In an effort to support the city’s phenomenal restaurants during COVID-19, I’m spotlighting a few places every week offering delivery and/or takeout.
Check back regularly for Toronto’s freshest picks so you can support local businesses and add some spice to quarantine life! Just in time for the weekend, here are this week’s picks.
121 Yorkville Avenue
This cozy Yorkville pub will bring its rustic charm to votre cuisine with plenty of grab and go offerings. What’s on the menu? Here are a few highlights: Moroccan chicken tagine with cous cous ($19 per portion), duck confit ($24 per portion) and a tray of frozen meat lasagna ($38) that serves four to six people. And, profits from each lasagna purchase will be donated to Good Shepherd Ministries. How’s that for a do good, feel good story?
921 Queen Street West
Make your quarantine dinner planning a breeze with takeout and delivery from Greek marketplace, The Agora. If you’ve heard of Mamakas Taverna, The Agora is the restaurant group’s grab and go outpost. My takeout meal was a highlight of my week. I indulged in mouthwatering dips, such as Kopanisti (10.50), and happily ate a Chicken & Salad Soulva box ($12.50) while watching Tiger King on Netflix. C’etait parfait!
105-10 Bay Street
If you’re missing that can’t-get-enough flavour of torched sushi, good news! Miku is offering takeout and delivery through Ritual and UberEats. This sushi institution is famous for aburi sushi, a torching technique that adds a hint of smoky flavour while also sealing in the juicy, savoury taste of the fish. View the menu here – and prepare to salivate!
Does your restaurant want to be featured in Madame Marie’s Weekly Roundup: Toronto’s Best Takeout and Delivery? Are you a diner who wants to share your delicious experience with the city? Contact me.