Well folks, it looks like the patio season and the summer season are almost here! Just like the rest of Toronto, we too are looking forward to venturing outside and heading to the top dining out spots in the city. But we still have the chance to support our favourite local spots by ordering in and enjoying a special meal right within the luxury of our own home. And we’ve got some delicious options for you this week with our choices for the top takeout/delivery restaurants.
Here are our top 6 takeout/delivery restaurants of the week
Get your fix of all Latin cuisine things, with La Novela. The Toronto based food truck serves authentic Latin street food dishes. Items featured on the menu include tacos, Cuban sandwiches, hand crafted churro loops and more. Available for pick-up at the Street Eats Market at the Scarborough Town Centre.
The Enchanted Poutinerie
Craving a good, old fashioned poutine for your next meal? One of the city’s top poutine joints offers an extensive array of poutine options, including the Insta-popular ‘The Unicorn Poutine’. Much like the name, the dish comes with rainbow Quebec curds and multi-coloured gravy. You can find them on Skip The Dishes and Uber Eats.
Known for Peruvian cuisine, Pisac Bistro uses authentic Peruvian ingredients to highlight each dish. The menu brings the cuisine to life, with Ceviches, Calamares Fritos, Peruvian style chicken wings, lamb shank and more. They are available on Uber Eats, Skip The Dishes and DoorDash.
Experiment with the flavours of Italy right at home. Contemporary Italian-inspired fare is the name of the game at Lucia. You can find everything from flank steak and lamb to buttermilk fried chicken and perch. Orders can be placed on their website.
If you’re looking for some crazy, unique and Insta-grammable burgers, The Bullger’s it. Whether it’s two grilled cheese buns with with a triple patty or a double beef patty with three onion rings, they’ve got it all. The menu also features steak sandwiches. Available for delivery and pick-up on Ritual, Skip The Dishes and on their website.
Chung Chun Rice Dog
Korean style hot dogs, anyone? These rice flour batter wrapped hot dogs pack quite the flavour and are a popular street food in Korea. The menu includes options with rice-cake, squid ink, potato, spicy sausage and others. They have locations in North York, Bloor St., and Yonge St. Available on Uber Eats, Skip The Dishes and DoorDash.