Nestled in the heart of downtown Toronto, just steps from the world’s longest street, Yonge Street, and on a road with expensive brick-clad bay-and-gable type row houses and new condominium buildings, sits The Diner’s Corner, a restaurant with mouth-watering Jamaican cuisine.
It’s a delightful dinning venue – with Picturesque/Queen Anne architecture of Old Toronto -- having a new name, new owners, Merrick Aries and Antovin Aries, and a new location – 51 St. Nicholas Street.
The restaurant emerged from the former Diners Corner located a few blocks away on Gloucester Street and owned then by Naomi Green and Cliff Green who operated it for over 15 years.
It provides a warm and welcoming Jamaican culinary experience to Torontonians and visitors to the city who want the Caribbean isle’s gastronomic delights.
Diners can choose from a delicious array of appetizers, from Jerk Shrimp to Fried Plantains, to entrees of Ackee & Saltfish, Escoveitched or Steamed King Fish/Snapper, or Jerk Chicken, Jerk Pork, Curried Goat or Oxtail with braised butter beans. The dessert of Bread Pudding, Pineapple Upside-Down Cake or Sweet Potato Pudding is a must for patrons.
The Diner’s Corner is the place to come experience an authentic taste of Jamaica in Canada’s largest and most multicultural city.
A big and warm welcome awaits YOU.
To make a reservation, please email us at: email@example.com
From Monday to Friday, 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., enjoy our popular lunch special of tasty Fried Chicken, Jerk Chicken Curried Chicken, Rice and Peas, and Stew Chicken for $7.99
We provide a delectable, carefully curated Caribbean-inspired cuisine for your significant occasions.
A three-day notice is required for gatherings of 15 to 25 people. There is a charge for delivery but picking up your order is also an option. Place your order by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org