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Best Jamaican Restaurants In Vancouver

Best Jamaican Restaurants In Vancouver

Vancouver is home to many great restaurants, with cuisines from all around the globe. If you’re ever in the mood for some quality Jamaican food, be sure to check out our list of the best restaurants in the city.

Best Jamaican Restaurants In Vancouver

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Calabash Bistro

Flavourful and authentic Caribbean food is paired with a dynamic and creative atmosphere at this restaurant. It’s being described as a “vessel that supports food, drink, art and music.” Calabash also serves up a delicious Caribbean brunch on weekends from 10 am to 3 pm. Located at 428 Carrall Street.

 

Best Jamaican Restaurants In Vancouver

The Reef Caribbean Restaurants

One of Vancouver’s most popular restaurants—their eclectic Caribbean cuisine is sure to impress. The Reef has two restaurants and a food truck, referred to as The Reef Runner. The truck serves a more simplified version of their menu, with items that are packed with flavour— including a jerk chicken poutine, fried plantains, a classic Jamaican patty, and Johnny Cakes. Located at 4172 Main Street and 1018 Commercial Drive.

 

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Jamaican Pizza Jerk

A hidden gem on The Drive—this classic restaurant has a laid back and authentic Jamaican atmosphere. Here you can find delicious roti, amazing jerk chicken, and a tasty oxtail stew. Located at 2707 Commercial Drive.

 

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Riddim & Spice

This joint offers a casual dining experience with classic Jamaican favourites—such as jerk chicken, oxtail, roti, and a selection of delicious patties. Located at 1945 Commercial Drive.

 

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The Patty Shop

This little shop is known for their authentic Jamaican patties and they certainly live up to their expectation. The crust is flaky and the filling is packed with flavour. Located at 4019 Macdonald Street.

 

Written By: Meagan Gill

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