I hope people are continuing to support local eateries and caterers by ordering takeout or delivery from participating restaurants. More and more establishments are joining this group as a way to help stay afloat. You can find many of them on your food apps like Uber Eats, Door Dash, Foodora, Ritual, etc.

Check out my Instagram, @ShaneaSavours, where I will showcase and update other restaurants.

I hope you all stay safe and eat well.

La Bamboche: excellent macarons and pastries
Bang Bang Ice Cream: ice cream sandwiches
Blackbird: handcrafted breads and pastries
Brodflour: artisanal breads, grain from local farmers that they mill onsite, cookies, jams and sandwiches
The Cheesecake Factory: those famous cheesecakes
Craque de Crème: numerous flavours of individual creme brulee, canellas, and waffles
Ellen Jane Desserts: lactose-free/kosher desserts
Ezra Pound: house-roasted beans and sweet treats, open for takeout only on Wednesday and Saturday
Fawa Fawa: Japanese soufflé pancakes
Fugo: ice cream shop
Le Gourmand: Toronto’s best chocolate chip cookies, plus cakes, pastries, croissants and coffee
Tom’s Dairy Freeze: in Etobicoke, best soft serve in the city

Ja Bistro: artfully prepared sushi
Miku: contemporary sushi
Skippa: seasonal Japanese cuisine, offering a moderately priced omakase
Sushi Masaki Saito: Toronto’s most luxe upscale sushi den with prices to match, serving traditional sushi

Bua Thai: serving northern Thai food
Khao San Road: serving Thai curries, noodle, and rice dishes
Kinton Ramen: rich meaty bowls of soup and noodles
Lai Wah Heen: dim sum
Oddseoul: Korean snack bar
Pinky’s Ca Phe: inventive Vietnamese bites

Host Restaurant: traditional Indian cuisine
Pukka: modern Indian food

7 Numbers: Italian family-style dining
Gusto 501/101: what I like to call, “Italian for the masses”
Moretti: pizzeria
Noce: traditional Italian food
Pizzeria Libretto: includes gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, vegetarian, and vegan options
Sotto Sotto: serving traditional Italian food
Ufficio: Dinner for two with add ons, for curbside takeout only Wednesday to Sunday

La Carnita: tacos, churros, etc
Playa Cabana: fresh ingredient-focused Mexican

Bar Sybanne: creative Middle Eastern and Moroccan food
Byblos: Mediterranean food, starting service with every other weekend pop up
Café Landwer: brunch, lunch, and dinner
The Halal Guys: pitas, falafels, and sandwiches
Parallel Brothers: Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine

Alma: eclectic comfort food with French, Chinese and Indian influences
Arthur’s: modern take on American classics, takeout only
Cactus Club: global cuisine
Carbon Bar: barbecue and grilled food
Chantecler Boucherie: charcuterie and sausages
Dandylion: a set innovative dinner that changes weekly
Foxley Bistro: contemporary Asian fusion, takeout only
Harbour Sixty: upscale steakhouse
Lake Inez: gastropub takeout on Saturdays with a set meal
Patria: Spanish food, doing alternately weekend meals with Byblos

1 Comment

  1. Anonymous says:

    Phipps bakery cafe on Eglinton Ave West near Avenue Road is available for takeout. Their baked goods are amazing and they have prepared meals that you can take out too. Great soups, etc…. if you like challah bread, you will have to either reserve one or get there early on Fridays as people literally fight over the last loaf.

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