I love Jamaican food. This taste a lot like home. I had the oxtails, cabbage, and rice&peas. It was expensive but so worth it. When I visit Birmingham again this will definitely be a stop.
After visiting the Jazz Museum, it was time for lunch. Yehman is located next door to the jazz museum. The place could properly be termed a “hole in the wall” restaurant. But the owner was friendly and the food was good. We each had a...More
So I keep going into this place hoping that it was a fluke the last several times I gave it a try. As it is the only Caribbean eatery (that I know of) in the city, I go here when I want a taste of...More
This man is doing something right. Looking for lunch options not far from the interstate, that weren't chains and this popped up. The menu is limited, and sometimes you just don't need the confusion of too may options. Especially when this man can deliver on...More
I developed a taste for Jamaican food while working there in the 90's. I always look out for great Caribbean restaurants. Today, the restaurant only had 3 meal options and I had the jerk chicken. It was excellent, as were the rice and peas. They...More
As a person who is very picky about my food, I love this place. I go about once a week and alternate between the jerk, curry and brown stew chicken. All of the dishes are great and the jerk is seasoned just to the right...More