About TuckShop Kitchen

TuckShop Kitchen is a lunch takeout and convenience store, offering the best burgers, fresh sandwiches, homemade soups and salads that won't break the bank!

Located in the Junction Triangle, a new an upcoming neighbourhood just West of downtown Toronto, we strive to be the best lunch takeout restaurant for the neighbourhood. Everyday we offer a daily specials, including our popular Cobb Salad, Reuben and Turkey Burger.

Award Winning Breakfast Sandwich

Every weekend we offer our award winning Breakfast Sandwiches for the neighbourhood, including our Peameal sandwich, which is listed in "Best Peameal Bacon Sandwiches in Toronto" by BlogTO. It's a perfect brunch takeout option in the Junction Triangle.

Convenience Store Goods

In our convenience store we offer snacks like Miss Vickie's Chips, Clif Bars and Snickers, plus your daily essentials: Harmony organic milk, eggs, Rudolph's bread and our own house bacon.

We now offer lunch delivery and online ordering. Now you order your favourite sandwiches and snacks delivered right to your home!


Monday – Tuesday

11:00am - 4:00pm

Wednesday – Saturday

11:00am - 7:00pm


11:00am - 5:00pm


Now you can order and pay online, for pick up in store: Order Here

We also offer delivery with DoorDash:
DoorDash Delivery

Office Catering

We have now partnered with Foodee for office catering and delivery

From the Blog

  • Happy Burger Day 2018!

    Tuck Royale Burger

    The origins of Burger Day are unknown. In some places, Burger Day appears to be celebrated in August.  But on the whole, May 28 appears to be widely accepted as International Burger Day. May 28 is roughly the start of grilling season and the Victoria Day long weekend, which makes it an ideal time to celebrate. It’s likely that Burger Day was created by some enterprising soul in the United States, since it’s a similar time to the Memorial Day long weekend, and kicks off the start of Summer grilling season. This gives us some idea of where Burger Day may have originated, but what about burgers themselves?

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  • The Royal Couple: Soup and Sandwich

    Tomato Basil Soup

    Tomato Basil Soup

    Few foods are as comforting as soup. We turn to chicken noodle soup when we’re sick. When you live in a wintry climate, few things beat a hot soup on a cold day. But sometimes soup alone isn’t enough, so what better to pair with a soup than a sandwich? TuckShop Kitchen loves this combination as much as you do and the team serves five of their favourite soups throughout the week. Here’s what makes each soup special:

    Monday: Carrot Ginger Miso Soup

    Carrot ginger soup is commonly found on menus, but TuckShop Kitchen distinguishes their soup by adding more ginger and by including miso. In this soup, miso is like your awesome-yet-quiet friend: hanging out in the background but adding some great flavour that you wish was always there. Try pairing this with the Peameal Bacon sandwich – sharp soup, mellow sandwich.

    Tuesday: Tomato Basil Soup

    Familiar with bright flavours, eating tomato basil soup feels like coming home to a happy family reunion. Unlike most places, which use dry basil in their soup, the base of TuckShop Kitchen’s tomato basil soup is cooked on Mondays so that the flavours have time to meld overnight, then fresh basil is added on Tuesday mornings to finish off the soup.  One of TuckShop’s most popular combinations, there’s no better pairing than the Turkey Grilled Cheese sandwich!

    Wednesday: Curry Roasted Sweet Potato and Coconut Milk Soup

    Just reading the name of this soup transports you to a place with palm trees, blue skies, and an endless beach. Most places making a soup like this would simply add sweet potato to boiling water or broth and blend it all together. But at Tuckshop Kitchen, the sweet potato is slow-roasted in the oven and its braising liquid is part of the final soup, which adds significantly more flavour. Coconut milk is whisked in as a final finishing step on Wednesday morning. To keep things on the lighter side, try pairing this with the Miso Tofu sandwich.

    Thursday: Potato Leek Soup

    Another classic combination but, unlike TuckShop Kitchen’s other soups, the potato leek soup is left chunky, it’s not pureed. Leaving the soup chunky isn’t something you’ll often find, but it gives the soup a heartier feel. TuckShop Kitchen first slowly cooks the leeks and potato together, then adds house-made leek stock on Thursday mornings.  Try pairing the BLT with this hearty soup.

    Friday: Triple Mushroom Soup

    Mushroom soups are often made using a dairy base, which gives the soup a nice creaminess but can sometimes feel too heavy. At TuckShop Kitchen, the Triple Mushroom soup tastes creamy but is not dairy-based. The team works this magic by making mushroom stock using a LOT of mushrooms, pureeing it all together once it’s finished. A classic soup with a twist calls for a classic sandwich with a twist – try pairing the Roast Turkey and Apple sandwich with this one.

    Weekends: Surprise Soup!

    You never know which soup you’ll find on weekends, whether it’s an old favourite or a new discovery. TuckShop Kitchen always serves soup, so stop by to find out what’s cooking!





    Tess Ng is an accountant by day, writer by night, and food lover all the time.




  • Happy Grilled Cheese Day!


    Tuck Grilled Cheese: Gruyère, swiss and cheddar, spinach, sun-dried tomato chutney, roasted red peppers

    The beloved grilled cheese sandwich.

    It’s warm and soothing, like a savoury and non-liquid version of hot chocolate. Kids love it because it’s an incredibly simple and accessible food. Photographers love it because it’s awesome taking a photo of the moment when you pull the two halves of your grilled cheese sandwich apart and it becomes satisfyingly stringy in the middle. People who don’t know how to cook love it because even they are capable of making a grilled cheese sandwich. But amidst all this love, there’s controversy. Read more

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