-6:00pm

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First Review by powergyoza
nickb
nickb
  • vegan
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+121

Great raw vegan food

5
Posted on 11 / 08 / 2014

This is the best raw vegan restaurant I have been to. The menu is very extensive and creative, and the food beautifully prepared & very healthy. We ordered lasagne & a burger, both of which were delicious.. The smoothies we ordered were also delicious, especially the one with cacao. I also liked the ambience & atmosphere in the restaurant, which had a simple but funky design.

Pros: Very healthy & creative food, Cool ambience & atmosphere, 100% raw vegan
Cons: A little pricey
lil.ragdoll.angel
lil.ragdoll.angel
  • vegan
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+36

Best raw pizza I've tried! :D

4
Posted on 11 / 05 / 2014

This was one of my go-to places when I was on a vegan raw food diet. I have tried everything on their menu and I have to say my favourites are definitely the pizzas (the Morrocan? one is my favourite)!
The raw desserts don't impress me too much, I've had better here in Vancouver and it's more pricey here. Yea, it's a bit more expensive than other raw food places, the burgers are very small compared to other raw burgers I had around here, but they are still very delicious!! :)
Beautiful presentation and healthy. I also recommend the juices and smoothies.
I wish they would open up a location around commercial drive! :D

Pros: Excellent raw food, Friendly staff, Atmosphere
Cons: Expensive, Location is a little hard to find & far, Not much seating
VegNYC
VegNYC
  • vegan
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+22

Good potential

3
Posted on 09 / 02 / 2014

A good vegan, raw option. I appreciated the extensive menu options, but the food I got was just okay.



Spats
Spats
  • vegan
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+18

Not enough good things to say about this place!

5
Posted on 03 / 22 / 2014

Soooooo Good!! Only wish they would open up more shops outside of the downtown core!


CoeurDeLouve
CoeurDeLouve
  • vegan
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+34

Bliss, joy, and satisfaction

5
Posted on 03 / 18 / 2014

Yes, those are the feelings I experience EVERY TIME I come to this establishment.

It starts with the music. A mix of positive, cadent rhythms capable of washing any care away.

Then we have the service: dedicated, happy people that just love working there and want you to have a good experience, never short of suggestions and good wishes for your day.

Now, we have the food. I honestly think that my body actually cheers when the chunks of deliciousness, nutritiousness, quality, and fairtradedness, descend into my gastric tract and get absorbed into my body. A true elixir for wellbeing. I think our bodies were designed to consume THIS FOOD because after, I feel energized, happy, and ready to take on the world!

I have tried everything in the menu, and I conclude that this is one of the few establishments where you could not go wrong with a wild choice even if you mean to.

The drinks are plain happiness antidotes that will not come a stop short of any expectations of fulfillment, nutrition, and a cure for whatever it is that is ailing you.

With deserts, I tread carefully because having just one serving seems impossible, you just have to mentalise yourself that you have got to stop at one.

I come here to get nourished, to get a treat, to take a breather. It is such a magical place with the décor and art as well. A rare gem of well roundedness that is hard to find in cities.

They also have a mini-store that stocks my office drawers for an emergency pick-me up.

Thank you for all the happiness you give me Gorilla, you have a special place in my heart!

Pros: quality, raw, atmosphere
Cons: none
KristinaMarie
KristinaMarie
  • vegan
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+16

Amazing raw, vegan food in Vancouver

5
Posted on 03 / 17 / 2014

I travel extensively for work and as a strict vegan, it's tough to find food that I can eat anywhere. I always have to search for food and then get days worth of takeout to eat at the office while I stay in the area. As soon as I got into town, i stopped into gorilla food. A raw vegan's dream! Out of this world fresh, organic juice, raw vegan sandwiches and beautiful, exciting salads. I took two days worth of take out and stopped back to buy another day's worth of office food. Great prices and definitely worth every penny. Staff was friendly and the line for lunch was out the door; apparently most people know about the little gem. I highly recommend it.

Pros: Organic and fresh, Extensive menu, Great staff
lovela5
lovela5
  • vegan
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+157

Good in general

2
Posted on 09 / 14 / 2013

The food was good but very overpriced. $7 for a tiny slice of pizza - crazy

Pros: Good food, healthy food
Cons: way too pricey
BradenPollock
BradenPollock
  • vegan
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+130

Don't miss this place.

3
Posted on 06 / 15 / 2013

Gorilla is a small place that's usually crowded because the food is that good. Fresh, raw, organic and all vegan. You can't get much healthier than that. Try the collard green wrap or any of the pizzas.

Pros: quick and friendly service, lots of desserts
Cons: not many tables
VeganFamilyAtlanta
VeganFamilyAtlanta
  • vegan
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+22

Crowded

3
Posted on 06 / 09 / 2013

This place has very few seats, and most people take their food to go. It was so crowded, that it was hard to enjoy. Everything on the menu if raw, i.e. prepared via chopping, juicing, dehydrating. It’s surprising how many things they offer. That was our first time eating raw, and it was an interesting experience. Food tasted good, and we really liked juices and smoothies. However, the portions were very small, and we left a bit hungry. Clientele included office workers on lunch break, students, a few hippy-looking folks, and some tourists.

Pros: 100% organic, Food is very fresh
Cons: Very crowded and small place, Small portions, Non-vegan friends won't like it
vegan frog
vegan frog
  • vegan
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+523

On the hippie side

3
Posted on 10 / 28 / 2012

Gorilla Foods is a hippie place in a rough (ish) part of town. The food is very good but I don't like to eat in there, because it's tiny and always packed.
Their sandwiches and raw pizza are great, although sometimes on the bland side. But the prices for organic raw food are right. Great for lunch if you are downtown.

Pros: Raw and organic, All vegan, no need to ask questions
Cons: Small
amarello
amarello
  • vegan
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+144

yummy!

5
Posted on 08 / 14 / 2012

I would have eaten here more than once if they didn't have such limited hours (close at 6pm). I wasn't staying nearby, so I only managed to make it here once. But I got a great meal (pizza) and highly recommend it if you're in the area before 6pm.

Pros: good value, healthy cuisine, excellent food
Cons: small, limited hours
CLRtraveller
CLRtraveller
  • vegan
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+543

good raw food

4
Posted on 06 / 29 / 2012

Appetizers include wraps, crackers, guacamole. Soup (seasonal greens, topped with salsa, served with raw bread) costs $7.20 + tax. Sandwiches. Salads: you get the Basic for $7.75, then add items from a long list (nori, seeds, crackers, zucchini hummus, etc.). Meals include lasagna, curry bowl, burgers, pizza. Then, there are treats and desserts, smoothies, juices and hot drinks.
Next day I had the Green Curry Nice Bowl: kale, broccoli, mound of alfalfa sprouts atop "ryce" made of veggies and seeds. There may have been wasabi in it; it bordered on being too hot for me. It was a big serving: I had two satisfying meals out of the one large bowl (took leftovers away in the plastic container I always carry).
Not fast food.

Pros: vegan raw food, extensive menu
thesafetyqueen
thesafetyqueen
  • vegetarian
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+26

Good food, great concept (but could be better)

3
Posted on 05 / 04 / 2012

With the following this place has, Gorilla Foods could definitely add a few more tables. I enjoyed the cafe atmosphere though and had a pleasant vegan surprise (I'm mostly vegetarian) - the dessert pie I had was yummy washed down with warming herbal tea. The Double Delhi Burger was good although I noticed they forgot to put the dark slice of bread that they served the other diners. I look forward to trying the more substantial meals on the menu - the burger I had was smallish.

Pros: healthy & sugar-free desserts, good atmosphere
Cons: small seating capacity, inconsistent service, expensive
kimward8
kimward8
  • vegan
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+389

Raw Food

2
Posted on 03 / 24 / 2012

I didn't like my sandwich, but that is probably because I like cooked food and regular bread. The smoothie was not sweet at all, so not very tasty. Everything tasted very healthy (like most raw food places), but was not very satisfying for someone not used to raw food. I really liked the decor though, with a jungle theme, and the staff was really friendly, and the food came quickly.


saveur
saveur
  • vegan
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+352

Hit or Miss...

4
Posted on 03 / 22 / 2012

Sadly, this is more of a lunch-only place since they close at 6pm, but I was lucky that my first meal was incredible because it kept me hooked, even though my subsequent meals have been lackluster. My favourite meal has been the Monkey St sandwich with the curry squash flax bread. The bread was nice and soft, not overtly flavoured, but the tapenade worked well against the zucchini hummus and avocado with the overflowing sprouts. I will admit that I was not a fan of the jungle coleslaw (not that flavourful) and thought the peanut selecta pizza was just ok (the peanut sauce does not have a deep peanut flavour, unfortunately, so it wasn't that flavourful - but I loved that it had a crisp pizza crust and I could eat it with my hands!). For smoothies, my favourite has been the strawberry bliss up although the strawberrry flavour was not that pronounced but I liked the hint of maca. For the desserts, I recommend the chocolate hempseed pie (nice and smooth), the carrot cake and the apple pie. I didn't really dig the much-hyped avocado lime pie. For the treats, my favourite was the butterfly bliss although it didn't really taste like caramel to me. Did not really like the chocolate protein orbs, or the jungle peanut butter cups. Not that sweet, but the protein orb was more chalky and the peanut butter orb didn't really taste like peanuts.


QuothTheRaven
QuothTheRaven
  • vegan
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+1365

Yuck

2
Posted on 02 / 28 / 2012

So, I'm not a raw vegan, I don't plan to be but my husband and I decided to try this raw vegan restaurant on a whim. Walking in I get the overwhelming vibe or pretension. It's a very small restaurant with limited seating in a basement building. It felt dark, crowded and unwelcoming. We ordered something that sounded somewhat appetizing. Neither of us were impressed with our dishes nor the service.

Pros: all vegan
Cons: unfriendly staff, crowded, gross food
mcgyver68
mcgyver68
  • vegetarian
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+51

Safe and quite good

5
Posted on 11 / 29 / 2011

So let's face it, the Cambie/Hastings neighborhood is not exactly a welcoming scene (unless you happen to deal crack). Then you find this famous place... in a hole... under a building, offering food for gorillas. -- Just, go inside, grab a menu and order anything. The people running the place are young and beautiful and obviously very happy with their job and the product the make. I had some raw food roll ups in a collard wrap with raisin chutney. The chutney really accents the strong flavors in the rolls with a sweet and savory presence that I did not expect. I also had one of their power smoothies which was also quite good. Keep in mind that the serving sizes appear to be very small. This is consistent with all the raw food places I have been. But it doesn't matter because the servings are quite filling, even if they appear too small.

I will return and this place has earned a spot on my list of permanent eateries while on the road. Try it!

Pros: Great food, Great people, Cozy
Cons: Outside looks scary, Parking, Neighborhood zombies
Nathan
Nathan
  • vegan
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+128

Great place, cozy atmosphere, dependable menu

5
Posted on 11 / 26 / 2011

I've eaten here many, many times. Their menu is tried, tested and true. Everything is tasty and made with love. Their Green Glory juice is my absolute favorite; Blueberry Blaze smoothie is "to live for"; Main Street Monkey sandwich top notch.

It's one of two of my favorite spots to eat & drink in Vancouver hands down.

It's charm is it's pitfall: it's very small (seats only 19)

Pros: Good prices, Fresh ingredients, Awesome drinks/smoothies
Cons: Small place
trishb
trishb
  • mostly-vegetarian
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+12

Great food and lots of variety

4
Posted on 10 / 29 / 2011

Stopped by for lunch when visiting Vancouver. This was my experience. Strawberry bliss was exactly that... bliss in your mouth. Wonderful smoothie. The maui waui pizza was delicious. The Go Veggie burger was good, but challenging to eat - a little messy with the lettuce as a burger. The carrot cake was wonderfully created with just the perfect amount of spice.

Pros: healthy cuisine, excellent food, variety
Cons: a little expensive, staff could be friendlier
slowpoketales
slowpoketales
  • vegan
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+18

Nummy-Yummy.

4
Posted on 08 / 24 / 2011

After going vegan and having a better understanding of raw foods, I decided to try this place out. When you first walk inside, it's fun, relaxed and cozy. There's an open-concept kitchen where you can see cooks prepping food. Cool. The staff at the order counter always seem like they're too busy to be standing there, which in turns makes me feel uncomfortable. That's the only thing I would change about this place. Put a smile on, woman!
I got over the unfriendly face, and have visited Gorilla Food a handful of times. Each time the food was very good. Sometimes it was excellent. I know I'll be back to try more items like the salads, mains and pizzas. Oh! And more desserts. Mmm... So yeah, let's just say the food makes up for the friendliness.
S'weed as Green Curry Veggie Maki:
Light, refreshing and seaweed-ish. Good for you but requires a special palate to enjoy.
Main St. Monkey:
This is my favourite sandwich. My omnivore roommate Max really liked it, too. He was reluctant to try it at first because of the mountain of sprouts, but after tasting it, he loved it. Try it.
Dreamy Cream Avocado Carrot Basil Soup:
Not a fan. I understand organic veggies can get pricey, but $6.50 for a tiny bowl of soup? Non merci.
GO Veggie Burger:
I got this burger and asked the chef to serve it on a lettuce leaf bun. Oh boy, was it ever hard to eat! But don't get me wrong: it tasted ah-mazing!
Strawberry Cloud Almond Shake:
I ordered this shake to-go, which may have been a bad idea. It wasn't refreshing because it wasn't really cold; it was more like lukewarm. I'm not sure what the idea with serving their drinks lukewarm, but I don't like it. On the bright side, the shake was made from excellent ingredients, it didn't give me a sugar crash and helped me get my daily quota of fruits. Would I order this item again? Only in the restaurant, where I could make sure it is served cold or at least chilled.
Our Daily Juice:
The day I got my Main St. Monkey sandwich, I got the daily juice. It contained carrots, beets, ginger and possibly something else. I can't remember. I wasn't a fan, but I drank it anyway because I knew how good it was for me. Beets and ginger do wonders to an exhausted body.
Carrot Cake:
Heaven. I don't know much else to say about this item besides 'Try it now'. TRY IT NOW! :)

Overall, I would recommend this place to anyone, especially vegans. Duh. Also, I'm sure most omnis with a decent palate can appreciate this place.

Pros: Excellent Quality, Calm Atmosphere, Variety
Cons: Hospitality, Speed
CharYvy
CharYvy
  • vegan
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+38

Delicious.

5
Posted on 06 / 12 / 2011

I just went to Gorilla Food for lunch and I was so impressed! I ordered the Southern Fire Veggie Burger with a side of coleslaw and carrot cake for dessert. The veggie burger was great (just so so so great), the coleslaw was so amazing (I want more!), and the cake was absolutely lovely. So sweet!
I am vegan, and like to eat raw when I can. Everything on Gorilla Food's menu is raw, vegan, gluten free, and sugar free! Which means I finally have my choice of anything on a menu! I can't wait to go back and try more dishes!

Pros: Delicious, MANY options, good service
Cons: pricey, it was sort of full, the restaurant is too small
stawamas
stawamas
  • vegan
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+30

Gorilla Foods

4
Posted on 02 / 09 / 2011

Great food, friendly staff, 100% organic raw and vegan!

Pros: Great food, Friendly staff, Reasonable prices
Cons: Slow service if they're busy, Pay parking only, Not a convenient location
nenni
nenni
  • vegan
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+47

Omnom

5
Posted on 11 / 26 / 2010

Every time I'm in Vancouver, I always make sure I have time to eat here.
I've eaten many things off of their menu, but most importantly, I've eaten their lime avacado "cheesecake", and I felt like crying. It.was.amazing. Their staff is super friendly (gave us a free cookie once!). The only mild problem is it can get a bit cramped, but it's worth it, I think!

Pros: delicious , friendly, vegan
Cons: crowded at times
earthville
earthville
  • vegan
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+772

Oh, delight!

5
Posted on 10 / 18 / 2010

Great, place, sweet people, and tasty, creative food.

- The Strawberry Bliss shake lived up to its name.
- The Maui Waui pizza was also quite tasty. Like all raw pizza, it's rather unlike a conventional pizza pie, but a very nice blend of flavors and textures nonetheless.
- Had an avocado pie for dessert that was heavenly...

As with most raw places, due to the cost of quality ingredients, portions aren't huge, so a person with a substantial appetite won't get full for cheap, but i found Gorilla Foods' pricing to be quite fair for the quality. It's easy to recommend to anyone for drinks and desserts (and of course for full meals too if either you're not too hungry or you don't mind spending a bit to fill up).

Will certainly come again next time i'm in Vancouver!

Pros: Creative, tasty raw food, All organic and all vegan (no worries), Very nice staff
Cons: Costs can add up if you're hungry
vegansaladparty
vegansaladparty
  • vegan
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+21

awesome

5
Posted on 09 / 27 / 2010

the food is healthy and organic plus it tastes great.
the service is warm and welcoming.
the location is downtown, easy to get to, and always has something going on.
i'm addicted to their veggie burgers~ i think of them often.

i've been eating aaron's food for years, even way back when he had the rooted cafe on commercial.... he's got some serious kitchen talent plus he's a really nice guy!

the prices are good considering it's all organic and some of the items take 22.5 hours to make. the portions are good too. no where else in the city does it like this.

Pros: good services, good prices, yummmmmy!!!!
Stevie
Stevie
  • vegan
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+2660

Gorilla Foods, Vancouver

4
Posted on 08 / 11 / 2010

I have just been to this restaurant. I think this is the 1st time I have ever been to an all raw food eatery so I was interested in the experience. Anywhere that is all vegan vego catches my attention anyway so I was happy to give it a blast.

There's plenty to choose from on the menu, so much so I couldn't decide what to have (a wonderful luxury when it happens). I asked the helpful girl behind the counter what she recommended and went with that. I ended up having a slice of pesto pizza with a home made coleslaw salad. Added to this was a smoothie that had strawberries in as well as some other things no doubt.

When I seen the size of the pizza slice and the salad I was slightly concerned that it wouldn't fill me but that was a misguided thought on my part. It seemed a little on the pricey to me for what was being dished up (around $18.50 Canadian for the lot) but from now having eaten elsewhere in Vancouver the pricing seems to be par for the course. The vibe of the place was quite vibrant, I can imagine it gets very busy over lunch time.

Centrally located in downtown Vancouver.
Updated from previous review on Wednesday August 11, 2010
Updated from previous review on Wednesday August 11, 2010

Pros: 100% vegan veggie, Central, Nice vibe
julianne
julianne
  • vegan
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+28

yummy food but nowhere to sit!!

4
Posted on 05 / 19 / 2010

I ate in this restaurant a few times while visiting Vancuover last year. If you can go in the afternoon when everyone else is in work it is great as there is room to sit down! But it is quite a small place and I think it has outgrown its size. There deffo needs to be more seating area.

I had pizza and one of the veggie sandwhiches. They were both very yummy.

I also got quite a few cookies and cake to take away which were all very yummy!!

Over all needs to be a bigger place with more seats but the food is yummy the staff are friendly and the atmosphere and ambience is great.

Good value for money for organic food.

Pros: cool place, friendly staff, cakes and cookies
Cons: not enough room
Koemi
Koemi
  • vegetarian
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+13

Some of the best raw fare in the city

5
Posted on 05 / 07 / 2010

My boyfriend and I ate here once and are looking very forward to returning! The food and juices were fantastic! Dessert?.....O M G YUM!

Pros: Friendly staff, YUMMY!!!
Cons: Cash only, Scant Seating
karenmar
karenmar
  • vegetarian
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+39

this is good....

5
Posted on 05 / 06 / 2010

I had dinner here three times during my 6 days in Vancouver, based on the reviews I had read on Happy Cow and the fact that I was craving raw food!!! I had the Nice Bowl - ryce made from veggies and seeds with warm marinated curry seasoned veggies, leaves and sprouts and a sweet magenta juice, a lovely coleslaw, one of the seaweed wraps, and the Great Gorilla salad. Highly recommended, quick and friendly service. Not many seats but worth waiting around for one if you don't go the takeaway option.

I wish there was a place like this near where I live!!!

Pros: excellent food, healthy , friendly staff
Cons: not many seats
scocasso
scocasso
  • vegan
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+93

Rawlicious

4
Posted on 04 / 10 / 2010

If I were a layperson, I would consider the portions to be small and the cost to be great.

I thought that the quality justified the price, at least in this day of quality organic food costing a great deal over their chemical counterparts.

Pros: quality, preperation, tasty
Cons: in the city
Deneige
Deneige
  • vegetarian
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+28

Funky little window of goodness

5
Posted on 12 / 05 / 2009

I have not had a chance to check out Gorilla Food's new restaurant but have spent plenty of time at the lovely little pick-up window.
My friend worked here in the past and was always impressed with what went on behind the scenes. The quality of products used is one of the best in the city and when it says raw it really is.
I love love love the ginger nori crackers, you have to try them :-)

Pros: Excellent raw foods, Very creative cuisine
Cons: Location, Short Hours
thelink
thelink
  • vegan
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+117

WOW!

5
Posted on 09 / 20 / 2009

We had lunch at Gorilla Foods once while on holiday in Vancouver in June.

It was our first time ever in a cafe that serves only raw food and we were very impressed.

We had a couple of different raw food pizzas and some salads and it was all sooo yummy and sooo creative.

I wish I could make raw food treats like that! There are a couple of different raw food cook books on sale at the cafe for those who feel inspired.

The atmosphere and music in this basement cafe was cool and the staff really friendly.


Mighty Vegan
Mighty Vegan
  • vegan
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+72

I was in heaven!

5
Posted on 09 / 13 / 2009

My husband and I were visiting Vancouver for a weekend. We discovered Gorilla foods and we fell in love with the place and the food. We ate there 3 times over our time in Vancouver because we could not get enough of it. The ambience of the place is so inviting, relaxing and transports you to an oasis. We loved the the maui waui, the falafel, and the lettuce wraps. My all time favorite thing that they make is the Choco gorilla shake. It is truly heaven! The fudge dessert is amazing as well. I highly recommend dining at gorilla. You won't be disappointed!

Pros: delicious raw food, pretty reasonable prices, choco gorilla shake
Quinlan
Quinlan
  • vegan
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+17

A gem

5
Posted on 08 / 17 / 2009

Some of the best raw food I've had. Small place with lots of character and a charming staff who make you feel right at home. A must visit for vegans in Vancoever.

Pros: Fab food, Charming staff, Fair prices
pahnked
pahnked
  • mostly-vegetarian
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+9

Food as it is supposed to be

4
Posted on 04 / 25 / 2009

Gorilla's serves great raw food that is pleasing to the eye, tingles your taste buds and does not empty your wallet. Staff is really nice, Atmosphere is relaxed and setting is very cosy. Good vibes all around

Pros: Quality ingredients, Delectable cookies, Good selection
philjdomm
philjdomm
  • vegan
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+398

yum around wifi corner

4
Posted on 12 / 23 / 2008

had the chili leaf taco and choco shake...wow!


bijouliving
bijouliving
  • mostly-vegetarian
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+18

new space at Gorilla

4
Posted on 11 / 15 / 2008

i've tried to eat here before but it was just a window - now there's seating - and it's cozy. go try it!

Pros: clean, the food made me feel good, friendly
Cons: cash only, too far from the west end!
Guest
Guest

#1 best raw food restaurant ever!!

5
Posted on 11 / 14 / 2008

amazing food run by people committed to the lifestyle. must appreciate the idealism. only place to eat in vancouver, see you there folks! My only criticism is that it should be open 24/7


  • Jeffrey Jeffrey

    Hi Nycpeeps, I liked your review. I haven't tried this place yet, but it sounds great. I'll give it a go the next time I am in Vancouver. It has a great name as well.

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djmofoword
djmofoword
  • vegan
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+27

Bhangra dance party in my mouth

5
Posted on 08 / 21 / 2008

Its true! if your in vancouver its a must! 100 organic, raw and love

Pros: positive vibe, food, aaron
lisalovessteve
lisalovessteve
  • vegetarian
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+17

one of our favourites!

5
Posted on 07 / 11 / 2008

First the kiosk window, now 2 doors down in the wonderful lower level calm and groovy oasis restaurant space, we have loved Gorilla Foods for awhile!
Great smoothies, juices, thai wraps with fig chutney, nori rolls, falafel, flax crackers and decedant desserts.


waxnumber3
waxnumber3
  • vegan
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+42

yummy pizza!

5
Posted on 05 / 28 / 2008

i love this place. the pesto pizza is awesome! i had a smoothie and tried my boyfriend's shake. both were delicious. we also had a perfect little piece of fudge. hooray for raw food!

Pros: awesome food, friendly staff, nice atmosphere
Cons: little pricey
NinjaKitty
NinjaKitty
  • raw
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+14

Best RAW food in the Universe!!!

5
Posted on 01 / 28 / 2008

Gorilla Food is simply some of the BEST food I've ever had! AND it's *RAW*!!! Delicious, nutritious and served up by one of the nicest people I've met - owner Aaron. Once we found this place, we ate there three days in a row!

The only downsides:
1. I have developed a serious craving for their kale salad with cilantro walnut dressing.
2. I live in Los Angeles and Gorilla Food is in Vancouver.

Please open a LA location!!!

Pros: Fresh, delicious and flavorful, Nicest owner and staff, Amazingly affordable
Cons: Too far from Los Angeles
powergyoza
powergyoza
  • raw
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+23

Tasty Lasagna treat

5
Posted on 12 / 23 / 2007

The lasagna was very tasty and the proprietors very friendly and helpful. Highly recommended. Too bad I won't be in Vancouver when they open they're new location with seating!


Guest
Guest

What a GEM

5
Posted on 06 / 21 / 2007

I can't say enough good stuff about Gorilla Foods! Friendly, happy, folks making amazing raw foods. So far, I've enjoyed the nori rolls, collard wraps, pizza (OMG YUM), kale salad, etc and every single thing has been wonderful. I'm so glad I found this place, and no I'm not getting paid for this glowing review...it's just that good!

Pros: Delicious, Very nice folks, Healthy

 

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