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[Merged] Best Jamaican Beef Patties in GTA?

My work just had a United Way bake sale, and some ladies brought in boxes of beef patties.

These are way better than the crappy Patty King frozen ones that turn super flaky.

http://randyspatties.com/

A dozen patties is $10 or so.
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mr jerk. it's a store on wellesley near sherbourne. best beef/veggie patties in the city imo. about 1.50$ each i think
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I second this, they make one of the best atties I ever had in my life.

Randy's Patties
1569 Eglinton Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario
M6E 2G9
Phone: 416-781-5313

They are located on the south-east corner of Eglinton Avenue West and Oakwood Avenue (between Allen Road and Dufferin Street).

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there's a place on denison in markham that has some decent patties.. i see a lotta jamaicans going there for the patties... and it's run by chinese ppl? forgot the name of it, but it's between warden and woodbine on the north side of denison
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Randy's patties are awesome..it's gooey inside and not dry like patty king.
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Alwyn's at Victoria Park and Ellesmere. Food Basic plaza. He also has the best Jerk Chicken sandwiches.
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I haven't been there in awhile but there is a location at Finch and Don Mills, closer to Fairview is a place called Peanut Plaza. They have the best patties there, and you can get the coconut bread with it...mmmmm...I'm getting hungry right now lol.
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neally_boy wrote:
Oct 17th, 2006 1:48 am
I haven't been there in awhile but there is a location at Finch and Don Mills, closer to Fairview is a place called Peanut Plaza. They have the best patties there, and you can get the coconut bread with it...mmmmm...I'm getting hungry right now lol.
Allans Pastry shop. I love their coco bread, but the patties don't have enough filling for me. They taste like I'm eating pastry with a hint of meat flavour.

Call me crazy but I used to work accross from a place called Juici Patties, and I loved 'em. Apparently this is the only location they have outside of Jamaica.

The smell of them baking 'forced' me into buying boxes and boxes of them over the years. The pastry is flaky and not too thick, and there's just the right amount of filling.

They used to be about $6 a dozen but their price has gone up, I believe it was just over $8 per dozen last time I bought some. I even saw ladies show up and ask for them uncooked so they could cook them at home.....

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Place on Kennedy just south on steeles in one of those side plazas, great patties and decent prices.

I don't know the name but i'm going there now that I think of it
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don't even front.

Check 'em out for great roti and beef patties.

Oh and don't forget the coco bread! ooh yes!
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U guys got to try a small jamican place (Don't remember the name of the place) on Bloor and Ossinton its right below the subway.Its about $10 for a dozen.Damn there good u can get them baked or frozen.
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evoviii wrote:
Oct 18th, 2006 4:14 pm
Place on Kennedy just south on steeles in one of those side plazas, great patties and decent prices.

I don't know the name but i'm going there now that I think of it
Allans Pastry Shop Ltd
416-292-3909
3447 Kennedy Road (about 1 or 2 blocks south of Steeles)
Scarborough, ON M1V 3S1

-on the east side of Kennedy.
-you can't see the bakery when you are on Kennedy/ you have to turn into the industrial strip mall.

Try their egg bread too.
Their patties are so-so / alright.

Toronto Star had an article about Michidean Jamaican patties a few years ago.

I looked up the name on the internet and I think that this is their bakery address. You can buy their patties there. Call to confirm.

Michidean
905-946-0708
7725 Birchmount Road (14th Ave)
Markham, ON L3R 9X3

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neally_boy wrote:
Oct 17th, 2006 1:48 am
I haven't been there in awhile but there is a location at Finch and Don Mills, closer to Fairview is a place called Peanut Plaza. They have the best patties there, and you can get the coconut bread with it...mmmmm...I'm getting hungry right now lol.
I picked up a dozen at lunch today, had them for dinner everyone loved them. Nice flakey pastry, a little skimpy on the meat but delicious none the less. 9$ for a dozen tax incl.
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Dr Butcher wrote:
Oct 17th, 2006 2:07 am
Allans Pastry shop. I love their coco bread, but the patties don't have enough filling for me. They taste like I'm eating pastry with a hint of meat flavour.

Call me crazy but I used to work accross from a place called Juici Patties, and I loved 'em. Apparently this is the only location they have outside of Jamaica.

The smell of them baking 'forced' me into buying boxes and boxes of them over the years. The pastry is flaky and not too thick, and there's just the right amount of filling.

They used to be about $6 a dozen but their price has gone up, I believe it was just over $8 per dozen last time I bought some. I even saw ladies show up and ask for them uncooked so they could cook them at home.....

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Cerealbowl wrote:
Oct 18th, 2006 7:15 pm
I picked up a dozen at lunch today, had them for dinner everyone loved them. Nice flakey pastry, a little skimpy on the meat but delicious none the less. 9$ for a dozen tax incl.
Aha! I'm not the only one who feels this way. Tasty but skimpy on the meat, couldn't have put it better myself! ;)
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