A New Caribbean Restaurant is Coming to Brampton
Who doesn't love experiencing a little slice of Jamaica once in awhile, especially living in a cold country like Canada.
So if you're down for something exotic, or "savor the flavor of Jamaica," then Brampton might have just the kind of staple you're craving coming soon.
Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery is a well known franchise first opened by Jamaican immigrants, with several locations across the United States. Currently, they have a location in North York by Jane and Wilson.
And it appears plans are in fruition to open a Brampton location, specifically at a plaza near Kennedy Road and Steeles Avenue.
It will be right beside the GNC and Orangetheory Fitness. They are also hiring managers, supervisors, chefs, kitchen staff and cashiers.
Since 1980, the mission of Golden Krust has been to "provide the taste of the Caribbean to the world," with the goal of providing customers with authentic, tasty Jamaican patties and relevant Caribbean cuisine in convenient settings and sizes.
There is also ample information for those who wish to set up their own franchise with Golden Krust. Qualities they are looking for include "a strong desire to succeed, the ability to lead effectively and the ability to devote the time and energy necessary to run a successful business."
Inbrampton.com will provide updates of when this Caribbean restaurant opens as information becomes available.