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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.

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

  • 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.

  • At Bhoj Indian Cuisine, there’s no BS when it comes to good Indian food. The restaurant is small with a cosy and relaxed atmosphere, making it a great place to bring the whole family. The menu is pretty straightforward and allows you to choose your level of spice. If you can handle it, try some

  • Across the street from the Toronto landmark the St. Lawrence Market sits Bindia Indian Bistro. With a modern approach to classic Indian cuisine, Bindia is reclaiming what it means to cook real Indian food, while still cultivating the essence of India. Remaining in touch with the deep historical and cultural values of Indian food, Bindia

  • We could roll around in this roti craze forever! Butter Chicken Roti is the latest and greatest chain of takeout rotis, the Indian curry wrap where they craft all their curry with a special attention to flavour. The goal is to bring Indian spices to the masses of Toronto. The menu is as vast for

  • 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

  • It’s so hard to leave the Junction when everything you need is right there. Curry Twist is an easy night out, with its homey environs paired with a people-pleaser of a menu. Snack on crunchy onion bhajji and spiced paneer before tucking in to mains. Baigan bharta (smoked eggplant with tomato and caramelized onions) and

  • A halal family restaurant, Gourmet Malaysia serves up (yep, you guessed it) Malaysian, Singaporean and Indonesian cuisine with a menu that’s varied and deliciously affordable. Sitting in a 6,000-square-foot dining hall, this restaurant and banquet space is made to fit the entire extended family. The menu is colourful and lively with tastes of Southeast Asia

  • There are so many good (and filling) things to eat at Hopper Hut that it’s disrespectful to come here without a crew. Start with hoppers, a crepe-like batter cooked into a bowl shape, eaten with chili/coconut chutneys and curries. From there, get a bowl of mild mutton curry and blast furnace-spicy crab curry, with roti

  • This fluorescent-lit room located at a chaotic intersection is not a great place to sit down for a romantic meal, but the Pakistani cuisine is outstanding and ideally suited for takeout or delivery from at King Place. Owner Mehood Meer (known as Mr. Butt) has a deft hand with ginger, coriander, butter, cumin and fenugreek.

  • Hemant Bhagwani, one of Toronto’s leading restaurateurs and the man who has taken Indian cuisine in several directions, has opened his newest project, Leela Indian Food Bar, in the Junction. It took over the former Avec Panache spot.

  • Mantra, located in the Shops at Don Mills “restaurant row,” is redefining what modern Indian food looks and tastes likes. Under the guidance of chef Ashish Sethi — who was under the guidance of his father, Sanjiv Sethi, the man responsible for the Host chain — Mantra does everything from Indian-style high tea to a

  • 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

  • All aboard the Nawab Fusion Express! This joint is an Indian takeout, delivery, catering and dine-in that features both the classics of Indian cuisine and inventive takes on that, and Hakka, culinary style. For instance, get the butter chicken fries as an appetizer before moving on to the traditionally clay pot–cooked saffron chicken tikka. There

  • This TTC-style bar wants every wandering stranger to feel at home in the city. The tile walls finished with “Nōmads Station” decals and a TTC-painted doorway are so perfectly executed that your trip to the bathroom might be a bit discombobulating. Nōmads Restobar is a gathering place for people of all walks of life and

  • 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

  • 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.

  • There are few places in the city that are quite as satisfying as Restoran Malaysia, up in Richmond Hill. Serving Malaysian cuisine — a unique mix of Chinese, Indian, Indonesian and Thai flavours — Restoran Malaysia offers some of the most unique, delicious and great-value food in the city. For the skeptics, don’t think twice: it is most definitely worth the drive outside of the TTC’s limits.