10 Cross-Canada Takeout-Film Pairings for Movie Night

We can all agree that the downside of staying in is the decision-making. What food to order, which movie to watch — there are so many options! By the time it’s all said and done, your pizza is cold and your eyes are begging for blue light glasses.

The good news is your days of endless scrolling are over because we did it for you! Here are 10 perfect movie-meal pairings.

Wonder Woman 1984 and Chung Chun Rice Hotdogs (Toronto, ON + Multiple Locations)

The sequel to Wonder Woman takes place in the 80’s so mealtime is an elevated twist on a childhood favourite, the pogo stick. Chung Chun’s Korean rice hotdogs can be spicy, cheesy or wrapped in ramen chips.

Address: 615 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON. @chungchun.ca

Yes Day and La Diperie (Ottawa, ON + Multiple Locations)

The parents in Yes Day have to say yes to everything and that means eating ice cream for dinner. Don’t we all deserve a yes day? La Diperie has every flavour imaginable. Yes day just turned into an excellent day.

Address: 429 Richmond Rd429 Richmond Rd, Ottawa, ON. @ladiperie

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To All The Boys: Always And Forever and Tony’s Pizza Palace (Edmonton, AB)

In the final installment of the series, Lara Jean considers moving to New York City. If she does, will she and Peter survive? Find out while chowing down on New York-style pizza.

Address: 390 Northmount Dr. NW, Calgary, AB. @tonyspizzapalace_yeg

Luca and The Bicycle Thief (Halifax, NS)

Disney Pixar’s Luca is set in the Italian Riviera and is about a boy who is secretly a sea monster. We think it’s best to enjoy this film with some (or all) of the pasta. Try the Bicycle Thief’s Linguine all’Aragosta with local lobster or the Red Ravioli.

Address: 1475 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS. @ourbicyclethief

The Hustle and L’Express (Montreal, QC)

In this remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson play con women in the French Riviera. You can’t watch the movie without eating from L’Express, one of the best Parisian-style bistros in Montreal.

Address: 3927 Saint Denis St, Montreal, QC. @restaurantlexpress

The White Tiger and Vij’s (Vancouver, BC)

The White Tiger was nominated for an Oscar and now we’re nominating you to eat the best Indian food in Canada while watching it. Vij’s lamb in cumin coconut curry is so good it will melt away the dramatic feels of the film.

Address: 3106 Cambie Street, Vancouver, BC. @eatdrinkvijs

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Jungle Cruise and Mira (Toronto, ON)

Can you smell what The Rock is cooking? Since his latest flick, Jungle Cruise, takes place in the Amazon, there’s a good bet it’s Peruvian. Toronto’s Mira serves up traditional and contemporary takes on the cuisine.

Address: 420A Wellington Street W, Toronto, ON. @mirarestaurant

Kung Fu Panda and Noodle Express (Winnipeg, MB)

Kung Fu Panda is a classic, funny and heartwarming tale that will, no doubt, make you hungry. Noodle Express in Winnipeg specializes in dumplings and noodle soup. Make like Po and choose both.

Address: 180 King St #107, Winnipeg, MB. @noodle_express_winnipeg

Resort to Love and Les Délices De L’ile Maurice (Verdun, QC)

If you’re dreaming of a beach vacation, this rom-com hits the spot, just like the food from Mauritius, where it was filmed. Montreal’s Les Delices De L’ile Maurice is known for its jarret d’agneau or the lamb shank.

Address: 272 Hickson, Verdun, QC. @lesdelicesdelilemaurice

F9: The Fast Saga and Smokin’ Okies BBQ (Regina, SK)

Everyone knows The Fast and The Furious series means it’s time for bbq. If you’re in Regina, order from Smokin’ Okies BBQ where the Pit Boss Special sounds especially fitting.

Address: 2547 Quance St, Regina, SK. @smokinokiesbbqregina