The Konga is a very small hole in the wall restaurant that oozes a aura of homemade, down-to-earth Canadian Caribbean cooking. Because it's so small, you have to go at off times to get a seat. It is a popular place because the food is so great. It is always fresh and cooked to perfection. The tastes are exquisite, drawing upon Caribbean flavourings and spices. The portions are generous. The restaurant is owned by a couple. He serves and she cooks. Even though it's small, if the restaurant is full, the time to get your meal can be a bit long but the reward of a delicious piping hot meal is well worth the wait. The ambience is indie combined with mom's house. The owners are fun and engage with customers.
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