Toronto Restaurant Review: Whole Foods Market Markham (Rating: 2 out of 5)


I love going to Whole Foods Market not because it is very organized and clean, but also the service is superb because Whole Foods Market’s staff would bring you to the product you are looking for in person while the staff in other supermarkets would just point you to which aisle is your product is located.

Not only I love shopping there, I also want to try their prepared food because they look so fresh and organic.  Therefore, this morning I have decided to go on a little adventure and try their food.

Even though Whole Foods Market open from 9am to 9pm everyday, they did not have much choice of prepared food before 11am. When I got there around 10:40am, all they had were burritos.  They did not even have soups yet. Therefore, I got myself a Vegetarian Breakfast Burrito ($3.99 CAN) and a Breakfast Sausage Burrito ($4.49 CAN).


I also bought a hot chocolate ($3.00 CAN for 12 ounces) from the drink bar (they made it in-house like Starbucks) and tried a sample of cold blended mocha. The mocha was PRETTY GOOD.  In total including taxes, I paid close to $13 CAN.

So here I am. Sitting in a very modernized and comfy place and ready to enjoy my breakfast.  To be honest with you, I did not feel I am having breakfast at a supermarket at all. In the picture below, the two on the left side are Vegetarian Breakfast Burrito and the two on the right are Breakfast Sausage Burrito.


I tried the vegetarian first.  Inside the burrito, it had eggs, tomatoes, potatoes and jalapeno pepper.  Also, the burritos was not too chewy and inside was really juicy (you may want to have tissue paper on the table because there are juice coming out from the burrito).  I thought it was NOT BAD AND DELICIOUS.  But after I bit the first pepper, I felt the pepper in my mouth.  OMG! IT WAS SO SPICY. IT WAS BURNING IN MY MOUTH. I guess they had to give the burrito some kicks, but it was too spicy for me.

Then I had the sausage burrito. WHAT A RIPOFF!!! Inside the burrito it had eggs, tomatoes, potatoes and pork that were not sausage.  It was either bacon or some fatty part of the pork.  I WAS NOT IMPRESSED BECAUSE I DID NOT TASTE ANY SAUSAGE.

Finally I had the hot chocolate.  Interestingly, it had some coconut taste in it.  They may have put some coconut extract in the drink. Although I am not a big fan of coconut, but I found this hot chocolate pretty unique.

Ultimately, if you live near Whole Foods Market and you are in a hurry and you just want to grab a quick bite, Whole Foods Market is a good choice for you.

Have you been to Whole Foods Market? What do you usually buy in Whole Foods? Have you tried their prepared food before? Post your comments below. Till next time. 

P.S. Here is how my rating system works:

0 out of 5 – Disgusting. The restaurant should shut down right now. 

1 out of 5Mediocre. How come the restaurant is still around? 

2 out of 5Disappointed. They can do better =[

3 out of 5Satisfied. One of best place to eat.

4 out of 5Excellent. I am the restaurant’s regular customer. 

5 out of 5Exceptional. I would recommend the restaurant to my friends and family. 

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