A cozy night in is best matched with a warm meal to indulge in. You get into your fluffy pyjamas, turn up the heater, and then, the internal battle begins. What restaurant is left to order from that you haven’t already had 100 times?\nHaving spent most of the year indoors, it’s fair to assume you’ve probably exhausted every single restaurant on your takeout bucket list. While some places have been forced to shut down, others have braved the pandemic and introduced even more tempting food and better experiences.\nNow, it’s time for you to make new additions to that bucket list! KINKA FAMILY, known for popular restaurants in Montreal including KINKA IZAKAYA and KINTON RAMEN, has launched three new virtual kitchens in the city.\nThese three new restaurants will be Tokyo Sando & Chicken, Hashiya Japanese Pasta Bar, and ABURI BUNZ. Each has its own concept and cuisine, meaning you can make a choice depending on your mood and the event of the evening.\nEach concept is available for pickup through their respective online ordering systems and delivery through Uber Eats and DoorDash. With the utmost convenience, food quality, and customer service, you can now indulge in revolutionary Japanese cuisine from the comfort of your living room couch.\nTokyo Sando & Chicken\nIf you’re looking for a quick, affordable meal in between studying or after a long day’s work, Tokyo Sando & Chicken is the way to go.\nThis new Japanese-inspired comfort food joint serves one-of-a-kind sandwiches, karaage fried chicken, wings, and fries. Here is where you’ll find unique dishes like their Shogayaki Sando, Spicy Karaage Fried Chicken, and Tokyo Fries.\nYou can check out some of their tasty eats on Instagram and Facebook.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Tokyo Sando & Chicken (@tokyosando.to)\nHashiya Japanese Pasta Bar\nIf you’re feeling more of a romantic night in or a delicious family dinner, then check out Hashiya Japanese Pasta Bar.\nThe kitchen offers an upscale takeout option, featuring unique Japanese-style pasta, also known as wafu pasta, from Ebi Cream to Sukiyaki. The pasta bar also offers Japanese-inspired salads like fresh Daikon Radish Salad and Wasabi Caesar Salad.\nHere, customers are recommended to eat with chopsticks to get the full experience. (Who said fine dining can’t be fun, cozy, and sophisticated all at once?)\nCheck them out on Instagram and Facebook.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Ada (@adds29)\nABURI BUNZ\nFor those of you feeling more adventurous and experimental, this concept will blow your mind.\nABURI BUNZ serves up blowtorched hotdogs! Prepared using the Aburi method, each hotdog is garnished with a variety of Japanese-inspired toppings including shredded nori, cabbage, bonito flakes, komi sauce, and more.\nFeatured in an episode of Good Bites, the virtual kitchen offers pork chashu, sausage, and a karaage fried chicken option.\nSince no meal is complete without sides, they've got an assortment of appetizers, including Edamame, Potato Wedges, and Tokyo Wedges with bonito flakes, aonori, tonkatsu sauce, and garlic mayo.\nFor more food inspo, check them out on Instagram and Facebook.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by torontofoodstop (@torontofoodstop)\nNext time you’re all snuggled up on the couch, craving something new and tasty, you’ll know exactly where to look. No matter what you’re in the mood for, these three mouthwatering concepts have got you covered, plus they're super convenient.\nKINKA FAMILY's Three New Virtual Kitchens\nWhen: You can order from all three Monday to Sunday for lunch and dinner.\nWhere: Through the restaurants’ websites for pickup or delivery across Montreal.\nWebsites for pickup and delivery:\nTokyo Sando & Chicken\nHashiya Japanese Pasta Bar\nABURI BUNZ\nWhy You Need To Order: To try tasty new eats and spice things up from the usual.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by MTL Blog (@mtlblog)\nFor more information, check out the websites of Tokyo Sando & Chicken, Hashiya Japanese Pasta Bar, and ABURI BUNZ.