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Paul Toussaint / Kamúy
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Chef Paul Toussaint is now serving a taste of the pan-Caribbean Kamúy at Time Out Market Montréal

Paul Toussaint's spot at Time Out Market Montréal will combine his signature creations with the menu at Kamúy starting today.
Written by
JP Karwacki

Chef Paul Toussaint has been known to buck trends and innovate, especially in the face of trying times for the hospitality industry, and that's why he's temporarily bringing the menu of his all-new pan-Caribbean restaurant to Kamúy that opened last August to Time Out Market Montréal in the Eaton Centre.

Starting today, Montrealers can get a taste of Kamúy at the Market with takeout or delivery for lunch and dinner at any time from Thursday to Sunday, starting at noon each day, while Toussaint's menu is available throughout the week.

Kamúy / Paul Toussaint
Photograph: Darwin Doleyres

Winter's on its way as it starts to get chilly in the city, so Kamúy’s doing dinners for two:

The Fritay menu for $45 
Cod, malanga, yuca, and chicken accras get paired with griot, plantains, chef’s rice and salad.

The Jerk menu for $55
Spice lovers ought to dig the aromatic taste in this menu's jerk shrimp, jerk chicken, chef’s rice and salad.

The 'Menu Soleil' for $60
A vege tamal and curry goat tamal come with conch dombrey (Haitian dumplings) and a salad to round it all out.

Kamúy / Paul Toussaint
Photograph: Darwin Doleyres

Meanwhile, Paul Toussaint's OG offerings continue at the market, from his crispy griot and plantains, his famous jerk chicken recipe, those can't-eat-just-one pineapple and rhum ribs, conch fritters, barbecue seafood skewers, grilled fish, and the vegan and gluten-free roasted squash in coconut sauce.

The special menus won't be available forever, so come out to the Market and experience them while you can. 

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