50 restaurants offering delivery and takeout in Toronto right now

The pandemic has shaken the food industry — but there are plenty of places who still deliver their goods. Here are the best restaurants offering takeout and delivery in Toronto.

Toronto restaurants offering takeout and delivery |

As lockdown continues to roll on indefinitely in Toronto, good takeout food has consistently been our lifeline (sourdough, who?). A year into the pandemic, many of the city's best restaurants have become well versed in delivery and takeout, bringing restaurant-quality eats to our table (or laps, no judgement). And while Toronto's patios may have been given the green light, for now, we're continuing to support local business any way we can — which means ordering in.

From fine dining in our sweats at Alo and Aloette to vegetarian middle eastern options like Shook, we've got fast, fancy and everything in between. Missing those wine pairings and cocktail couplings from date night? Why not stop by one of Toronto's many great bottle shops — restaurants like Marben and Peter Pan pivoted to wine and grocery shops — and pick up a biodynamic bottle to go with your meal. You can also get cocktail kits for takeout and delivery alongside your favourite meals, while breweries, wineries and distilleries are also offering alcohol for takeout and delivery.

If you'd rather take on some of the cooking yourself, get one of these grocery boxes delivered right to your door. What a time to be — inside.

Here, we've rounded up some of our favourite bars and restaurants offering food delivery on apps like Doordash, UberEats and Foodora or through their websites. These are the best restaurants offering delivery and takeout in Toronto right now.

Restaurants offering takeout and delivery: 50 to order from right now

416 Snack Bar

181 Bathurst St.

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We can't grab a seat at the bar and order the whole menu, but we can still get eggplant parm, oysters and Korean fried chicken delivered.

Aba's Bagel Company

884 Eglinton Ave. W.

Don't let the name fool you — there are fresh salads, sandwiches, and a rotating menu of home cooking at this neighbourhood fave on Eglinton Ave. West. Started by Aba, who opened a What-A-Bagel franchise right in the heart of the upper village, this is the product of 15 years of hard work and a passion for bagels. Aba and his son Daniel serve up bagels, breads and schmears in a family atmosphere.

Akira Back

80 Blue Jays Way

Akira Back is serving up some raw deals from 5 p.m on UberEats. Choose from sushi, sashimi or some of Akira's signature rolls


1194 Bloor St. W.

Alma is open Wednesday to Sunday 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. for takeout direct from their website or delivery through their site.


163 Spadina Ave.

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Frequently touted as Canada's top-rated restaurant, Alo was not immune to the difficulties a pandemic would pose to the hospitality industry. Luckily, for those of us unable to grab a reservation, the popular fine-dining spot quickly pivoted to multi-course meals, available from Wednesday to Sunday. Menus change frequently, but a sample one might feature Japanese sashimi, east coast scallops and vanilla panna cotta with rhubarb and pistachio. Pick-up or delivery via Tock.


163 Spadina Ave.

Aloette is now available on UberEats.

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Annabelle Pasta Bar

909 Davenport Rd.

Annabelle is now offering takeout and curbside pick-up daily from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Call 647 398 1585 or order via UberEats.


1454 Dundas Street West

If you're on the hunt for something different, Antler's non-traditional meat and innovative meals are available for delivery. Order directly through their website and schedule a pickup.

Bar Mercurio

270 Bloor St. W.

Bar Mercurio's organic, ancient flour pizzas are now available via their website, where you can schedule a pickup.

Bar Reyna

158 Cumberland St.

This Yorkville favourite wasted no time coming up with picnic baskets this summer. During the fall, you can order classic dishes like halloumi souvlaki, Lebanese tacos and lamb pogo sticks to your door.

Barque Smokehouse

299 Roncesvalles Ave.

Got a hankering for ribs? Meat platters abound at this BBQ joint, which has a small shop for sauces, rubs, takeout and a curated selection of wines at its front entrance. "Open and smoking" from Wednesday to Sunday, Barque is the place to satiate your carnivore cravings during lockdown.

Big Trouble Pizza

235 Spadina Ave. #1

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Big Trouble Pizza is offering takeout and delivery from their Spadina location. (Foodora)

Cactus Club Cafe

Multiple Locations

Cactus Club Cafe is offering some of their fave eats for delivery. Choose from wraps, sushi or power bowls — or celebrate with kits like the 'Bellini at Home' pack. Order pick up online or get delivery with DoorDash.


Multiple Locations

CIBO is offering most of their regular a la carte menu, plus beer and wine is available. All three CIBO Wine Bar locations are open daily for takeout and delivery (through Uber, Skip, DoorDash etc). 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Calii Love

Multiple Locations

Calii Love's King Street West location will prepare healthy menu items for pickup.


1198 Queen Street West

This fan fave didn't even have social media at the start of the pandemic, but is now fully up to speed and announces takeout menus each week on the gram. From pork ribs to striploin, there's always something good on the multi-course menu. Pickup only.


The Drake

1150 Queen St. W.

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Not only is The Drake Hotel available on Uber Eats and for pickup — it also has one of the cutest bottle shops in the city on the ground floor. Order that burger, plus a handful of delicious sides, pick up some of their own P.E.C. wine and dream of the day you can visit in-person again.

The Drake Commissary

128a Sterling Rd.

The Junction Triangle outpost of this Toronto classic is now open and serving finger-licking handheld bites like The Drake Burger and Sriracha Chicken Sammy. If you want to buy now and enjoy later, peruse their beautiful larder, stocked full of housemade items like lamb ragu, cured meats, ice cream and dips, plus pizza from General Assembly, cocktail kits and a selection of great vino. Open Wednesday-Sunday, noon-8 p.m. (*note: the kitchen is not open on Sundays*)


827 Lansdowne Ave.

While the bright dining room is currently closed, fans of the Junction Triangle can still get their mitts on sandwiches (roast beef, shrimp salad, mushroom), kale salads and a great selection of wine.


169 Niagara St.

Somehow, even through COVID, Michael Caballo and Tobey Nemeth are still offering fine-dining, albeit one that comes in a takeout container. 'Edulis at Home' can be ordered online for pickup and might feature wild B.C. albacore tuna ceviche — but will definitely feature those freshly baked rolls.

General Assembly Pizza

220 King St. W.

General Assembly Pizza is available for takeout and delivery. The Adelaide spot will also be offering a pizza subscription kit so you always have General Assembly in the freezer.

Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria

386 Bloor St. W.

Order anything from share plates and tapas to 15" deep dish pizza at Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria. The Bloor St. West location is also providing the option for curbside pick-up or home delivery.


295 Adelaide St W

FIGO is offering carb-filled dishes for takeout and delivery through Ritual, Uber Eats, Foodora, Skip The Dishes and DoorDash next week. Place your order for pizza, pasta, and other Italian favourites.

Flora's Deli

1276 Dundas St. W.

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We first fell in love with Flora's Deli at a Blood Brothers popup in the fall. Fast forward to spring 2021, and Jesse Mutch — whose selection of cold cuts and Italian snacks was inspired by his nonna — is serving sammies to the good people of Toronto out of Mahjong Bar's kitchen. Call or text for pickup (416-732-7922)
Wednesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and head to Uber Eats to check out the current menu. Tons of great options abound but the Norma Gina, with eggplant, whipped ricotta, arugula and honey, still features in our dreams.

French Made

80 Blue Jays Way

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French Made is available for delivery on Uber Eats, Ritual and Door Dash. For pickup and a socially distant patio pastry, order online or call ahead for pickup.

Frankie's Italian

892 Queen St. E. 

Frankie's Italian is now offering takeout and Uber Delivery daily from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. plus curbside pick-up (647 351 2524).

Garleek Kitchen

1500 Queen St W

Garleek Kitchen is available on UberEats.

Good Hombres

374 Bathurst St.

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Good Hombres will be taking pre-orders for a specific menu by Instagram direct message, email ( or text message (647 621 6949).

The Haam

342 Adelaide St. W.

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A fusion spot ('haam' in Korean means adding or combining) specializing in sushi and tacos might raise some eyebrows — but that was before we feasted on their crispy shell gochujang barbacoa, spicy shrimp and teriyaki chicken offerings. From sashimi to soft shell, you're in for a delicious lunch order that will make it hard to return to those boring old sandwiches.

Happy Burger

76 Lippincott St.

Happy Burger is available on UberEats and Skip the Dishes.

Hadrien Verrier Patisserie

1418 Dundas St. W.

Hadrien Verrier Patisserie is delivering faves like their salted caramel bread pudding from their site. All orders must be prepaid and should be made by 2 p.m. the day before. The patisserie also does contactless delivery on Saturdays and Sundays only. Alternatively, email

Harry's Charbroiled

The Parkdale diner may be no more, but Harry's famous smash burgers are still making a beeline for your chops. From Plain Jane to the chorizo-filled Green Burger, there's a bun for you.

Joybird Fried Chicken

Stackt Market, 28 Bathurst St.

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Leave it to Trevor Lui to take classic Southern soul food and put a Taiwanese (and completely delicious) spin on things. Stackt Market might be closed right now, but you can still get the OG TFC — a Taiwanese dark meat fried chicken — in a 3-, 5- or 10-piece serving. Don't worry hun, they've also got buns; the Joybirdie fried chicken sando is our top pick, but vegan bao burgers and chicken and waffles are also on offer. And don't miss sides like Kung Pao Cauli Bites and Durty Fries made to be dunked in whimsically dubbed sauces like Happy Ending. Available on Uber Eats, Door Dash, Skip the Dishes, Ritual or pickup and delivery.

Madrina Y Tapas

2 Trinity St.

We won't be heading to Barcelona any time soon, but thanks to the Distillery District's Madrina Y Tapas, we can dream about eating there. Executive chef Ramon Simarro has been creating some very special pre-fixe menus for the holidays and Valentine's Day, but guests can also order the restaurant's classic plates to enjoy on the sofa. Pair iberico ham and patatas bravas with with Spanish wine or a Grand Padrino kit so you can make their famous gin and tonics at home.


10 Bay St. #105

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Miku is providing takeout — call 647-347-7347 or use Ritual and UberEats.


433 King St W.

From tapas teasers to full-on family size paellas in flavours ranging from octopus to ragu, this Barcelona-style spot has your cravings covered. Pickup from King Street from Wednesday to Saturday, 4 p.m. - 10 p.m. and Sundays 2 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Mad Radish

Multiple locations

This gourmet fast-food restaurant has a new app that offers Torontonians the best of everything from one single location. All three of the family of brands — Luisa's Burritos & Bowls, Revival Pizza and Mad Radish salads — are available all under one digital roof. Order one of their chef driven meals from the app.


633 King St. W.

Oretta is currently offering a limited menu of pizza, pasta and salad. Oretta has an Aperitivo menu from Monday to Friday 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. with smaller bites for $5, $7 and $9.

The Oxley

121 Yorkville Ave.

The Oxley is open seven days a week from 12 till 6 p.m. The English-style pub has a bottle shop and fans of their famous roast beef can take the Sunday festivities home. Order it to-go through DoorDash or pickup. (647 348 1300).


794 Dundas St. W.

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Chef Craig Wong's fire Caribbean-Asian fusion food is now available in takeout format. Choose from the Heat n' Serve Care Packages that need a quick nuke in the microwave (1/2 jerk chicken, dim sum) or order ready-to-eat feasts like The Whole Shebang, which comes with Jamaican patties, Double Trini Mac Pie, Chinese Pineapple Bun Burgers, the O.G. Fried Chicken and more. If your night is missing a little je ne sais quoi, Patois's French-inspired sister spot Bar Mignonette is just upstairs and has all the seafood you could ever need.

Pizzeria Libretto

Multiple Locations

The best restaurants offering delivery and takeout in Toronto: a margherita pizza at Pizzeria Libretto

Pizzeria Libretto’s King Street West and Danforth locations are delivering their famous Neapolitan- style pizzas and an assortment of classic Italian dishes.


778 St Clair Ave. W.

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Order Indian dishes like stuffed paneer and Punjabi chicken from Pukka's site, or by calling 416-342-1906 after 4 p.m.

Ramen Isshin

Multiple locations

It might not seem like the smoothest takeout option (hello, boiling hot broth on the move), but Toronto's best ramen spots have figured out how to seamlessly transport their soul-warming fare to us. Ramen Isshin is famous for their black sesame tan tan with wok-fried pork, Isshin black tan tan tare, spicy chives, bok choi, pork belly cha shu and black sesame. The Tsukumen dipping ramen and vegetarian options are also well worth an order.


Multiple Locations

Order the smashburgers online for pickup or have that ooey-gooey poutine delivered via DoorDash.


77 Portland St.

Months after opening in the summer of 2019, a fire forced Shook to shutter its doors — but it's finally made its comeback. The stunning, airy space has been reimagined as a café, bottle shop, retail market and restaurant all rolled into one, with plenty on offer amidst the lockdown. We recommend ordering flavourful spreads like za'alouk, hummus and mutabal — or sign up for their Hummus Club and get four weekly boxes of housemade dip and pita delivered to your door.


1281 Bloor St W.

Skip the red-checkered tablecloths and order in from this Italian-American staple on Bloor. Pizza, pasta, deli sandwiches and burrata bruschetta available for pickup and delivery.

Stefano's Sandwiches

1214 Dundas St. W.

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If you're still on the fence about going meatless, we have a feeling Stefano's could sway you. While Toronto has a great vegan restaurant offering, Dundas West's Ufficio has been making waves with their plant-based sandwich offshoot. With mouthwatering sammie options like vegan fried chicken (from Spain, breaded in their secret spice recipe) on ciabatta and vegan corn beef sandwiches on Brodflour’s classic sourdough, there's plenty to turn a carnivore's cheek. But if you still don't believe us, Schitt's Creek's Dan Levy's ringing endorsement should do the trick.

The Shozan Room

164 Ossington Ave.

The Shozan Room is serving bento boxes, lunch combos and ramen.


181 Wellington St. W.

If you’re looking for the ultimate takeout experience, TOCA, the restaurant located inside the Ritz-Carlton, brings local-sourced Italian cuisine to your home or your home-away-from-home —ƒ hello, room service! There’s just something special about going on the four-course Chef’s Tastebud Tour in your robe, or tucking into a big bowl of beef bolognese in the bathtub. TOCA’s Dine at Home menu is available for delivery on Tock, UberEats, Skip the Dishes and DoorDash.


3401 Dufferin St. #612B

TORA's menu offers a variety of Japanese dishes including comforting miso soup, crispy gyoza and of course their signature flame-seared Aburi oshi. (Ritual, UberEats).

For more Toronto restaurants and bars offering takeout and delivery, check out Takeout COVID.