Carribean food is slowly but surely gaining a presence in the Montreal food scene. With places like Local Jerk, Llyodies, and Marche Meli-Melo expanding - island flavors are finally making their mark.\nREAD ALSO: The 8 Best Sites You Need To Visit Before Picking Your Apartment\nView this post on Instagram It was definitely a battle between the Chicken & Waffles and the Crab Cake Egg Benedict...who won🤔??? #CaribeeanStyleBrunch 📸@toutedansmesfesses/ @maiight 😘 A post shared by Resto Palme (@resto_palme) on Feb 26, 2018 at 7:53pm PST\nMontreal has a rich Carribean community and it's about time that our restaurants and food reflects that.\nAlso, Caribbean food is insanely delicious, wholesome, and healthy. It's basically the ultimate comfort food. With a generous serving of flavourful rice, rich starchy veggies such as plantanes, potatoes, and corn - island cuisine can fix you right up after a wild night out as much as sooth your spirits after a long week of work.\nView this post on Instagram Chaudrée de Maïs et Fruit de Mer! Pain cassage maison. Chef Ralph experimenting tonight. Be the first taste tester. A post shared by Resto Palme (@resto_palme) on Dec 30, 2017 at 3:47pm PST\nA Village spot called Resto Palme is here to bring us the ultimate Carribean experience. Serving-up "brunch with a vibe". What does that mean? Well, it means not only does brunch come with a live DJ playing a steady rotation of smooth melodies, but also Caribbean-driven menu items.\nTheir brunch menu includes some mouth-watering Montreal brunch takes on Carribean classics such as Spicy Jerk Potatoes, scrambled eggs with plantain and cornbread, ackee and salted fish with brioche, and the very popular benedict egg crab cake.\n@resto_palmeembedded via\nIf that list of items wasn't enough to convince you, they serve the most delicious looking cocktails all day. This is definitely a spot that needs to be added to the brunch rotation.\nFor more info, check out their Facebook page here.