Franchisee Featured by CBS 17

My Carolina: Charmaine Campbell
With Black Restaurant Week now underway in the Carolinas, and the three Golden Krust Caribbean Restaurant locations in the region participating, Charmaine Campbell, owner of two locations in Raleigh, was featured on CBS 17’s My Carolina Monday morning.
Visiting to educate the audience on the history of Golden Krust, and allowing the sampling of oxtailjerk chicken, and curry goat (all with rice and peas), Charmaine also won over the hosts with Golden Krust’s assortment of patties.
Founded in 2016 by Warren Luckett, Falayn Ferrell, and Derek Robinson, Black Restaurant Week® is dedicated to celebrating the flavors of African-American, African, and Caribbean cuisine nationwide. Through a series of events and promotional campaigns, Black Restaurant Week’s culinary initiatives help introduce culinary businesses and culinary professionals to the community.

Golden Krust is one of the leading Caribbean restaurants in the United States — known for their family recipes of classic Caribbean staples, from Jamaican beef patties and coco bread, to jerk chickenoxtail, and curried goat or chicken. Offerings now include vegetarian and beyond meat alternatives. The bakery boasts numerous enticing options including spice bunhard dough bread, and carrot cake (among many more delectable items).

Congratulations to Charmaine for delivering a great finished on air product. Find a Golden Krust location near you today.