Planning on eating in tonight? Here are some of the best places to order from, as well as food delivery services and apps to check out the next time you're hungry - but just don't feel like cooking.
One of the easiest ways to get food delivery in Toronto is via the variety of delivery apps that make it ultra-simple to order food from some of your favourite restaurants with the click of a few buttons on your phone. Some of the most popular to try include UberEats, Foodora, and Ritual. You'll just need to download the service's app (depending on the type of phone you have), sign up and then get ordering. Other options include Foodee and Door Dash.
Skip the Dishes is a service that allows you to enter your postal code and choice of cuisine (from Japanese to Indian and everything in between) and order from the options nearby. You can choose delivery or pickup (depending on the eatery) and they also have an app for mobile ordering.
There's also the option of using a food delivery subscription service like Yumba, which has meals priced at $12.50 with a variety of weekly options that can be delivered to your home or office. Sign up, choose the number of weekly meals you want, Yumba's chefs do the cooking, and your choices are delivered every Monday and Thursday. All you need to do is heat up your pre-made meal for two minutes and enjoy it.
If you don't mind the cooking part, but don't have time to buy ingredients or search recipes, companies such as Chefs Plate deliver everything you need to create a home cooked meal right to your door in a refrigerated box. They offer a 2-person plan or family plan, depending on how many you're cooking for and menu options change regularly.
If you want to go the more traditional route and enjoy some basics like pizza or Chinese food, here are some easy options for when you just need that easy, no-fuss fix of a quick meal.
Swiss Chalet Home Delivery
Swiss Chalet not only offers their classic rotisserie chicken and sides, but has added items to the menu ranging from ribs to entree salads. If you are going the chicken route, consider the Chicken and Ribs Family Pack, which is a whole chicken and a half rack of ribs, Chalet Sauce, four rolls, and your choice four single sides.
• Online ordering available.
KFC Home Delivery
Another option for chicken, KFC regularly has deals going that pair a bucket with large, shareable sides and a dessert item like a cake or brownies that make for a full family meal.
Mr. Sub Home Delivery
Subs, wraps, soups and salads are available. Unfortunately while there is an online menu, there's no pricing information on the website. Call in advance for catering options like the Party Platter if you'll be feeding a larger group.
Pizza Delivery Companies
Many of these pizza places will also deliver chicken wings, garlic bread, and other tasty sides. Check the websites for specials and other offerings.