Over here at WanderEater, we’re huge foodies and we love cooking but sometimes don’t you just want everything kinda done for you? That’s why this year, we’re planning on ordering in for Easter. Not only are you sure to get a fabulous meal, but the pressure is totally off and you’re supporting a local restaurant. It’s a win-win-win situation that we just can’t say no to. If you’re considering ordering in this year for Easter, keep reading for a list of Ontario restaurants that have meal packages all set up. All you have to do is place your order, coordinate pickup, and you’re good to go!
Here are 6 Ontario restaurants to order your Easter dinner from this year.
Leave the cooking to the team at Marben this year. The Toronto restaurant’s heat-at-home kit comes with everything you need to enjoy a gorgeous festive meal, without the stress of cooking and timing. Curated by Executive Chef Chris Locke, the menu features fresh, seasonal ingredients like rhubarb, radishes, carrots and of course, Spring lamb from Beverly Creek Farms. It’s available for $65 per person with a minimum order of two and pre-orders are required at least 48 hours before for pickup on Friday, Saturday or Sunday of Easter weekend.
What’s Easter without lamb? The team at West Side Beef has you covered with their very first Lamb Share box that comes with a wide variety of various cuts like chops, shoulder of lamb, ground lamb, shanks, and more. No matter if you’re planning a large Easter feast with your bubble or you just love lamb, this box should be on your radar! Orders must be placed before March 28 to arrive in time for Easter.
Known for being one of TO’s top grocery stores with the best premade meals, Summerhill Market has done it again. They’re offering not one, but four different options on a pay-per-person basis. Choose from the classics like a turkey dinner or ham dinner, or do something a bit different and opt for brisket or beef tenderloin. Honestly, whichever one you choose is going to be delicious!
Kingston’s own AquaTerra is offering up not only a fabulous Easter dinner menu but also an Easter brunch. For dinner, you’ll get a wide variety of yummy dishes like potato galette, spice-rubbed turkey, spring salad, and much more. If brunch is more your thing, you’ll be thrilled when you dig into quiche Lorraine, lamb sausage rolls, and pork belly hash to name a few.
Prepared by Executive Chef Yannick Anton, Ottawa’s Signatures Restaurant has a 4-course Easter feast that’s complete with an amuse-bouche, appetizer of smoked salmon & goat cheese, main of chicken breast and duck rillettes, and of course, dessert which is the cutest chocolate bunny shape. You just can’t go wrong!
No matter if you’re Toronto-based or spending the holiday in Prince Edward County you can enjoy your meal taken care of by the talented Drake team. The Feaster Dinner consists of house-smoked ham, celeriac and fontina puree, brussels sprouts, The Drake’s famous milk rolls, pineapple frangipane for dessert, and more. There’s also a vegetarian option, plus top off your Easter dinner with one of Centre + Main’s Chocolate Co. chocolate Easter eggs and 100% of proceeds will be donated to The Stop Food Community Centre emergency food access program.
Featured Image: Marben Restaurant