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  • Restaurant 3030 Dundas West is a hotbed of culture in the ever-more-happening Junction. The cavernous space is a bit of everything: a bar, restaurant, art gallery and concert hall rolled into one. Paintings from local artists — like cool cat Nick Sweetman — oversee patrons downing local brews and tucking into eats before heading to

  • Having opened in 1986, Albert's Real Jamaican Foods has been giving the Bathurst and St. Clair area one of the best tastes of Caribbean cuisine the city has to offer.

  • Ali's West Indian Roti Shop is Toronto's answer for specialists in the Trinidadian aspect of Caribbean cuisine.

  • Located in the Donwood Plaza, Allwyn's Bakery is serving up uncomplicated classics of Caribbean cuisine. The takeout, cash-only spot is open late, as it has a trusty following of regulars who make their way over from all corners of the GTA.

  • Come experience the flavour of the Caribbean way up the heart of the 905. Aneal's Taste of the Islands is Richmond Hill's resident destination for roti and other delicacies from the West Indies.

  • With over 20 years of experience, Chef Kareema is not new to Toronto’s restaurant scene. She uses Caribbean and North American flavours to put a unique taste on all her culinary creations. Alongside barbecue chicken, sautéed portobello mushrooms, and beef ribs, the menu at this Dundas Street restaurant include Caribbean classics like the oxtail and

  • Janet Zuccarini, Gusto 54 Group’s boss lady and recipient of the 2017 Pinnacle Awards Independent Restaurateur of the Year, is expanding her portfolio of ethnic eats. The restaurateur is partners with Pai and Kiin, but Chubby’s Jamaican Kitchen marks her first independent, non-Italian joint, just a stones throw from King West staple, Gusto 101. Chubby’s

  • Caribbean meets Asian soul food at the Dundas West hot spot Patois. Chef and owner Craig Wong named the restaurant after the primary Jamaican national language because it represents the merging of cultures, which is exactly what Wong is doing with the food. The menu features a variety of Asian staples and classic Jamaican influences,

  • Ritz Caribbean Foods started small but is now one of the most successful Jamaican restaurant chains across the GTA. It all began in 1999 when founder and CEO Richard Moore turned his love and passion for hearty Caribbean eats into a business. Moore accredits his success to his hard work and sacrifices, plus Toronto’s diverse

  • No matter what time of the year or day, Roywoods is dependable for bringing the sunshine. This Caribbean eatery has its third location in the Union Station food court, making it just one of the many restaurants that are redefining what food court dining can be. Roywoods is serving up its famous jerk chicken sandwiches

  • Catch an island vibe down on the Danforth at Simone’s Caribbean Restaurant. This friendly outpost is serving up classic Jamaican dishes in a friendly environment enhanced by its colourful space. The back patio opens up in the summer months, and with the cushy chairs and floral decor, it feels as if you are dining at

  • After a year-and-a-half hiatus, The Real Jerk has found a new home at Gerrard and Carlaw. It has been a long and bumpy road getting here, but owners Ed and Lily Pottinger have managed to continue tradition by staying in the east end, where they originally started nearly 30 years ago. The space and menu