The Best Delivery Food In Halifax

We’ve done it. We finally have the definitive list for take-out and delivery in Halifax. Just when you thought your day couldn’t get any better, we write this list and everything has changed. Now, put your Lulu’s, nestle into Netflix, read the list to find tonight’s dinner.

Freeman’s Little New York (American)— If you’ve been operating for 60 years, something is going right. Whether you’re craving pizza, ‘fingers’, or wings, Freeman’s Little New York has you covered late into the night. The best part of all is you can place orders online so you don’t need to speak to anyone on the phone.

Homemade cannoli at Rinaldo's in Halifax

Homemade cannoli at Rinaldo’s in Halifax

Rinaldo’s (Italian)Halifax’s newest addition to the delivery scene is a good one, cooking up food just like your Italian grandmother used to (or not). Along with a collection of hero sandwiches, they offer house-made pasta and pizza, along with Italian mainstays like chicken parmesan. Don’t forget to order some homemade cannoli, it’s good.

Cha Baa Thai (Thai)With three locations throughout the HRM, Cha Baa Thai has you covered when the cravings hit. Since opening in 2007, there has only been one goal driving the restaurant — bring affordable, delicious, and authentic Thai cuisine to the Maritimes. With their commitment to fresh ingredients and true-to-roots recipes, you can be certain that whatever you order, it will be authentic.

Fire Ocean Roll at Wasabi House in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Fire Ocean Roll at Wasabi House in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Wasabi House (Japanese)Wasabi House is without a doubt the go-to spot for sushi in Halifax. And guess what, they deliver. You can rest assured that whenever the cravings hit, you can get the sweet blend of traditional and not-so traditional takes on Japanese cuisine. Rather than wait in a line that runs around the block, get on the phone have it delivered to your couch. Our recommendation is the Monster Roll or sushi pizza.

Blue Olive (Greek)— The team at Blue Olive focus on basic ingredients to make their food taste good. In their kitchen, you won’t find elaborate recipes or fancy imported food, just locally-sourced goodness. They do their best to reduce their environmental footprint by packaging all take out with recycled materials.