Sushi and Sake Delivery

Considering sushi is a meal that likely requires extensive time, skill and patience for many of us to make at home, Torontonians are no doubt longing for their sushi dinners and other Japanese classics right about now. A few of the city’s top Japanese restaurants, from smaller, casual spots to the finest of the fine dining players, are now making their coveted meals available for pickup and delivery. Whether you’re craving a fully-loaded maki roll, elegant pressed sushi, a big bowl of noodles or a bottle of sake, this list has you covered.

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Sushi Masaki Saito

This ultra-luxurious sushi spot in Yorkville comes from Michelin star chef Masaki Saito, who focuses on the most authentic, artfully-prepared sushi. They are now offering a short dinner menu with sake pairings, available in limited quantities and for delivery only, from Monday to Saturday. If you’re feeling like a fancy, indulgent sushi night or have a special occasion coming up, this is the spot! Available for delivery only by calling the restaurant directly.

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Miku

Originating in Vancouver, this popular spot on Bay and Queen’s Quay is famous for their pressed and flame-seared “Aburi” sushi. From their to-go menu, you can choose from a wide variety of pressed sushi, maki rolls, sashimi and platters, delivery straight to your door through UberEats or available for pickup. Bonus: you can also order beer, wine and sake to pair with your meal! Available for delivery through UberEats, and for pickup through Ritual or directly from the restaurant.

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Saku Sushi

If you’re a fan of creative, fully-loaded sushi rolls and other classic Japanese dishes, look no further than Saku. Their menu of specialty rolls offers some of the most delicious combinations in the city, from seared spicy salmon and avocado to prawn tempura with a crispy potato topping. There’s something for everyone here (including vegetarian options), and the generous portions mean you get a lot of bang for your buck! All take-out orders can be made by calling the restaurant directly (and receive 15% off), and deliveries are available through DoorDash and UberEats.

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Japango

This small, hole-in-the-wall sushi joint serves super high-quality rolls, nigiri and noodles, as well as lunch specials that have proven very popular amongst the downtown crowd. Although it can sometimes be tough to snag a spot in their narrow space with limited seating, you can now bring the sushi meal you’re craving home with you. They’re currently offering all of your Japango favourites for delivery straight to your door through UberEats, DoorDash and SkipTheDishes.

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Ja Bistro

This stylish, upscale spot offers a concise menu of pressed and torched sushi favourites like tiger shrimp, cured mackerel and Atlantic salmon, plus rice bowls loaded with fresh fish. If you’re in the mood for refreshments, their drink menu is not to be missed: it boasts a long list of interesting and aromatic sakes, as well as Japanese whiskeys, wines and beers. Takeout orders can be made for pickup by calling the restaurant directly, and delivery is available through UberEats.

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Kasa Moto

From the Chase Hospitality group of restaurants, Yorkville’s favourite destination for upscale, contemporary Japanese food has generated a lot of attention over the past few years. Amidst these socially-distant times, they’re offering popular menu items like pressed sushi, bento boxes and unique vegetable sides for from Tuesday to Saturday evenings. Order for takeout directly through the restaurant and for delivery through UberEats or DoorDash, and don’t forget to add one of their luxurious wine or sake bottles to round out your meal.

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