Meet the four restaurants that will be in the UberEATS Pop-Up Kitchen this May:

 
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nyam

nyam means to eat something in West African "wolof" and Jamaican patois, and chef Teneile Warren is excited to bring her unique flavours to the uberEATS platform. The nyam kitchen is Black food history on plate. Using Caribbean and traditional African ingredients, this entirely gluten-free menu is craveworthy.

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Lucky's

Jeffrey has a day job as a virtual reality software founder, but is an aspiring chef by night. He worked for months perfecting his signature Nashville Hot Chicken recipe in his home kitchen, and is excited to bring this trendy food item to Torontonians.

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SugarKane

The Charles sisters… Renee, Donna and Nicole cooked dishes for friends’ & family events for years which turned into a professional catering service that was started in 2013 called Spiked Punch. Their new concept SugarKane is a mouth-watering taste of the Caribbean with a big twist! Bold, sweet spices from the Caribbean fused with a spicy, creole Cajun kick!  An unforgettable experience that will have guests coming back for more… again and again.

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Cassia

Chef Scott Roberts has eight years of experience working with some of the world’s best chefs, having cooked in three Michelin-starred kitchens and as Head Chef at London, England’s Smoking Goat. Since returning to Toronto, he has held a series of Cassia Pop-Up Dinners, and is hoping to use the UberEATS Pop-Up Kitchen to jumpstart his return to the city.