Grab Your Meals from a Cubby

Self-service dining is more fun at the innovative Cubby Smart Kitchen.

Cubby Smart Kitchen is based on the ‘smart kitchen’ concept that allows you to enjoy many cuisines in the world at one place. These meals are served in neat grab-and-go packages.

All you have to do is order through the touchscreen kiosks. After that, the culinary team will prepare your food, pack it and place it in the assigned cubby for you to pick up. The entire experience is contactless, another plus during the pandemic.

The revolution of the restaurant industry

If you’re the indecisive type who feels overwhelmed by many dining choices, Cubby Kitchen is here to help. The restaurant will tease your taste buds with menus from four different cuisines: Caasa Afghan Bowl, Charcoal Pit, Kai Poke, and Hookt Seafood.

Your options range from burgers, souvlaki wraps, poke bowls, smoothie bowls, and even vegan dishes. Each order is made with locally-sourced ingredients by the culinary team under the leadership of Executive Chef Cherika D’Caul.

Cubby Smart Kitchen is the brainchild of Fahim Ahmadi and Jay Yordi, who are better known for their Afghan restaurant, Naan & Kabob.

If you are around the area, don’t hesitate to check out Cubby Smart Kitchen for a quick bite!

Address:
106 Queen St. East
Toronto ON M5C 1S6
Open from Mon-Sun 11am-11pm
+1 (416) 546 7611

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