Jamaica is the third-largest island in the Caribbean Sea. In the world, the Caribbean cuisine is known as a unique dish which influenced by Africa, France, Spain, India, Dutch, America, Britain, and Asia. Jamaican cuisine is also impacted by the Caribbean food, but it has its own exotic flavor. However, in Canada, Jamaican cuisine seems like a new thing for Canadian because not lots of people have enough knowledge and ability to operate the Jamaican restaurant. Besides, what people know is about Caribbean cuisine instead of Jamaican food. Understanding the key of developing Jamaican food in Canada, five sisters, and one brother-in-law; namely Blossom Freeman, Petena McFarlane, Eugenie Logan, Ida Clarke, Margaret Haye, and Roy Dennis, opened the first restaurant, Krazy Jerk. Since the restaurant operated, it has won the Obsidian Awards for two (2) consecutive years and one (1) for the best and most popular Caribbean dishes. Krazy Jerk not only brings the new and exotic flavor of Jamaican cuisine to Canada but also brings the culture and professional service. Customers can enjoy a unique dish and professional service are the main value that Krazy Jerk always focuses on. Hope you can see the owner’s passion and enjoy your time with traditional foods in a warm and professional place.