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40 restaurants that do their own delivery in Toronto so you don't need to use apps

Restaurants that do their own delivery in Toronto let you support local businesses directly, rather than letting a pretty big portion of your dollar go toward hefty commission fees handed down by delivery apps like Uber Eats.

You might have to pre-order in advance online or over the phone, and pay a little extra for the delivery fee (not all the time), but supporting your favourite establishment directly is worth it. 

Here are some restaurants in Toronto doing their own delivery.

Blondies Pizza

The popular pink pizza joint offers their own delivery services through Ambassador. Just visit their website and select the closest location to your destination. 

Somun Superstar

The Upper Beaches bakery will deliver your fresh Bosnian sandwiches locally from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Just call or visit their website to place your order. 

Season Six

Order a hearty meal directly from this Ossington restaurant by visiting their website and get it delivered straight to you.

Leela Indian Food Bar

Home delivery from this Indian restaurant in the Junction is available Friday through Sunday. Just visit their website to place your order.

Hong Shing Chinese Restaurant

This Chinese restaurant by St. Patrick station may be on apps but they also deliver directly. Head to their site for a very clear breakdown of delivery areas and times. 

Fox on John

This restaurant in the Entertainment District will bring pub food straight to your door when you place your order through their website or over the phone. 

Thai Room Cabbagetown

All five Toronto locations of this popular Thai chain are offering delivery through their website, just pick the location that's closest to you. 

La Grotta Pizzeria

This Pape Village pizza spot delivers orders made online anywhere south of Eglinton to Lakeshore, between Mount Pleasant and Victoria Park. 

Dino's Wood Burning Pizza

Call to either location of Dino’s and get those pies and Turkish pides delivered to your door within 7 kilometres for a $5.50 fee, and an extra $3 anywhere beyond that. 


All four locations of Tabule are offering delivery orders through their website, just pick the one that’s closest to you. 

Queen of Persia

Call this St. Clair restaurant for deliveries of halal kebab platters and delicious jewelled rice. 


This popular Indian restaurant is taking online orders and payments for $30 minimum orders, offering free deliveries if you’re in the right zone.

Lazy Daisy's Cafe

Call the Gerrard East cafe for contactless deliveries of buttermilk pancakes and breakfast sandwiches.

The Greek Grill

This Danforth staple will take your orders over the phone, as long as you live within their delivery range.

Lambo's Deli

The sandwich joint near Trinity Bellwoods is always bustling so avoid the lines and order for delivery instead by visiting their website

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You'll be delighted when Lambo's Deli comes knocking. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

Mashu Mashu

It’s minimum $30 for delivery through this Spadina Road restaurant’s handy website

CiCi's Pizza

As always, delivery is free for residents of the Parkdale area for orders above $15. For anyone outside those boundaries its $2 to $4 more. Just call.

North of Brooklyn on Rogers Road

One of Toronto's most popular pizzerias is offering their own delivery services. Visit their website to place your order. 

Aviv Immigrant Kitchen

Call the St. Clair West restaurant directly to place your order for free delivery. They're open seven days a week.


Leslieville’s chic crudo spot does delivery and takeout Thursday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Orders can be placed online or via phone.

La Palette

The Queen West French restaurant accepts orders via phone or through Instagram DMs. They deliver from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

Drom Taberna

You may not be able to watch live music anymore but this Queen West staple is delivering eats from noon to 10 p.m. Just call to order.

Simit & Chai

Order by 3 p.m. for same-day free delivery of fresh-baked Turkish goodies from this King West spot. You'll get them shipped to you if you live between Keele and Coxwell, anywhere south of Bloor or Danforth.

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There's plenty on offer at Simit & Chai. Photo by Hector Vasquez.


When you're craving pub fare just order from this Danforth staple. Place your order through their website for delivery. 

The Dylan

The bar just a short walk from Greenwood subway station does local delivery Thursday through Saturday from 5 p.m. on.


If you're located around Bloordale Village and are hankering for snacks and sandwiches look no further. Place an order through their website to have Donna's deliver. 

Imm Thai Kitchen

Call this Little Italy restaurant directly to place delivery orders for tom yum soup with shrimp and pad thai. 

Fresh on Front

The vegan restaurant chain may be on most delivery apps but they also offer up their own delivery services. Just visit their website to place your order. 


The Leslieville bakery and brunch spot offers their menu for delivery to their surrounding streets. No minumum order required. 

Chiang Mai Etobicoke

If you plan on having this Liberty Village restaurant deliver Thai eats to your door expect to pay a minimum of $30. Orders can be placed online


The restaurant near Yonge & St. Clair offers free delivery withing 3km of the restaurant Wednesday to Saturdat from 5:45 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. They require a minimum spend of $50 before tax.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Blondies. With files from Tanya Mok and Jaclyn Skrobacky.

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