Due to the current COVID-19 crisis we’re trying our best to get through, local restaurants and businesses are struggling. The silver lining is that with food delivery apps a reality, there is a way to still enjoy dishes from your favourite restaurants even while self-isolating. Local food delivery services like Uber Eats, Foodora, and DoorDash among others, have our back now more than ever as restaurants can only offer us take-out or delivery these days. Due to the crisis, most of the delivery apps are offering either free or 99 cent fees for delivery, so there’s never been a better time to stay home and tuck into some of Toronto’s best restaurants.
Here are 11 Toronto restaurants you can order from for delivery.
*Restaurant delivery zones may vary, be sure to check to ensure they service your area*
Available on Uber Eats and Ritual
Known for its Aburi sushi, TORA, located in Yorkdale should definitely be on your home delivery hit list. Choose from classics like Spicy Tuna or go for its Aburi Oshi which is so flavourful and delicious. Plus, add on one of its delectable Green Tea Opera Cakes, too.
Also located at Yorkdale Shopping Centre, The Cheesecake Factory has experienced major popularity ever since it opened. If the whole family has been having trouble deciding on a restaurant, you’ll want to order from here because the restaurants 250 item menu is up for grabs.
Italian food truly makes the world go round. If you’re needing your Oretta fix, then get ready to order up its limited menu of salads, pizzas, and pastas. If you’re ordering on Uber Eats, then you can enjoy the restaurant’s buy 1 get one free offer for Margherita Pizza, Paccheri Bolognese and Barbabietola Insalata items.
Just because you’re at home, it doesn’t mean you’re doomed to a quarantine filled with fast food. Swap in some healthier options with Calii Love and it’s delicious menu of salads and poke bowls from the King Street location.
Available on Foodora and Uber Eats
Two of Pizzeria Libretto’s locations (King West and Danforth) are available for delivery. The restaurants famous Neapolitan-style pizzas should definitely be on your list, as well as its assortment of classic Italian dishes.
Available on UberEats and Skipthedishes
Believe it or not, the famed Spadina restaurant Dumpling House is offering delivery for the first time ever. Order in all the steamed and/or pan-fried dumplings you can handle and prepare to bask in the glory of its deliciousness.
Another Italian restaurant to have on your radar for delivery and pick-up is Buca. Choose from its wide assortment of cozy and yummy dishes, or order from its Cook At Home offerings that include house-made tomato sauce, pizza dough, and fresh pasta.
Available on Ritual, DoorDash, and Uber Eats
Notable restaurant Aloette, located at Spadina and Queen is now offering its elevated comfort food classics for delivery. We suggest going for Aloette’s glazed pork belly, burger & fries, and beef short rib. Whatever you do, make sure you don’t skip dessert as the restaurant is known for its sky high lemon meringue pie!
Available via UberEats
Bathurst Street hot spot Northern Maverick Brewing Co. continues to supply its housemade goodies, even for delivery. Tuck into favourites like buttermilk fried chicken and the Maverick Burger. Plus, if you aren’t ordering on Uber Eats, you can stop in and safely pick up craft beer that’s brewed in-house, and a selection of cured meats that are perfect for your at-home charcuterie boards.
It may not be a restaurant, but everyone needs dessert right? You won’t go without a sweet bite thanks to Nadege Patisserie, especially now as its offering delivery. You can order anything from the patisserie’s macarons, cakes, and chocolate selections, as well as at-home baking kits, fresh market boxes, and more.
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