Montréal’s Caribbean food scene has been modest for years. With several go-to spots around town, getting a taste of island cuisine used to be limited to only a handful of restaurants. Luckily for us, the options for Caribbean dining have blossomed over the years. From Jamaican to Cuban to Haitian, Montréal has established a solid roster of restaurants to get a taste of tropical island fare.
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Caribbean Curry House – 6892 Victoria Avenue
This renowned Caribbean classic has been slinging their famous roti and stew plates for over 35 years! Goat, mutton or chicken, find an excuse to order them all.
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Boulangerie Spicee – 6889 Victoria Avenue
This Caribbean street food gem has been a favourite of locals for 40 years! Your go-to spot for spicy Jamaican beef patties, or fluffy and messy Trinidadian “chana doubles” – chickpea curry sandwiched between two fry-breads.
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Jardin du Cari – 5554 Saint-Laurent Boulevard
This West-Indian outpost located on The Main specializes in Guyanese cuisine. Exemplifying what Caribbean cuisine is all about – the melding of cultures and subsequent cuisines, one of the only places in town to chow down on a goat chow mein.
Seasoned Dreams – 5205 Angers Street
A veteran on the local food festival circuit, Chef Jae-Anthony is responsible for putting jerk chicken poutine on the Quebec culinary map.
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Cuisine Caraibe Delite – 4816 Parc Avenue
Another joint specializing in Guyanese cuisine, definitely check out the gillbaka roti and homemade peanut punch!
Anancy Restaurant – Multiple locations
What started as a modest restaurant in Montréal-West has now become a two-location operation. Be sure to order their signature ackee and saltfish (Jamaica’s national dish.)
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Mango Bay – 1263 MacKay Street
The island-style inspired decor is only a part of the dining experience at Mango Bay. Serving classic cuisine of the islands like jerk chicken, ox tail stew and curry goat.
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