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Enjoy sharing a top-notch meal with someone you love, even if that loved one is you.
Whether you're picking up for a lavish picnic with friends, or having it delivered at home for a quiet night in, DoorDash Premium is here for you.
The food delivery app has a new premium selection of restaurants you can order from including Spadina Street staple Aloette and the super trendy Gusto101.
You don't really need a reason to order a five-star meal from any of the hundreds of cool local restaurants on DoorDash Premium. Sometimes you just want to get a little fancy!
Right now, new and existing users can get $7 off orders of $30 or more (no promo code necessary) at these select Toronto hot spots. And, as an added bonus to new DoorDash users, you can enjoy a $0 delivery fee for 30 days.
Not sure where you want to order from tonight? Here are some downtown Toronto restaurants with savoury menus.
Price: $17 - $22 for a main
Details: If you ask anyone what the best Italian restaurant is in Toronto, they'll likely say Terroni. Here, you can order fresh pasta like the Ravioli Di Ricotta, and pizza so huge you'll have to split it with a friend. We recommend the Buffalina or the Capricciosa.
Price: $14 - $22 for a main
Details: This French bistro offers a refined take on classic meals like the Aloette Burger, Beef Tartare and Fried Chicken. For dessert, you can choose between the Lemon Meringue or Chocolate Cake.
Price: $16 - $34 for a main
Details: The Middle Eastern restaurant from Anthony Rose has been in the Annex for seven years now and people can't get enough of the Lamb Kofta and Fattoush Kale Salad. Of course, you can't order without trying their infamous hummus.
Price: $5 - $49 per dish
Details: Every dish on DaiLo's menu is packed with flavour. You can pick between any of the 14 a la carte items but the Glazed Korean Short Ribs and Big Mac Bao are some of the most popular items from this College Street restaurant.
Price: $15 - $40 for a main
Details: Located near King & Portland, Gusto 101 is southern Italian with a modern twist. If you're craving pizza or pasta, this is where you want to order from. You can get a delicious bowl of Bolognese, a Margherita pizza or a 12 ounce strip sirloin for dinner.
Price: $18 - $22 for a main
Details: Vegans and vegetarians alike love ordering from Planta in Yorkville. You can find innovative "big plates" like the Eggplant Lasagna and "small plants" like Bang Bang Broccoli and Pad Thai Slaw. Gluten-free pizzas and smoothies are also on the menu.
Price: $59 prix fixe menu
Details: The rooftop restaurant near Yonge and Adelaide has a prix fixe menu for $59 if you want to try a couple different plates. Their buttermilk cheddar biscuits are really good and so are their oysters that come in a red wine mignonette horseradish.
Price: $9 - 20 for a main
Details: Located on the trendy Ossington strip, this Korean restaurant is known for their deep-fried chicken wings coated in a sweet and spicy gochujang glaze. Other notables on the menu include Bulgogi Cheesesteak, Kimchi & Pork Belly Fried Rice and Squash Poutine.