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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • When did we get all grown up and write off handheld foods? I’m sure most of us have been shoved out the door as a child with a patty in hand, as a breakfast food, as a snack food for after school. Caribbean Queen of Patties combines our love for the Billy Ocean jam and

  • Head chef Chris Taylor was born in Jamaica and lived in the tropical country until he was 13. There, he sat and watched his great grandmother (who raised him) cook, igniting his passion for the culinary arts. Since then, his journey has led him through many kitchens in Toronto, including the restaurant at the famous

  • Freshly baked Jamaican beef patties, cocoa bread and sticky buns tickle your fancy? Well scurry on down to Scarborough’s Fahmee Bakery and Jamaican Foods. Fahmee Bakery, run by a Chinese-Jamaican “fahmee,” has looked the same for decades. Yelp reviewers call it “dirty,” “run down” and “sketchy.” We call it character. The patties are crispy on

  • Mr. Jerk was one of my first food loves as a young, broke person. This was back when it was located at Yonge and Dundas, surrounded by video game arcades and they still sold single cigarettes for a quarter. Maybe I’m prejudiced by my nostalgia for those heaping portions of rice and beans with oxtail

  • This family restaurant is all about bringing people together over patties and pot pies. The pun in the name comes from Chef Peter Pham, who spent years working alongside well-known chefs in Hong Kong after learning to love food in the restaurant his mother owned in Montreal. Once back in Canada, Pham spent time perfecting

  • Randy’s Take Out has been proudly serving up authentic Jamaican cuisine since 1979. This family-owned and family-operated takeout counter, founded by three authentically Jamaican families, is located right in the heart of Toronto’s “Little Jamaica” on Eglinton. These crispy beef patties are made from the finest quality ingredients and are perfectly curated to your preferred

  • Rap’s Restaurant is known as one of the best places to get Jerk Chicken in the GTA. This Eglinton West restaurant was opened over 30 years ago and represents one of the first Jamaican establishments in the area. It’s no surprise the jerk chicken is so beloved, since it is seasoned and smoked to a

  • If you head down to Kensington Market and walk by Rasta Pasta, there’s a good chance you’ll see co-owner Magnus Patterson making jerk chicken outside — using a black oil drum barbecue that reminds you of street-side vendors in the Caribbean.

  • 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