Kensington Market

Wedged between Chinatown and Little Italy, this rich cultural hub is one of North America's best street markets. It’s full of old and colorful buildings, and was named a national heritage site since November 2006. You’ll find a diverse mix of Toronto’s population here. With the variety of global and fusion restaurants, not to mention an eclectic mix of shops and vendors, it’s the perfect place to try something new.

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Rasta Pasta

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61 Kensington Avenue
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Although it’s positioned as a duo of Italian and Jamaican cuisines, Rasta Pasta is probably best known for its jerk chicken. It’s a generous portion of perfectly cooked, fall-off-the-bone bird, served on a bed of rice, with smoky Jerk sauce poured on top, and served with vegetables. This is easily the best jerk chicken in the area, and you won’t want to share. Given the low prices, you won’t have to. $10 goes a long way here. Keep in mind that there’s limited seating, so be prepared to eat on your lap or standing.

Rasta Pasta
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Rasta Pasta
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Rasta Pasta
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Rasta Pasta
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Rasta Pasta
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Rasta Pasta
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Tortería San Cosme

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