You’ll want to visit Toronto’s colorful new Caribbean food pop-up (PHOTOS)
Toronto’s newest and most delicious Caribbean food pop-up pop-up takes up a corner along Queen Street West, and it goes all out with its authentic flavors.
Miss Likklemores takes pride in her family recipes, passed down from generation to generation, and the owners knew Toronto just had to try it.
Having opened its doors just a few weeks ago at 1184 Queen Street West, Miss Likklemores welcomed guests with open arms to join them on their patio from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday.
Take-out is also available for those who want to try the dishes but are on the go.
Chef Lonie brings its Jamaican roots to the table and adds a touch of its own, making sure every dish is just as perfect as the next.
Whether you’re looking for a little mix of Jerk Chicken like “Main Ting” and Macaroni Pie like “Side Ting”, the combos will be just what you crave.
If you’ve never had the pleasure of trying Caribbean food, this is your first experience.
First of all, the Stamp & Go donuts are a must if you are looking to try any of their appetizers, aka “First Ting” on their menu.
Their salted fish fritters are served with mango and avocado cream sauces for a delicious touch of flavor.
Make sure to add their Toco-Loco Nachos to your order. You’ll keep wanting more of their plantain chips, topped with their salsa, guac, and colorful toppings.
Now for their main course their BBQ Chicken with a side of Miss Annette’s Mango-Scotch Bonnet BBQ Sauce can’t go wrong.
Accompanied by a creamy coleslaw, pair the main course with a potato salad from the “Side Ting” menu and you’ll be begging for a few seconds before the first is even finished.
Are you looking for a more conscious option?
“The Love Up Salad” will delight you with its leafy greens, cucumber, tomato, bell pepper, pomegranate garnishes mixed with chunks of mango, coconut, grilled avocado, crispy onion and mango vinaigrette.
The highly recommended dish, “Johnny Too Bad”, is a crowd favorite, and with good reason.
The savory Jerk Chicken is topped with creamy coleslaw, Caribbean ketchup, mignonette cucumber cap and scotch and sandwiched between two Johnny Cakes.
Add their macaroni pie on the side and fall in love.
To end the evening, dive into Miss’s “Too Sweet” menu. Likklemore where you can enjoy Miss Paula’s Carrot Cake or Sweet N ‘Nice Coconut Ice Cream on a burnt pineapple.
You can’t forget the drinks. Whether you’re looking to pair the right drink with your food or with a cocktail, Miss. Likklemore has what you need.
They have a list of six cocktails to try, as well as beer, wine, and frozen drinks to try.
Vegan and vegetarian options are also available throughout the menu if you have restrictions.
Want that great satisfaction from a healthy family meal? Join Miss Likklemore and the crew on Sunday as they serve their “Sunday dinner” to their guests.
Address: 1184 Queen Street West
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 4 p.m. to closing