Where: Coconut Grove, 183 Dundas St. W. Toronto
I have been a regular at Coconut Grove since before they had to move to their new location to make way for the giant eyesore that is Dundas Square. In fact, I have been enjoying their fine Caribbean fare for over twenty years.
There are many things to love at Coconut Grove. Their delicious roti bread ( I like to order it as a side to scoop up the gravy of whatever dish I am having ), their fiery scotch bonnet pepper sauce (at least it tastes like it is made with scotch bonnets), their tasty dumplings or doubles.
But I find that what always draws me in is their Curried Goat with Rice and Peas. Moist, succulent goat in a thick gravy. Served with a small salad. I get mine with plenty of the hot sauce! At just under $10, this is a great lunch at work, when wandering around downtown or when visiting City Hall.
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