Situated in downtown Montreal, Mango Bay is a contemporary Caribbean restaurant offering a host of Jamaican-style dishes, such as curry goat and jerk chicken burgers and shrimp roties. The restaurant also features a full-service bar offering an array of exotic cocktails. Kids menu available.
Jerk chicken, red snapper, rotis ackee fruit and more keep patrons coming back for the rich and spicy flavours of the Caribbean. With seating for 45, this medium-size restaurant features friendly service and DJ music on the weekends.
Visit the Caribbean without leaving Montreal with a trip to Kalalu. A lively and upscale-casual atmosphere sets the scene fine, contemporary dishes. Events occur regularly; Mardi Gras celebrations feature dancing and festivities.
A fusion of North African, Sub-Saharran African and Caribbean cuisine is on the menu of this Cote-des-Neiges neighborhood restaurant. Authentic flavors and ingredients make for a one-of-a-kind dining experience.
Jean's Trinidad Foods
This small, casual cafe presents authentic, down home Caribbean cuisine. Homemade concoctions are made by Jean herself. Tropical smoothies, stews, curries, plantains, dumplings and a whole lot more mouthwatering dishes are served.
An elegant, fine dining restaurant in Old Montreal, Ibiscus specializes in Haitian cuisine. The exotic menu tantalizes taste buds with dishes that are heaped with Creole sauces, marinated meats and tender seafood. Art exhibits and musical performances are often featured.