The addition of new restaurants to Toronto’s dining scene is always something to look forward to in the city. Especially when it’s one that’s making a return. This happens to be the case of a restaurant that was a Caribbean-favourite among many. Miss Likklemore’s was open back in August 2020 as a pop-up but closed down after a couple of months.
Miss Likklemore’s in Toronto
The best part? The culinary venture is reopening at a brand new permanent location! It has found its home at 433 King Street West. Customers will be able to check out the new space starting from August this year. The operation is being headed by restaurateur Hanif Harji and partner Darren Hinds.
According to a press release, “Miss Likklemore’s is destined to leave an indelible mark on Toronto’s dining scene with a highly elevated menu taking inspiration from Caribbean cuisine and the global influences that inflect their foods.”
During the time of the pop-up, the menu featured a delectable range of appetizers and sides, most of which were vegan, along with main course items and a desserts section. Sandwiches, burgers, nachos were all available, made from recipes that were handed down throughout generations.
Miss Likklemore’s has been a part of Scale Hospitality. If the name sounds familiar, it might be because the group is also behind other hotspots in the city. Pink Sky, Miller Tavern, and Lapinou are some of them.
All the full menu details and opening dates are not yet announced for Miss Likklemore’s. Want to stay up-to-date? Just keep an eye out on the restaurant’s socials. You can also sign up to join the waitlist online.