Madame Marie’s Guide to Mother’s Day 2021 Takeout and Delivery in Toronto
Even though Mother’s Day celebrations will look a little different this year, that doesn’t mean you can’t treat your mum or mother figure to a meal fit for a queen.
Whether her style is brunch and bubbly, an afternoon high tea, or a delectable dinner, celebrate the wonderful person that she is with some of the city’s best restaurants.
102 Yorkville Ave, Unit 4 (Lower Level)
Aburi Hana’s Mother’s Day menu features flower sashimi, temari sushi, petits fours, as well as a special mini floral bouquet. Available on May 8 and 9.
163 Spadina Avenue, 3rd Floor
Experience Canada’s culinary crème de la crème with Alo’s Mother’s Day dinner menu ($95 per person). Available on May 8 or 9, it features scallop sashimi, délice de Bourgogne, mushroom risotto, grilled French white asparagus, grilled prawns, Chateaubriand, and black forest cheesecake.
162 Cumberland Street
Alobar Yorkville’s brunch menu will impress everyone, especially your mum. Enjoy everything from smoked salmon with crème fraîche and dill to poached lobster. Available for pickup on May 9 for $75 per person.
163 Spadina Avenue
For $65 per person, this refined downtown diner has prepared multi-course prix fixe dinner menu that includes Hamachi crudo, gem and endive salad, cavatelli with mussels, roasted trout, raspberry cheesecake, and more.
131 Bloor Street West, 2nd Floor
Treat your mum to Amal’s irresistible Middle Eastern menu. Dishes include kibbeh labanieh with Lebanese rice, grilled branzino and cheese kanafeh with rose water and pistachio. Each package for two is priced at $140.
Azhar Kitchen & Bar
96 Ossington Avenue
Made from the heart, this four-course menu bursting with Middle Eastern flavours features seasonal and local ingredients including Hamachi, Cornish hen, and Basque cake for dessert. Each kit is $100 and serves two.
66 Wellington Street West
Although you won’t get to take in the city’s breathtaking views from Canoe’s dining room, you can still enjoy Chef Ron McKinlay’s cooking chez vous. Available for pick up on May 8, the three-course dinner menu ($179 for four people) features stuffed whole sea bass, heirloom tomato salad, and Ontario strawberry and rhubarb trifle. If you’re in the mood for breakfast, order a curated kit to make fresh pancakes with Chantilly cream. Pre-order online by May 5 at for pick up or delivery on May 8.
156 Cumberland Street
Impress your mum with Chabrol’s savoury French menu. For $33 per person, it includes country terrine with cornichons, quiche with fine herbs, and potato and gruyere gratin.
15 Charles Street East (in The Anndore House)
If you’re in the brunching mood this Mother’s Day, Constantine has you covered with its Mother’s Day brunch kit. For $85, it includes gin cured gravlax and Primrose bagels, parsnip and rhubarb salad, asparagus quiche, and a financier. Available for pick up on May 8 and 9.
229 Carlton Street
Dova’s Sicilian Mother’s Day meal is sure to impress. The finish-at-home kit includes scallops crudo, swordfish carpaccio, leafy greens, house made linguine with shrimp and pistachios, and cannoli. Available for pick up on May 7 or 8 for $118 (serves two).
Enigma Fine Dining
23 St. Thomas Street
Treat your mum like the royalty she is with high tea on May 8 or 9. For $80 per order, the package includes a selection of teas, dainty sandwiches, and miniature treats that are almost too adorable to eat.
770 St. Clair Avenue West
FK’s Mother’s Day Brunch menu is full of dishes your mom will love: crab cakes, tuna Niçoise, lobster Benedict and strawberry shortcake. Three courses is $50 per person. Place your order by May 6.
Gare De L’Est
1190 Dundas Street East
Pamper your mum with classic brunch items, such as bubbly, smoked salmon, quiche, and an at-home face mask from local beauty shop, Radford.
111C Queen Street
There are plenty of choices on George’s brunch and dinner menus—priced at $65 per person and $90 per person, respectively. Green asparagus with saffron couscous, spring salmon, and chocolate mousse are just some of the dishes offered.
210 Lakeshore Road East
Chef Rafael Covarrubias has prepared an exquisite brunch for Oakville dwellers. The multi-course menu features a choice of a Spanish omelette or smoked salmon toast as the main event. Priced at $70 per person.
1 Langdon Drive (Cambridge)
This brunch is worth the short drive from Toronto, and your mum will surely agree. Enjoy blueberry pastry rolls, heirloom carrot soup, crushed peas on toasted rye, lobster salad, and red berry trifle. Order by May 4 for pick up on May 8 ($68 per person).
642 King Street West, Suite 102
For $80 per package, enjoy a delightful Mother’s Day brunch with dishes such as spinach and squash fritters, Fogo crab and ramp quiche, and yogurt panna cotta. Add wine and some beautiful blooms from Botany Floral Studio. Available for pickup on May 9.
Maison T Bistro
1071 Shaw Street
Chef Masayuki Tamaru’s four-course Mother’s Day dinner menu ($60 per person) includes wild leek soup, a choice of arctic char or beef bourguignon, and a pecan tart for dessert. Pre-order for pickup on May 9.
Maple Leaf Tavern
955 Gerrard Street East
Make this Mother’s Day extra memorable with either a dinner for two or a family-style brunch. Don’t forget the Caesars!
488 Wellington Street West
Marben’s heat-at-home brunch kit will put a smile on your mum’s face. Shoyu pancakes, amakaze brioche, farm-fresh eggs, baked beans and whisky marmalade, Berkshire bacon and sausage are all part of the menu. Priced at $74 for two. Tack on bubbly, flowers, or petits fours for a little extra something.
217 – 46 Noble Street
Noble House owners, Dusty and Flo, have prepared a weekend full of delicious brunch options to help celebrate maman. Smoked salmon, smoked brisket, and homemade sour cream and cinnamon cake are just some of the delicious items. Portions of two ($85) and four ($150) are available for pick up on May 8 and 9.
3 Baldwin Street
Omai’s Mother’s Day spread includes spot prawn crudo, tuna and nukazuke temaki, fancy futomaki, pâté toast, parsnip croquette, braised lamb, and a berry mascarpone dessert. Kits are $120 each and it serves two.
848 King Street West
If you’re feeling fancy, try the high tea kit from Phancy’s Bodega. For $76.99, the curated kit includes French pastries from a local patisserie, handmade decorative cookies, a choice of signature finger sandwiches, local jam, tea, Nova 7 sparkling wine cans from Benjamin Bridge, butter, and local dried flowers.
597 College Street
Treat your mom to contemporary French cuisine with Pompette’s multi-course dinner on May 7 or 8. For $65 per person, the menu includes sourdough bread, lobster paté de croute, leeks in vinaigrette, halibut and asparagus, and strawberry and rhubarb moelleux.
1 Richmond Street West
The team at Richmond Station has designed a memorable Mother’s Day brunch for $39 per person. Delight in classics such as bagel and lox, cheesy spring quiche or sausage and eggs and Finnish pancake. Wash it all down and toast to your mum with a Stn. Caesar. Available for pick up or delivery.
Salt Wine Bar
225 Ossington Avenue
This adored Ossington Avenue tapas restaurant is dishing up a scrumptious Mother’s Day dinner on May 9 for $75 per person. House smoked salmon, wild Argentinean shrimp, AAA Ontario beef striploin, and strawberry rhubarb pot de crème are just some of the offerings.
98 Portland Street
For $95 per kit, SARA’s enticing brunch menu includes Rasa Chopped Salad, Smoked Salmon Rillettes, Turkey Club Kit and Blueberry Buttermilk Pie. Add Caesars, bubbly or fresh juice too. Pick up on May 9.
77 Portland Street
Shook’s prix fixe menu for two ($75) features some of the restaurant’s flavourful Middle Eastern dishes, as well as the option to add a hand-tied bouquet from Botany Floral Studio. Available for pickup on May 9.
1214 Dundas Street West
If your mum adores vegan and/or Italian food, consider Ufficio’s vegan lasagna dinner for two ($80 per person). Accompaniments include freshly baked focaccia and a baby gem lettuce salad. Available for pick up on May 8.
72 Ossington Avenue
Have some fun in the kitchen with Union’s Mother’s Day Homecook Brunch kit (serves two to three people). For $65, the kit includes two quiches, an organic green salad, smoked trout tartine, Challah French toast and lemon curd. Some preparation is required.
Mme. M. xoxo
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