If you find yourself itching for a little taste of the islands, but you’re stuck almost 2500 km away, have no fear. Below we’ve got six great options for satisfying your insatiable craving for jerk.
Top Caribbean Places for Caribbean Food in Toronto
Inspired by the name of a street in Jamaica where love is the main ingredient in its meals, Scotthill cuisine is a Caribbean food staple. With delectable homemade soups and tropical ice creams, you can’t go wrong to get a true island experience.
If you are looking for quick, delicious authentic Jamaican food, you’ve found your spot. The only authentic Jamaican cuisine in the Bloor West Village, you will find traditional Caribbean fare such as jerk chicken, patties, oxtail, and much more. With a tremendous average rating on Yelp, you can’t go wrong with Annie’s.
Head on over to Rhum corner if you’re looking to get away from Jamaican style Caribbean food, and switch to Haitian. Rhum Corner got its name exactly how you think it would’ve got its name. They were serving rum in the corner. They feature reasonably priced food, colorful drinks (alcoholic and otherwise), and of course, rum. Or should I say Rhum?
With love for Jamaican food and culture, Taste Seduction offers great fresh Jamaican food. They tout having the freshest ingredients and the use of only the best spices. Taste Seduction claims this is what gives their food seductive taste. They have been open since 2016 and offer take-out and delivery. They also have a gluten-friendly menu available.
If you’re looking for some Caribbean with a little pizzazz, then check out Rasta Pasta. This unique fusion between Jamaican and Italian food is sure to offer a unique experience for your taste buds. With dishes such as their famous, jerk chicken panini’s, Dreadlock Lasagna, and Irie Pizza, you are sure to find something you love at this restaurant with a unique twist on Caribbean classics.
(P.S. If you like Italian, then check out our list of great Italian restaurants in Toronto.)
Chubby’s is a fresh take on traditional Caribbean cuisine. It is inspired by a home style flair and with a passion for unique and decorative touches of Jamaican culture. The name is derived from a Jamaican nickname that is given when a person has a nice filling home-cooked meal. With a fresh mix of classic and innovative, they seek to deliver a meal that shows how much they respect and admire the Jamaican culture. If you’re looking for Caribbean food that hits the spot, Chubby’s is the place for you.
These six delicious options for Top Caribbean Places for Caribbean Food in Toronto will satisfy any craving, whether it’s the need for something original and tasty, or full of flavor and tradition. If you like this list, or maybe have decided you want to check out something different, we have you covered. We also offer top picks for
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