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19 Best Meal Kits to Order from Toronto Restaurants

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19 Best Meal Kits to Order from Toronto Restaurants

Looking for the best Toronto restaurant meal kits to order and make yourself at home?

Whether you’re looking to spice up your date night at home or just try something new with your family, meal kits are a fun way to get your hands a little messy and learn how to cook some new dishes.

The nice thing about meal kits is that all the ingredients are ready and portioned out for you, so you just have to put all the ingredients together and cook it into a nice meal.

Even better is that you can support a local Toronto restaurant by ordering one of their meal kits for pickup or delivery!

It’s best to order for pickup or delivery directly from the restaurant if they’re offering it, but if you can only order it through Toronto food apps, that’s still supporting the restaurant.

From elevated brunch staples to decadent dinner dishes, there’s definitely a meal kit from one of these Toronto restaurants that you’ll love.

Here are some of the best Toronto restaurant meal kits to order and cook at home!


Best Toronto restaurant meal kits to cook at home


Rustle & Still Café, Toronto

Rustle & Still Café

Rustle & Still is an adorable Vietnamese café in Koreatown, and they’re known for their amazing Asian-inspired lattes and Vietnamese bites.

If you get the chance to visit their café, they’re one of the cutest and most Instagram-worthy coffee shops in Toronto!

They have banh mi kits for both 2 and 4 people, at $18 and $34 each for pickup on Ritual, and you can get $10 off your first order using my code.

If you order through Uber Eats, the prices are $19 and $36, and you can use my code “eats-4nci5” for $10 off your first $20 order.

It comes with all the ingredients you need to make your own banh mi at home, including your choice of protein, pickled veggies, homemade mayo and pate, and Vietnamese baguettes!

LOCATION: 605 Bloor St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:


The Good Fork

If you’re big on brunch, you’ll definitely love the meal kits available at The Good Fork, one of Toronto’s most loved brunch spots.

You can choose from the Blueberry Halva Pancakes, Hummus Bowl, Lox, and Huevos Rancheros meal kits, all which serve 2 people and range from $29-$38.

It’s best to order directly from the restaurant’s website for pickup, but you can also order from Uber Eats for delivery.

If you do choose to order through Uber Eats, you can use my code “eats-4nci5” for $10 off your first $20 order.

The Lox Kit is also $1 cheaper on their website, which I’m not sure is a mistake or not, but might be good to know if you’re planning on ordering! 😛

LOCATION: 1550 Dundas St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:

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Oretta Restaurant in Toronto

Oretta

Oretta is one of the cutest and most Instagrammable brunch spots in Toronto, and you’ll find all kinds of authentic Italian eats at this King West spot.

They’ve got a brunch meal kit box called the Colazione Dei Campioni available for $40 (alcohol-free) or $78 (with alcohol).

For actual meals, you can choose from the Margherita Pizza, Cardinale Pizza, Parmigiana di Melanzane, and Lasagne for $13-$46.

And if you’re a dessert lover, they’ve also got a Bombolone Bouquet available for $50!

You can order all of the meal kits for pickup on their website, or for delivery on Uber Eats and DoorDash.

You can use my code “eats-4nci5” for $10 off your first $20 order at Uber Eats and use my code for $5 off your first order of $10 on DoorDash!

LOCATION: ‍633 King St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:


Buca

Can’t get enough of Italian eats?

Try making one of Buca’s meal kits, and choose from their Carbonara, Pizza Burrata, Nodini, or Focaccia meal kits ranging from $9-$19.

They even have fresh raw pasta and ready-made pasta sauces if you want to do as minimal cooking as possible.

Order for pickup at their St. Clair West location, or order delivery on their website.

They also deliver in Vaughan, Richmond Hill, and Markham!

LOCATION: ‍Various locations

How to order:


La Palma

La Palma is an aesthetically-pleasing Italian restaurant located near Dundas and Bathurst, and they’ve got one of the most Instagram-worthy restaurants in Toronto!

They offer a different and fun meal kit every week, and you can even add on their wine pairings to make it even more special.

If you’re feeling a bit lazy, they’ve also got ready-prepared meals you can just take home and cook.

Choose from the Lasagna Tray (serves 4) or Whole Chicken, priced at $45 and $20.

Order for pickup on their website or Ritual, or order for delivery on Skip the Dishes, Uber Eats, or DoorDash.

LOCATION: ‍849 Dundas St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:


Eataly Market, Toronto

Eataly

If you’re a lover of all things pasta and pizza, you’ll love the meal kits at Eataly Toronto.

Eataly is an Italian grocer with locations around the world, and they’ve got a few restaurants within their Toronto store as well.

Choose from one of their pasta kits for 2 ranging from $23.90-$33.90, or one of their pizza kits for 2 ranging from $30.90-$38.90, all of which you can order for pickup or delivery on Eataly’s website.

You can also order the Margherita Pizza ($32), Tagliatelle Bolognese ($35), and Tonnarelli Cacio e Pepe ($25) on Skip the Dishes or DoorDash for a few bucks more.

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You can use my codes for $5 off your first order on Skip the Dishes and $5 off your first order of $10 on DoorDash!

LOCATION: 55 Bloor St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:


General Assembly Pizza, Toronto

General Assembly

Another pizza restaurant in Toronto I absolutely love is General Assembly, and you can order make-at-home pizza meal kits from them!

It’s an adorable spot to grab pizza and a beer, but since we can’t do that right now, meal kits are the way to go (or ordering pizza already made!)

They’ve got the Loving Cup and Cheese Wizard meal kits, both which serve 2 people and range from $19-$21.

You can order the pizza meal kits for pickup on Ritual (use my code for $10 off your first order) or for delivery on DoorDash (use my code for $5 off your first order of $10).

LOCATION: 333 Adelaide St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:


Sala Modern Thai Kitchen

For my fellow Thai food lovers: all the best Thai dishes in meal kits, brought to you by Sala Kitchen.

If you’re feeling appetizers, you can pick from Shrimp Chips, Mango Salad, or Tom Yum Soup ranging from $5-9.

For meals, you can choose from a variety of different stir fries, noodles, and curries ranging from $14.50-$16.50.

You can read the instructions they give you with the meal kit, or watch the video tutorial on their website!

You can order Sala’s meal kits for pickup or delivery directly on their website, and they offer free delivery on Sundays.

LOCATION: 1262 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON

How to order:

  • Order for pickup or delivery on their website

Chorizo bowl from LCXO by La Carnita

LCXO by La Carnita

Got a sudden craving for tacos in Toronto?

LCXO is a virtual restaurant by La Carnita, so they’re exclusively available for takeout or delivery only.

La Carnita is one of the best Mexican restaurants in Toronto, and you’ll find even more of their delicious Mexican eats at LCXO!

Order their Homestyle Tacos, Yucatan Chicken Tacos, or Cali Style Steak Tacos for pickup on their website for $32.95-$37, or order on Uber Eats for $37.95 each.

Each taco meal kit serves 2-3 people!

LOCATION: Various locations

How to order:


WVRST

WVRST is known for their sausages, beers, and German eats.

Get to cookin’ and choose from the Chili Cheese Fries (serves 2), Chili Cheese Dog (serves 5), or Sloppy Joe (serves 5), ranging from $30-$55.

If you’re looking for something a bit fancier, choose from the Cheese Fondue or Pantry Box, both which serve 4 and range from $90-$100!

You can exclusively order the meal kits on their website for pick up from their locations on King West or at Union Station.

LOCATION: Various locations

How to order:

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Patois

Patois is an Asian-Caribbean fusion restaurant, and they’ve got some delicious and mouthwatering meal kit options.

Grab their Jerk Pork Belly Yakisoba (serves 2) for $29.50, DIY Doubles for $18, or Juicy Jerk Chicken (serves 2) for $35.

Order their meal kits for pickup or delivery from their website, order for pickup on Ritual, or order for delivery on Skip the Dishes, Uber Eats, or DoorDash.

You can also order a whole bunch of different pre-cooked or frozen cook-at-home dishes!

LOCATION: 794 Dundas St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:


Salmon aburi at Miku Sushi in Vancouver, British Columbia

Miku

Miku is an upscale sushi spot based out of Vancouver, and they’ve got a restaurant by the Harbourfront.

They’ve got both fresh and frozen meal kits you can pick from to have the ultimate Japanese dining experience from the comfort of your own home.

You can pick from a few different meal kit options for $30-$55 on their website or Ritual, or $33-$60.50 on Uber Eats:

  • Miso Seafood Chowder (serves 2)
  • Soba Peperoncino (serves 2-3)
  • Temaki Sushi (serves 3-4)

For the frozen meal kits, you can choose from the Soy Ginger Glazed Pork and Sweet Soy Tofu, which range from $9-$10.50 on their website or Ritual, or $10-$11 on Uber Eats.

You can also add an order of steamed rice to your order for the frozen meal kits, or just make it yourself at home.

LOCATION: Unit 105, 10 Bay St, Toronto, ON

How to order:


Minami

Minami is a sister restaurant to Miku, and they’re also based out of Vancouver.

I actually prefer Minami to Miku, but both are great!

Minami only has frozen meal kits available, and you can choose from these different options:

  • Soy Ginger Glazed Pork
  • Sweet Soy Tofu
  • Salmon Sukiyaki
  • Oyakodon
  • Unagi Don

They range from $9-$15.75 on Ritual (use my code for $10 off your first order) or $10-$18.15 on Uber Eats (use my code “eats-4nci5” for $10 off your first $20 order).

LOCATION: Suite 100, 225 King St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:


Tora

If you’re in the North York area, you’ll be happy to hear about Tora, another sister restaurant to Miku and Minami!

They’ve got a Temaki Sushi meal kit that serves 3-4 people, and you can watch their IGTV video to see a tutorial on how to put it all together with chef Toaki.

You can get it for $55 on Ritual for pickup or $60.50 on Uber Eats for delivery!

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Feel free to use my code for $10 off your first order on Ritual, or my code “eats-4nci5” for $10 off your first $20 order) on Uber Eats.

LOCATION: 3401 Dufferin St, North York, ON

How to order:


Oyster Boy

Looking to satisfy your oyster cravings?

Oyster Boy is offering delicious and freshly shucked oyster kits, and all you have to do is bake them in the oven with the included toppings.

Choose from the Oysters Rockefeller Kit or Oysters Kilpatrick Kit, which are 6 for $25 or 12 for $48 if you order for pickup on their website.

The Rockefeller comes from sautéed spinach and fennel, parmesan, and lemon panko, and the Kilpatrick comes with bacon, balsamic horseradish, butter, and fresh herbs.

You can also order the oyster meal kits on Uber Eats and DoorDash, but the prices are 6 for $30 instead.

LOCATION: 872 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:


Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie in Distillery District, Toronto

Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie

Cluny is one of the best restaurants in the Distillery District, and you can make your own decadent French dishes at home using their meal kits.

If you get a chance to visit their restaurant, they’ve got a gorgeous outdoor patio!

You can choose from the Beef Bourguignon, Coq Au Vin, Spiced Lamb Shoulder, and Sweet Potato & Leek Tagine, which range from $27-$42 and all serve 2 people.

If you’re looking to pair your meal with a drink, they also have a Mulled Drink Kit for $11!

The meal kits are available for pickup on Ritual (use my code for $10 off your first order) or delivery on Uber Eats (use my code “eats-4nci5” for $10 off your first $20 order).

They also have a French Onion Soup Kit for $17.90 that’s only available on their website, and you can get 3 of their Mulled Drink Kits for a discounted price of $30!

LOCATION: 35 Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON

How to order:


Jules Bistro

Jules is another adorable French bistro with locations in both Trinity Bellwoods and Leslieville.

Their meal kits are only available on Ritual, and you can choose between the Côte de Bœuf or Rack of Lamb, both which serve 2 and cost $70.

You can use my code to get $10 off your first order on Ritual!

Jules’ meal kits are definitely a bit pricier, but they’re perfect for a romantic date night at home or special occasion!

LOCATION: Various locations

How to order:

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Antler

You may have heard about Antler, as they’re famous for serving up game meats at their Toronto restaurant.

They highlight local and regional ingredients on their menu, all paired with different game meats.

Pick from their Burger Box, Bison Rib Eye Kit, Ricotta Cavatelli with Boar Ragu Kit, or Braised Rabbit Cacciatore (frozen) ranging from $26-$50.

The meal kits are only available for pickup on their website, but you can order them already cooked on Ritual, Skip the Dishes, and Uber Eats!

LOCATION: 1454 Dundas St. West, Toronto, ON

How to order:


Earls Kitchen + Bar

Based out of British Columbia with dozens of locations across North America, Earls serves up upscale global comfort foods.

You can pick from a variety of meal kits ranging from $15-$40, all which serve 2 people and can be ready in 15 minutes.

If you order online on Earls’ website for pickup, you can get 10% off.

Otherwise, you can order the meal kits on Skip the Dishes, Uber Eats, and DoorDash!

LOCATION: Various locations

How to order:


Best restaurant meal kits in Toronto to cook at home:

  1. Rustle & Still Café
  2. The Good Fork
  3. Oretta
  4. Buca
  5. La Palma
  6. Eataly
  7. General Assembly
  8. Sala Modern Thai Kitchen
  9. LCXO by La Carnita
  10. WVRST
  11. Patois
  12. Miku
  13. Minami
  14. Oyster Boy
  15. Tora
  16. Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie
  17. Jules Bistro
  18. Antler
  19. Earls Kitchen + Bar

These were some of the best local restaurant meal kits in Toronto to order and cook at home!

It’s definitely nice to switch it up every now and then and try some new recipes that are already fully curated for you.

Plus, it’s also great to be able to support local Toronto restaurants!

Have you tried out any of these meal kits in Toronto? What are the best local Toronto restaurant meal kits you’ve tried to cook at home? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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