They need us now more than ever before. If you love dining out, enjoying patio eats, late night snacks, bar eats and more… than you help is needed to save them! Not only are there a number of initiatives, that we’ve recently showcased in our #QuarantineChronicles articles, but a weekly takeout order goes a long way. But not just dinner… lunch, coffee, maybe brunch. Why not? If you can of course, as we understand not all of us are in a position to do so.
So in effort to help our struggling restaurant community, we’ve launched this roundup of our favourite Top 6 in the 6ix restaurants to order-in, takeout, or pickup curbside from each week.
Tried one, or have a suggestion on next week’s feature? We want to hear from you.
Editor’s Picks: Top 6 Restaurants offering Takeout or Delivery in Toronto this Week
Ok ok, we know we’re a little biased, but the queen is back! Reyna recently announced they will be re-opening for curbside pickup and delivery and we couldn’t be happier! If you have ever had a bit of their lamb baklava you would be too! 😉 But I mean, it doesn’t stop there, they have quite the range of deliciousness.
354 King Street East, Toronto, ON | (416) 546-3155 | @ReynaToronto
2. Uncle Rays Toronto
If you follow us on Instagram, you probably seen the FEAST our team devoured on their last few visits to check out their dinner or brunch menu and WOW was it good. When we heard they were offering delivery and takeout, we couldn’t help but share. They have some amazing meal kits like this Bud & BBQ Kit too.
9 Church St, Toronto, ON M5E 1M2 | (647) 349-7297 | @RealUncleRays
3. Torch Pressed Sushi
Their melt in your mouth Torch pressed sushi, otherwise known as Aburi style sushi is hands down one of the best in the city. But yet still very approachable. They don’t have a number of “out there” ingredients or a big price tag. Perfect for the every day eater. We’ve ordered from these guys a number of times, and they never disappoint. Their boxes are also the perfect portions and the sushi holds up very well for delivery. My favourite… the tasting box for sure!
6026 Yonge S / 9 Church St | (416) 733-8338 | @TorchPressedSushi
4. School Restaurant
Never did we think the day would come that we would be sharing that that the iconic Toronto brunch staple, School Restaurant, is offering brunch delivery. Mind blowing! Yup. No waiting in lines, heading out the door early, or anything. Better yet… you’re supporting local. Pick from your brunch classic favourites, including their delicious blueberry stack or chicken n’ waffles, and much more.
70 Fraser Ave, Toronto, ON | (416) 588-0005 | @SchoolResto
5. Eataly Meal Kits
Toronto’s hottest new centre for everything and anything Italian is offering delivery. But not just a plain old bowl of pasta… they’re offering meal kits (Pasta Fresca and Pizza). Available both for delivery and pickup in-store. The kits range in size so whether you are social distancing solo, with a partner or the whole fam, Eataly has you covered with varying portion sizes of 2-4.
55 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON | (437) 374-0250 | @EatalyToronto
Known to be one of our top sushi hotspots in Toronto, Miku takes sushi to a whole other level… and now for the first time, you can enjoy it from the comfort of your own home. Make it a date night activity and assemble your own sushi could be quite fun too! Miku is offering now for a limited time, their Aburi at-home meal kits, and Miku To-Go menu–available on UberEats and for pickup through Ritual.
10 Bay St # 105, Toronto, ON | (647) 347-7347 | @MikuToronto
Looking for more suggestions? Our editor recently polled his network on Facebook. See what they suggested, or feel free to add some more. Check back weekly for our latest Top 6 in the 6ix restaurants. #SupportLocal #SaveHospitalityCA