Toronto sushi spots that delivery uptown and midtown

A satisfying meal of your favourite Japanese food is never far away in this prosperous pocket of the city. Name your pleasure: beautifully rendered salmon, tuna or sea urchin sashimi with tart and salty dipping sauces or perhaps something from the wide world of maki rolls. Temaki, futomaki, hosomaki: if you can eat it, they can roll it – and deliver faster than you can say, “I’m not cooking tonight.”

Nikko Sushi

376 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M5N 1A2

Forest Hill sushi-lovers are known to endorse Nikko’s generously stuffed rolls and excellent value. Delivery is free with a minimum order of $25, a condition you’ll have no problem fulfilling when you’re done with the delicious appetizers (seafood tempura, Japanese grilled dumplings and more). As for rolls, the Maple Leaf Roll has a patriotic ring to it: six pieces of tempura red snapper with tobiko and avocado. Keep piling on from the sushi and sashimi a la carte menu or go straight to the combos and party trays if you’re feeding a crowd.

Rainbow Sushi Bar And Grill

3450 Bathurst St, North York, ON M6A 2C4

It’s always nice to see an attractive sit-down restaurant behind any food delivery business; odds are it’s a reliable indication that the standard of quality and ingredients are consistently good. Rainbow Sushi on Bathurst boasts a 150-item menu featuring their own specialty rolls and house-made sauces. Order online for free delivery from Yonge west to Dufferin, between Wilson and Eglinton.

Sushi Supreme

1995 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4S 1Z8

This neighbourhood gem gets consistent rave reviews for freshness and value. Sushi Supreme is considered among the best sushi spots in Davisville Village for lunch and dinner, with menu highlights including the generous bento boxes and a wide assortment of vegetarian rolls and sashimi combinations. The tiny sit-down restaurant has its charms but takeout and delivery provide the bulk of its business. There’s no charge for a minimum $20 order within their 4km delivery zone.

EDO Delivery & Take-Out

431 Spadina Rd, Toronto, ON M5P 2W3

Though their slogan is “far beyond sushi,” Edo’s sushi delivery is the focus here and they have the midtown/uptown area covered with restaurant locations on Eglinton West in Forest Hill and at the posh Bayview Village shopping centre. Delivery begins at 5 pm daily with a minimum order of $25 plus $2.50. The delivery charge is waived on orders of $50 and up. Your wait might be longer with Edo because every menu item is made to order - to guarantee freshness.

Sushi Rock Cafe

2359 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2C8

After 15 years in the hood, Sushi Rock deserves its props as a cornerstone of the Yonge and Eglinton dining scene. They deliver all day with separate rates for daytime and evening, though delivery is free at night with a minimum order of $20. Regulars recommend the house specialty super rolls for their flavour and value. Try the eight-piece Dragon on Fire, a tiger shrimp tempura and crab roll topped with salmon and red snapper, covered with homemade sauce and flamed.

Sushi Ocean

1010 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 2C5

Their basic sushi rolls look like a bargain at eight pieces for $5 to $6. Try the Avocado Kamikaze Roll, Sakura Roll or Volcano Roll if you like to bring the heat - all are spiked with spicy mayo. Eight-piece vegetarian rolls will run you less than $5 each. Those who opt for a combo can get the best of both worlds at a reasonable price too; the 20-piece Salmon Lover Combo includes six pieces of sashimi, six salmon sushi and eight spicy salmon crunch rolls for $15.50. Their minimum delivery order is $25 plus a $2 fee.

Tokyo Sushi

373 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M5N 1A3

Yet another top performer in the heart of midtown (near Eglinton station), this eat-in destination also delivers from an extensive online menu full of combinations, party trays and bento boxes. A la carte selections include a nice mix of fish, chicken and beef maki rolls that average $4 for six pieces. Their main course sashimi dinner contains 17 pieces, rice, miso soup, salad and an appetizer. There’s a $3 delivery fee and minimum order of $25.

Sushi Shop

2564 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4P 2J3

A self-proclaimed high-end “boutique” chain offering a healthy, upscale take on Japanese delicacies, Sushi Shop boasts multiple locations that are concentrated in high-density areas including two in the Eglinton neighbourhood. A beautiful menu portrays fast food as fine art and there’s an incredible graphic showing a full nutritional breakdown of every item. Delivery charge is $3 on a minimum order of $25. Check online or call to confirm their delivery range.

Sakae Japanese Sushi Cuisine

643A Mount Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4S 2M9

Delivery is free all day until 10 pm with a minimum $20 order from this east-side gem. They’ll deliver anywhere between Yonge and Bayview and St. Clair East north to York Mills, which covers Davisville Village and the uptown residential neighbourhoods of Lawrence Park and Teddington Park. The unpretentious, family-run business offers a varied menu of sushi, sashimi and hand rolls in all sizes and options. Specials have featured custard buns, a four-piece cold roll and lotus leaf with rice.

Kimono Japanese Grill & Sushi

359 Eglinton W, Toronto, ON M5N 1A3

This is a nice option if your fellow diners prefer something other than sushi or would like some non-fish items. And, unlike most sushi places, Kimono has separate menus for Japanese, Thai and Chinese food. How many sushi joints offer General Tso’s Chicken, Thai red curry and dim sum? Sashimi combos average $1/piece and include soup, salad and rice. House Special Rolls include spicy and vegetarian picks. Delivery is free with a minimum $25 order in the immediate area but it’s a $50 minimum for deliveries beyond. Check their online map or call to confirm whether you’re within range.

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