Jamaican Restaurant Boom J's Cuisine, brings paradise to Montreal! Established on April 19 2013 on 2026 Wellington Montreal Quebec. Reviewed as best authentic caribbean Jamaican restaurants on the island of Montreal.
"Taste the difference", Boom J's offers the best jerk chicken cooked on an authentic drum imported from Kingston Jamaica.
"We love it when people come here for the first time seeking new flavors." he says,"We're a unique restaurant and diners feel the true spirit of Jamaica in our cuisine, Our decor and Our service." Offering Jamaican staples like Jerk chicken, Curried goat, Oxtail, Roti Jamaican, King fish, Jamaican Patties, Coco bread, Ackee and Salt Fish and many more classic Island dishes.
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4. Boom J
2026 Rue Wellington
Friends, one bite of the food at Boom J, and you’ll be hooked. Literally, their perfectly spiced, tender, and super flavourful jerk chicken will become your next obsession – and although all the menu options at Boom J taste like a bit of happiness, the real star of the show is their jerk chicken roti. Imagine a soft, thick roti, filled to the brim with chunks of their super delicious jerk chicken. I’d call that a huge win, friends. A huge win.
Located in the homey neighbourhood of Pointe-Saint-Charles Jermaine Wallace decided to open a restaurant that brings its diners to the Caribbean with just one bite. This Jamaican native’s main objective is to provide customers with an authentic Jamaican dining experience.
“We love it when people come here for the first time seeking new flavours,” he says. “We’re a unique restaurant and diners feel the true spirit of Jamaica in our cuisine, our décor and our service.”
Offering Jamaican staples like jerk chicken , curried goat and Jamaican patties, the menu at Boom J's Cuisine has something for anybody who wants a proper introduction to the island's cuisine.
Jermaine’s journey to culinary entrepreneurship is anything but typical. Born in Jamaica, Jermaine's mother taught him to cook at a very young age before he immigrated to Quebec at the tender age of 10. His entrepreneurial approach was unconventional: “at the beginning, I would send a mass text to all my contacts to let them know what I was cooking that night,” he recalls. “They would text their orders back and I was on my way along the delivery.”