TORONTO — Chase Hospitality Group will be launching a new restaurant concept built around whole-meal salads.
Palm Lane is set to open Oct. 2 in Toronto’s Yorkville Village. With a menu focused on whole-meal salads and grain- and legumes-based bowls. The 2,000-sq.-ft. fast-casual restaurant will seat 65 guests and place equal emphasis on take-out and catering.
When designing the menu, Chase Hospitality Group president Steven Salm called on culinary director Tyler Shedden to rethink the humble salad, drawing on inspiration from his trips around the world.
“Palm Lane is here to prove that having a salad as a meal everyday does not have to be monotonous,” says Salm. “We have over 80 ingredients to choose from, so that every item featured on Palm Lane’s menu is truly unique. As always with Chase Hospitality Group, the emphasis is on fresh and sustainably sourced, so you can feel good about what you eat.”
With more than 80 ingredients to choose from, diners can build their own salad or bowl, or select the featured salads and bowls that range from $12 to $14.