The Best Toronto Takeout To Impress Your Date With According To Local Food Lovers
Locals know best!
Your next date night on the town may be on hold for the time being, but that doesn't mean you can't still enjoy a romantic meal for two.
We reached out to you, our readers on Instagram, and asked for your go-to takeout spot in Toronto to impress your date.
Dozens of you responded and here are the results.
These arefor date night, according to you.
Momofuku Toronto Noodle Bar
Cuisine: Noodle bar
Address: 190 University Avenue, Toronto, ON.
Why You Need To Go: A sister restaurant to Noodle Bar New York City, this go-spot offers a variety of noodles and Asian cuisine sure to impress that special someone.
Address: 229 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON.
Why You Need To Go: These beautifully prepared meals and craft cocktails are bound to impress whoever you choose to dine with.
Address: 195 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON.
Why You Need To Go: Cafe Polonez has been serving authentic Polish food to Toronto for over 30 years — who are we to question the test of time?
The Diner's Corner
Address: 714 Yonge St, Toronto, ON.
Why You Need To Go: Are you really from Toronto if you don't love Jamaican food? This spot serves up some of the best authentic Jamaican cuisine in the city.
D Spot Dessert Cafe
Address: Located all over the GTA.
Why You Need To Go: What's sweeter than sharing a dessert with a special someone? Plus, even if it turns out that someone isn't so special — the dessert will still be incredible.
Address: 101 Portland St, Toronto, ON.
Why You Need To Go: Whoever is accompanying you for a meal will absolutely be impressed with your taste in Southern Italian classics if you take them to Gusto 101.
Address: 18 Duncan St, Toronto, ON.
Why You Need To Go: Chef Nuit Regular is an award-winning chef, who came from Thailand to Toronto to pursue her culinary dreams. Now, she has built an empire of damn good Thai food.