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Dec 31, 2012 09:03 AM

Delivery and take-out in London, Ontario

These are my usual go-tos for take-out or delivery in London:
churrasco chicken at Imperio dos Frangos or Rei dos Leitos

shawarma from Barrakat

Greek from Mykonos or The Dancing Greek Taverna

Indian food from Massey's

Chinese take-out from Tasty Coast

fish & chips from Archie's

Neapolitan pizza from P Za pie

I noticed Pollos Mikey, a Peruvian chicken place at 137 Wellington Rd, and plan to try it soon.

I also plan to try Chopstick House for Chinese take-out in the New Year.

Restaurants that deliver through Just-Eat in London

What's your favourite place for take-out pizza?

I still haven't gotten around to trying
Frank & Gus
Byron Pizza or
Porcino in Hyde Park
Muldoon's on Wonderland (take-out or dine-in, no delivery) is good for an old school Ontario-style pizza.

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  1. I would say not to bother with Frank & Gus. Admittedly it has been many years, but nothing special, and as I recall, canned olives.

    And Chopstick House - still so awesome after all these years! :)

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    1. re: CocoaChanel

      Thanks, CocoaChanel.

      I noticed there's a location of Tony's in Wonderland Corners on Wonderland Rd N. For old time's sake, I picked up a pizza. I was surprised to see the mushrooms on my pizza today were canned mushrooms. Tony's uses a doughy old school dough, without the commercial taste that's in most commercial pizzas, and the sauce is tastier than the most, but the pizza doesn't taste the same as the pizza we used to order from Tony's Wharncliffe take-out location. My pizza's dough wasn't fully cooked, so I ended up throwing it in the oven a little longer. For doughy old school southwestern Ontario-style pizza, I prefer the pizza at Muldoon's.

      1. re: prima

        Hunh. I thought Tony;s was gone. I remember going to Tony's Wharncliffe in the 90s (early) when friends *RAVED* about how great the pizza was. I didn;t get it - canned everything. That pizza still sticks in my mind 20 years later, not in a good way.

        I hope your pizza turns out and kali chronia!

        1. re: CocoaChanel

          We mostly ordered Tony's in the 70s & 80s, then mostly Eastown and Little Caesars in the 90s. I'm pretty sure the original Tony's on Dundas near the Western Fairgrounds has been open since 1961, as the various satellite locations have opened and closed around town.

          I'm hoping for better pizzas in London (and Toronto) in the New Year. ;-)

          Kali Chronia to you, too!