[Merged] Best Jamaican Beef Patties in GTA?
These are way better than the crappy Patty King frozen ones that turn super flaky.
A dozen patties is $10 or so.
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Allans Pastry shop. I love their coco bread, but the patties don't have enough filling for me. They taste like I'm eating pastry with a hint of meat flavour.
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Allans Pastry Shop Ltd
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I picked up a dozen at lunch today, had them for dinner everyone loved them. Nice flakey pastry, a little skimpy on the meat but delicious none the less. 9$ for a dozen tax incl.
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See bold fontDr Butcher wrote: ↑Oct 17th, 2006 2:07 amAllans 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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Aha! I'm not the only one who feels this way. Tasty but skimpy on the meat, couldn't have put it better myself!