Best Chinese food delivery in Toronto

From Canadian-Chinese food, to authentic Chinese dishes, there are so many options for Chinese delivery in Toronto. These amazing Chinese restaurants bring food straight to your door, and some will even go out of their delivery boundaries, for a small fee of course. Here are the best bets for Chinese food delivery in Toronto.[Photo courtesy of Lee Chen Asian Bistro]

Bamboo Buddha

1
752 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1N3

King West restaurant Bamboo Buddha delivers its delicious Chinese cuisine straight to your door. The delivery area starts at Queens Quay up to Bloor West, in between Roncesvelles and Peter Street. The minimum order required is just $20!

Lee Chen Asian Bistro

2
832 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4W 2H1

There are three ways to order delivery at Lee Chen Asian Bistro – Foodora, Just Eat and Uber Eats. The delivery menu includes all your favourite dishes like soup dumplings, pulled pork bao, black pepper beef, braised bamboo shoots and more.

Dragon Pearl Buffet

3
2-865 York Mills Rd, North York, ON M3B 1Y6

While this spot doesn’t offer its all-you-can-eat menu to-go, you can order some of its most popular dishes off the take-out menu! Order from the Chef’s Choice menu which includes BBQ pork, duck spring rolls, Peking duck and Shanghai noodles.

Congee Queen

4
895 Lawrence Ave E, North York, ON M3C 3L2

Four of Congee Queen’s locations deliver, so that means it covers a lot of ground. The restaurant is known for its turnip cakes and massive selection of congee. If you want free delivery, you must order a minimum of $30.

Asian Legend

5
900 Don Mills Rd, North York, ON M3C 1V6

Markham restaurant Asian Legend delivers straight to your door! The menu includes authentic Chinese dishes like Peking duck (you can order the entire duck by the way), dumplings and more! This spot delivers through Orderit.

Taste Of China

6
523 Dundas St, Woodstock, ON N4S 1C3

Seafood restaurant, Taste of China offers delivery starting at 5 pm. The menu offers up a vast amount of seafood plates, as well as signature Chinese food. If you want to get your hands on the delicious Chinese food before 5 pm, there is all day take-out.

Szechuan Gourmet Restaurant

7
1033 Steeles Ave W, North York, ON M2R 2S9

Szechuan Gourmet delivers its signature ginger chicken straight to your door six days a week. You’ll have to phone in your order, and there is a minimum order of $30 for delivery in the North York region. If you’re outside of the delivery zone, but are craving the delicious Hakka cuisine, you’ll have to order a minimum of $45.

Hong Shing Chinese

8
195 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5G 1C7

Egg rolls, chicken balls, lemon chicken, sweet and sour pork - all these classics can be delivered straight to your home. There are dinner specials available for one, two, four, six or eight people. Hong Shing delivers north to Bloor, west to Dufferin and east to River from 11 am until 1 am daily.

The Wokker

9
5555 Eglinton Ave W, Etobicoke, ON M9C 5M1

The Wokker Restaurant focuses on authenticity, and offers a high-end experience that even those who get delivery won’t miss out on. The menu includes chicken fried rice, beef Ho Fun noodles and other Chinese staples, serving the Etobicoke area.

Simon's Wok

10
797 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1Y5

An institution in the east end, Simon’s Wok is strictly vegetarian. It offers delicious non-meat variations of all the classic Chinese dishes including mock duck and pork, as well as many noodle dishes. Minimum order of $30 for delivery.

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