Best Restaurants that Deliver in Toronto

During the winter months, the temperatures dip so low, the last thing you want to do is head out to a restaurant. But long gone are the days where you were regulated to just ordering pizza and Chinese food. From casual fare to fine dining, you can now select from a variety of exciting cuisines and dishes for delivery. So order in and bring the restaurant to you with the top 5 restaurants for delivery:

Loaded Pierogi

1
9-1/2 Church St, Toronto, ON M5E 1W1

Feel like something comforting? Choose from over 16 types of perogies from Loaded Pierogi including Kicking Kimchi, Butter Chicken and The Double “Cheese” Burger. It's the perfect winter fare.

Matahari Bar and Grill

2
39 Baldwin St, Toronto, ON M5T 1L1

Looking for something more exotic? Matahari Grill's Malayasian fare includes tempting dishes like Sambal Udang (grilled tamarind scented prawns in sweet, sour and spicy tamarind shallots sambal) and Sayur Lodeh (vegetable curry with eggplant, tofu, green beans, cabbage and tomatoes in an exotic curry broth). The bonus? All those spices will make you feel warm.

309 Dhaba Indian Excellence

3
309 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1J5

Are you craving Indian? Dhaba’s Venison Tender Tikka fresh Four Seasons Denver leg, grilled over wood charcoal with pecan rosemary marinade, and Lobster Indique featuring an 8oz. wine and saffron poached lobster tail, served with a silky dill sauce, takes your usual take-out order up a notch.

Hogtown Smoke Restaurant

4
1959 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4L 1H7

Hogtown Smoke offers more causal, but fun fare via their authentic BBQ joint. Choose from items including Bacon-Wrapped Smoked Jalapeno Poppers, Mac N' Cheese Balls, Baby Back Ribs and Brisket Infused Burger. Perfect for movie night or the big game on Sunday.

Me Va Me Kitchen Express

5
240 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1Z7

Sometimes all you crave is something healthy after a week of having lunch court food. That's why you've gotta get yourself some Me-Va-Me Kitchen Express. A meal full of Mushrooms or Chicken on freshly made, no preservatives hummus; a variety of dips (Matbucha, made with cooked tomatoes, roasted red peppers and season with garlic and chili peppers; Diced Beets, comprised of diced cooked beets, mixed with onion, olive oil and vinaigrette dressing), some salads, basmati rice, and grilled vegetables ought to make you feel back to your healthy self once again. And suddenly, your big sweater might just feel a little bit bigger this week.

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