Toronto restaurant adds toilet paper to its takeout menu

Mar 23 2020, 8:10 pm

Restaurants across Toronto are showing up for the city amid COVID-19 by offering much-needed, comforting and nourishing food for pick-up and delivery.

And one east-end eatery is going above and beyond what’s already exceptional, because on top of serving up pizza and pasta, the Italian spot is offering toilet paper as an add-on to takeout orders.

Available via Uber Eats, rolls of toilet paper can be thrown onto an order from Frankie’s Italian for $1 each, just as easily as you can opt to get a dessert, small plate, or cutlery.

“The stores seem to be sold out everywhere and we have lots that we won’t be using anytime soon so if you need a roll, we got you covered,” reads the eatery’s ordering page.


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If you’ve been stressing about where you can grab a couple of the essential rolls, here’s a solution to your problem.

Just remember: Take only what you need.

If you’re not in need of toilet paper and you’re out of the Frankie’s delivery zone, west-enders can also call ahead for curbside pick-up at Annabelle.

Under the same ownership, the menu is similar to the one at Frankie’s, but focuses more on pasta plates — for $10 each — than pizza.

Kayla GladyszKayla Gladysz

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