Go-Grill is set to come to Abbotsford’s Highstreet Shopping Centre in the near future. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

Go-Grill coming to Abbotsford

Healthy fast food option landing at Highstreet Shopping Centre

A brand new dining option is coming soon to Abbotsford’s Highstreet Shopping Centre.

Go-Grill is set to open in the near future, and the restaurant promises to offer a healthy option for consumers.

The establishment allows diners to choose from a wide selection of fresh ingredients and the choices are then grilled by an employee.

A wide variety of vegetables including baby corn, green beans and zucchini, along with meats such as beef, chicken and shrimp, along with tofu are offered. A total of 31 options of vegetables and protein are available according to the Go-Grill website, along with a dozen sauces.

The total selection is then charged by weight. The concept is similar to the established Mongolie Grill franchise.

Go-Grill’s other location in B.C. can be found in Surrey’s Central City Shopping Centre. The franchise also has locations in Calgary and Saskatoon.

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