Ask any Torontonian about the best burrito in town and it’s guaranteed you’re in for a great debate. Pinto versus black bean, pico de gallo versus salsa, the list goes on and on – everyone has a preference. Save yourself from going loco and please your appetite at some of Toronto’s finest burrito shops.
Indian food spells comfort, and few things complement a night in with friends or a Netflix marathon more than ripping off a piece of melt-in-your mouth naan bread and dunking into a plate of rich, warm butter chicken. But, if you’re north of Bloor, you don’t need hit Little India when a craving strikes. Here’s our top Indian delivery spots for the mid to uptown crowd.
The vegan food scene has become a competitive arena in Toronto, and not just for vegans! Many prefer vegan food for sustainability and diversity in their diet – and vegan restaurants happen to have some of the healthiest options around. As for those busy days and lazy nights, TO hosts a number of delivery services that will bring healthy, hearty vegan meals right to your doorstep.  [Image credit: iStock.com/Tommaso Cazzaniga]
Pizza: it’s the staple of food delivery and go-to for a quick but gourmet treat. These downtown spots can quickly curtail your cravings, but many of them go beyond the pie, offering a slew of Italian classics and a wide variety of deliverables. [Image credit: iStock.com/SolisImages]
Toronto-ites can be a fussy lot, craving everything from buttermilk-fried chicken to steaming enchiladas, and expecting delivery right to their front door. Luckily, in downtown Toronto, there’s a cornucopia of options at your fingertips, and here are some of our top picks. [Image credit: iStock.com/paisan191]
On Sunday May 1st 2016, the Artscape Wychwood Barns hosts TO’s largest festival for gluten-free foodies. With workshops led by gluten-free experts and over 65 food vendors to sample from, this event is a must-attend for wheat-sensitive Torontonians. From cupcakes to malt beer and cider tastings, the Gluten Free Garage is where to snack up and stock up this weekend. [Photo by Franco Deleo; courtesy of the Gluten Free Garage]
You can’t swing a red-checkered tablecloth in uptown Toronto without hitting a fresh, hot pizza being delivered to someone’s front door. Upscale creations with gourmet ingredients and endless options for any diet or taste are a phone call or click away. These are your go-to spots for a cheesy wheel of joy in a part of town that adores its pies. [Image credit: iStock.com/Sasa Dinic]
You don’t have to live in Chinatown to get delicious Chinese food delivered to your door. We’ve rounded up the best Chinese food delivery spots in the west end – whether you’re looking for North American-style or a more authentic version. Take a break from the stove today and enjoy this favourite comfort food, delivered right to your home. [Image credit: iStock.com/ e_rasmus]
If you can’t make the trip to Toronto’s neon-bathed Chinatown, bring the best of the Dundas/Spadina food mecca right to your doorstep. Similar dining delicacies are available in uptown and midtown Toronto and will deliver your Chinese food feast within minutes of your call or text.
Thai food, with its rich and spicy flavours, is a delicious treat any day of the week. And it’s easy to indulge in some serious comfort-food pad Thai or panang curry at home – just pick up the phone and order delivery. These west end Thai restaurants will have all your favourite dishes sent to your doorstep, whenever the craving strikes. [Image credit: iStock.com/RichC86]
Yonge and Eglinton: it’s busy, it’s bustling and it just may be the downtown of midtown, not least because of its excellent selection of local bistros and gastropubs. From a cleansing liquid lunch, old-school deli or a hot bowl of ramen, here are our top picks for restos just a hop-skip off the beaten Eglinton track.
Toronto’s Finest Comfort Food Crawl runs through the 6 for two weeks this August. Grab your official passport at any of the 10 participating restaurants across Toronto and get one comfort food dish at every stop for just $5 (from Cuban sammies to three-bite doughnuts). Bonus: the festival supports Second Harvest, so you can chow down on these killer deals knowing it’s for a great cause. Photo courtesy of Toronto's Finest. 
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