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Le restaurant La fusion Reggae des Caraïbes trouve une maison à Mississauga.

Ironically, it was a craving for the flavours of their homeland that has delivered an improved quality of life.
In 2013, siblings Andrea, Daniel and Janel Peart landed in Canada and settled in Mississauga, Ont.
His education, combined with his sisters’ love of Caribbean cuisine, helped them decide to take a chance and open their own restaurant.
They found a suitable space on Britannia Road, and opened Reggae Fusion in 2015.
For their first day in business, Andrea prepared the soup, Janel made the porridge and Daniel cooked the main dishes.
With three siblings running one successful restaurant, the Pearts decided they had the resources to expand their concept, and opened a second Reggae Fusion at Winston Churchill and Dundas Street West in late March.
Both restaurants follow a fast casual format, but the new Reggae Fusion is geared more towards dining in than take out orders.
For breakfast, the menu includes an ackee and saltfish omelette, as well as Jamaican classics like kidney stew and porridge.
When the Winston Churchill location is stable, Andrea explained they will begin planning to open a third restaurant.
“Our ultimate goal is to have a Caribbean fine dining restaurant,” she said, noting her brother has enrolled at Humber College to expand his culinary skills

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