Madame Marie’s Guide to Passover 2021 Takeout and Delivery in Toronto

Celebrate Passover at home this year without having to lift a finger in the kitchen – and support the city’s restaurants in the process. From crave-worthy brunch to traditional Seder dinners, these Toronto restaurants have you covered.

Listed alphabetically

Barque Smokehouse
299 Roncesvalles Avenue

Barque has all the components for a perfect Passover feast. Menu items include smoked beef brisket, smoked citrus salmon, smoked turkey, chicken wings and plenty of sides. Try the Everything Bagel New Potatoes to accompany your mains. The menu is packaged cold with re-heating instructions. Pick up on March 27 and 28. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance.

15 Charles Street East (in The Anndore House)

Constantine is offering options for celebratory Passover meals at home. The Passover Seder kit for two includes traditional brisket, matzo ball soup, tzimmes and kugel for $90.

Fat Pasha
414 Dupont Street

Anthony Rose is one of Toronto’s most celebrated restaurateurs, and his Middle eastern mainstay, Fat Pasha, has everything you need for a Passover celebration at home. From hummus to falafel to brisket and potato kugel, Fat Pasha is a solid choice.

Free Times Café
320 College Street

A full dinner from this Toronto institution is available for $39.95 – both traditional Seder and vegetarian Seder. The menu includes matzo ball soup, braised brisket, tzimmes, honey orange chicken, and smoked salmon. For dessert, delight in macaroons and a beautiful selection of Passover sweets. Available for pick up or delivery from March 26 to 28.

La Palma
849 Dundas Street West 

La Palma is celebrating Passover with a prepared dinner for two. Commence with matzo ball soup, indulge in braised brisket paired with leafy green salad and schmaltz roasted root vegetables and finish with candied matzo crunch. Delivery and pick up available on March 27 for $100.

Parallel Brothers
217 Geary Avenue
(416) 516-7765

With its authentic Middle Eastern cuisine, Parallel is a great option for Passover takeout. From its vibrant green falafel, ground-on-site sesame butter, homemade halva and truffle hummus, everything is delightful.

Taverne Bernhardt’s
202 Dovercourt Road

Are you looking for a comforting meal this Passover? Bernhardt’s, Toronto’s newest place for rotisserie chicken with all the fixings, should be high on your list. Owner Zach Kolomeir is offering rotisserie chicken meals, fresh veggies and salads, matzo ball soup, smoked trout and more.


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Operations are subject to change during this crisis so please contact each restaurant for the most up-to-date information.