7 Toronto Restaurants Where You Can Get Lunar New Year Feasts To Go

The most delicious way to celebrate.
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
7 Toronto Restaurants Where You Can Get Lunar New Year Feasts To Go

There are some delicious ways you can celebrate Lunar New Year from home, and you don't even need to spend the day cooking.

These restaurants are offering Toronto Lunar New Year food to go, so you can bring the festivities to your kitchen table.

You can treat yourself to all sorts of drool-worthy meals, from 8-course menus to specialty bao and sushi.

Celebrate in the most delicious way with these takeout feasts.

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Momofuku 

Price: $168 for 2 people

Address: 190 University Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: In collaboration with Alma, this glorious feast for 2 comes with 8 dishes, including wontons, roast duck, and steamed buns. It is also available for 4 people.

Pear

Price: $18.99 for 2 boas

Address: 5317 Yonge St., North York, ON

Why You Need To Try It: This restaurant is serving up limited Foie Gras Wagyu Beef Bao until February 28, with 40 available daily.

Ikon Sushi

Price: $38.88

Address: 11 Fairburn Dr., Unit 20, Markham, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Treat yourself to a sushi feast with Ikon Sushi's Lunar Don box. The meal includes lobster, uni, toro, and salmon ikura.

DaiLo

Price: $78 per person

Address: 503 College St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Choose from some delicious options with this dinner to-go, which offers dishes like Thai Herb Salad, Aloe Sorbet, and Vietnamese Springroll.

Miku Toronto

Price: $150 for 2 people

Address: 10 Bay St. #105, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: This feast for two is the way to any foodie's heart. The Lunar New Year and Valentine's Day special comes with drool-worthy sushi and hand rolls, and it's available between February 11 and 14.

Chau

Price: $88 for 2 people

Address: 852 King St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Indulge in all your favourites like spring rolls, mapo tofu dumplings, and white rabbit candy with this feast to-go.

Hong Shing

Price: $288

Address: 195 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Available until February 19, the Chinese New Year Kit is in collaboration with local businesses in the Toronto Asian community. The kit includes Hong Shing & Trevor Lui’s specialty 8-course menu, Evelyn Chick's cocktail tea kit, and more.

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