Kitchen Hub Opens Flagship Location in Toronto


TORONTO ― Last week, Kitchen Hub opened the doors to a 10,000-sq.-ft. flagship location in Toronto’s Castlefield Design District. The new location is Kitchen Hub’s third and largest to-date as well as the first of five locations opening in 2022, with 50 planned across Canada in the next five years. Kitchen Hub Castlefield will provide takeout from restaurants in York, Midtown, North York and the Design District.

Kitchen Hub’s mission is to provide an unbelievable takeout experience. Every detail of its three locations — from the design to the technology — has been custom-built to facilitate quick, easy takeout at a consistent high-quality. Each Kitchen Hub location offers takeout from some of Toronto’s best restaurants — all in one order. Customers can select menu items from all of Kitchen Hub’s partners, resulting in a combination of dishes they love.

Restaurant partners at Kitchen Hub’s Castlefield location include Gusto 101, PAI Northern Thai Kitchen, Cabano’s Comfort Food, Impact Kitchen, Chubby’s Jamaican Kitchen, Chatime, Greenhouse Juice Co., The Cheesecake Factory Bakery, Le Dolci Bakery, and a full array of unique snacks, sweets and desserts.

We started Kitchen Hub to revolutionize takeout,” says Adam Armeland, Kitchen Hub co-founder and CEO. “We know the surge in takeout popularity is here to stay, so we’ve curated unbelievable experiences for consumers by combining Toronto’s best restaurants under one roof and created facilities that allow us to do takeout better than anyone else.”

Takeout from Kitchen Hub is available via or all major third-party delivery services, including SkipTheDishes, which has recognized the virtual food hall as an industry leader.

“Kitchen Hub is elevating the takeout experience in a unique and exciting way,” says Howard Migdal, COO of SkipTheDishes. “We’re able to innovate and collaborate alongside them as they work to ensure the highest-quality takeout while offering consumers the opportunity to mix and match menu items for a truly personalized experience, setting a new standard for the industry. We look forward to growing our relationship with them as they continue to expand.”

Kitchen Hub’s Castlefield location is equipped with 13 state-of-the-art kitchens and retail space optimized for takeout. Unlike other ghost-kitchen concepts, each restaurant partner manages its own staff and food production within its kitchen space. Orders, which can be placed for delivery or customer pick-up on, are tracked through Kitchen Hub’s proprietary technology, minimizing delivery times and virtually eliminating unnecessary wait time for customer pickup.  Separate entrances are provided to customers and drivers to increase efficiency

“We started our relationship with Kitchen Hub in 2020, which is a true partnership that we’re thrilled to expand,” said chef Nuit Regular, executive chef and co-owner of PAI. “It has the same priorities that we do when it comes to takeout: delighting our customers by ensuring the quality of food is the equivalent at-home as it is in our restaurants.”

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