The Best Pizza Delivery in Toronto
The best pizza delivery in Toronto shouldn't be considered one in the same as the best pizza in Toronto. There's much more than goes into a finely delivered pie, including ability to maintain integrity under pressure (or, boxed-in steam), promptness of arrival, and price when factoring in cost of delivery (if applicable). Then, of course, there's all the typical best-of pizza criteria such as freshness of ingredients and overall taste. Consistency is key when it comes to pizza delivery, and the places on this have proven themselves reliable on those lazy nights when you're simply insufficiently dressed to go out.
Here is the list of the best pizza delivery in Toronto.
A relatively newbie on the delivery scene but with firmly grounded Toronto roots, this Queen Margherita Pizza sister service knows how to make a pie stand the test of travel. Available in “big” or “bigger,” the west end shop makes its pizzas with its San Marzano tomato sauce and somewhat sophisticated toppings such as prosciutto and caramelized onions. Now, if only it would do something about that acronym. More »
Perhaps a little pricier than some of the other delivery options on this list, but Vesuvio’s pizza has the reputation of being consistently delicious. Arriving at your door piping hot, the pies generally offer a light crust with a classic sauce and the option of premium toppings such as cappicollo and artichoke hearts. Just tasty enough to distract you from the bill. More »
King Slice offers the perfect night-in pizza. That is, soft, chewy, and dripping with cheese and fresh toppings. While your diet might frown upon the oil stains left in the box, your cravings (and budget) will surely be placated by what King Slice has to offer. You can customize your pie with in terms of dough, crust, sauce, cheese, and dozens of options of toppings. More »
This is the place to call for an authentic Italian pie, just as long as you’re not afraid of a generously cheesed pizza. The Taverniti family prepares its pizzas from its restaurant in Corso Italia, offering free delivery after a certain minimum and delicious calzone that you can’t help but throw into your order. More »
Surely the wood makes all the difference. Dino’s menu incorporates a mix of Italian and Turkish influence, delivering fairly thin-crusted pizzas as well as fresh pide. The pies come in “traditional” and “gourmet,” with a few cheese- or mozzarella-less options including Dino’s favourite, the Antica. Pizza from Dino’s starts at $13. More »
This place has been around for more than 50 years and has mastered the art of delivering a hot, fresh pie in seemingly no time at all. Using old Italian family recipes, Il Paesano pizzas come with a thin crust and homemade sauce, offered with the option of mostly traditional toppings. More »
The must-call source for thin crust pizza in the Yonge Eglinton area. While long drives are notoriously tough on thin pie deliveries, those in the neighbourhood can bask in Classico Louie’s classic takes on deliciousness. The pizzeria offers more than 15 signature pies, as well as build-your-own. More »
Another 50-year Toronto veteran and purveyor of the beloved classic pie (“If it isn’t offered on a pizza in Italy, it won’t be on one of ours”). The crust is available thick or thin (though thick is often a better choice for delivery) and can be made with the option of gluten-free dough. Prices here, too, are a bit steeper than most, but the freshness of the ingredients is bar none. More »
Although Fresca Pizza offers the standard run of toppings (and pasta, too), it's all about the Margherita here. As was the case when this corner pizza joint bore the name Massimo's, the basic pie is their best - brushed at it is with garlic oil before being dispatched to your door. It arrives dripping with that unrefined but oh-so comforting layer of grease that makes old-school delivery pizza so satisfying. More »