This site is all about change. It is always a challenging experience, especially when it happens to a restaurant. Soulyve, a Caribbean fusion themed restaurant, located in Orangeville, north of Toronto, recently moved its location. The move was just up the street so fans of the old place won’t have to go out of their way.
It is still early days, as the Soulyve restaurant just reopened this month, so a recent initial visit to the new location found the former cosy atmosphere missing. The building is a lot bigger and has a second floor, so there is lots of room for fun Caribbean themed gatherings. There is also a good size patio which will probably be hopping in the summer.
This restaurant, famous for its Caribbean fusion, is a rarity in these parts. Soulyve provides spices and flavours, tempered and redefined for the local palette. A standard favorite is the Jerk Wrap, A chick pea flour wrap, with your choice of delicately flavored: jerk or curry chicken, curried goat or pork, served with sweet potato chips and dip on the side. Another popular favorite is the fried plantain. The natural sweetness of the fruit is a delicious pairing to any meal.
Soulyve seems to be working out the kinks in its new home and should soon return to that hot, hot, hot, fun Caribbean place, that heats up the town of Orangeville.
You can find the restaurant on:
34 Mill Street