You can now get adorable sushi art delivered to your door in Toronto

Jun 12 2020, 8:50 am

If at-home lunches are getting a little mundane (a baloney sandwich, again?), bites of sushi art are the ideal solution.

Lucky for you, Natural Japaneats — a would-be regular vendor at the Dufferin Grove Farmer’s Market — is offering delivery on edible works of literal art.

While the farmer’s market is offering delivery on products from their roster each week, you can also place orders for home delivery or pickup of these adorable Japanese snacks straight from the source.

On offer through the creator’s website are Miso Soup, Sushi Mega Bites, Sushi Art, and Inari Sushi, chock-full of plant-based ingredients.

 

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If sweets are more your style, you can also place an order for Daifuku. These sticky rice cakes, filled with a sweet bean centre, come in standard flavours like chocolate, coconut, lemon, and matcha, as well as seasonal varieties including sakura, kabocha pumpkin, and strawberry.

Keep an eye on the Natural Japaneats Instagram account to learn which specials are in season.

 

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Orders placed by Thursday at noon will be ready for pickup or delivery on Saturday. You can check out this page to read up on the delivery zones orders can be sent to — some areas require a minimum order of $35, while others require $50, but in either case, delivery is free.

If you live outside the delivery zones but can travel, you can also place your order for pickup on Saturdays from either 97 Hilton Avenue or 117 Catalina Drive. For pickups, there’s no minimum order cost and retrieval is free.

 

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