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Aug 8, 2011 01:11 PM

Office lunch catering in downtown Toronto - ideas?

I am occasionally responsible for ordering our weekly office lunch (downtown Toronto, Yong/Bloor neighbourhood) and I am running out of good ideas. We have tried every pizza there is, subway sandwiches, Barburrito, Mr. Sub, Scaccia and Focaccia (on Hayden St.). I'm looking for other suggestions to "mix it up". I know there are Chowhounders out there that can help...please!

238 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V1Z7, CA

Scaccia Restaurant
55 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M4W1A5, CA

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  1. Have you tried Sage Cafe - 166 McCaul Street?
    My fav lunch spot and I heard good things about their catering service.

    1. Free Times Cafe (320 College St, near Spadina) has pretty good food. I haven't tried their catering though.

      If everyone's okay with sushi, you could try Sushi On Bloor (on Bloor, b/w Spadina and Bathurst). We ordered several large sushi party trays for parties and conferences in the past, and while I'm no sushi connoisseur, I thought it was pretty good. Everyone else thought it was tasty too, though I must warn you, we were all hungry university students.

      Good luck on feeding your office!

      Sushi On Bloor
      515 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S1Y4, CA

      Free Times Cafe
      320 College St, Toronto, ON M5T1S3, CA

      1. You might try ordering from Tiffinday, I think you are inside their delivery area, depends on how your office mates would react to vegan Indian.

        1. Black Camel. Call in advance to order either personalized combos for each person or a variety of mixed sandwiches with toppings on the side. Hop on the subway to Rosedale - or walk if you have the time - and voila.They have a steady bunch of regulars from the financial district that do this all the time.

          Black Camel
          4 Crescent Rd, Toronto, ON M4W1S9, CA

          1. Caplankys will deliver; yuzu isn't far from you, and porchetta and co does sell their meat by the pound, beyond that, I'm not sure - but you can always pay a cab to deliver food for you - from anywhere.