kensington market caribbean

French-Caribbean cuisine arrives in Kensington Market

Given the mish-mash of international cuisine that Kensington Market is known for, it's no surprise that Toronto's first French-Caribbean restaurant would choose to open there. Among the highlights is something called a bokit sandwich, a bun the size of a catcher's mitt stuffed with salt cod, avocado, lettuce, tomato and paired with hand-cut cassava fries.

Read my review of Le Ti Colibri in the restaurants section.


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