What started in 2003 as a simple truck posting up at festivals has become a full-fledged Toronto institution over the years. Jamaican flavors are on display at Jerk Brothers, a beloved truck serving up everything from well-known treats like jerk chicken and fried plantains, to less well-known treats like Escovitch fish (a ceviche-like dish with fried fish) and festival (a type of fried dumpling).
Jerk Brothers’ namesake signature jerk rub has become the stuff of legend in Toronto, often inviting lines that can get decently long. One way to avoid those lines, you ask? Well, you can always book Jerk Brothers for your own private catering... we recommend you do just that.
Irie Burger — Pulled jerk chicken, cheese, creamy coleslaw, fried plantains, and special sauce, sandwiched between 2 spicy Jamaican beef patties. It’s like a better, more Jamaican version of the KFC Double Down, and that right there is a beautiful thing.
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