This place looks like, and is, a 'hole-in-the-wall' but it's the real deal if you want to eat authentic Jamaican food. It's cheap, cheap and primary dishes had great flavor. I had the goat (now that's Jamaican!!) and it was fall off the bone tender, albeit not a lot of meat on those bones, but I was really glad I tried it. My wife had the fish, also great flavor--and a need to be mindful of the bones. It was preceded by a cup of veggie soup and came with traditional rice and black beans and a bit of salad--all for about $6-7/person. Don't go there for a romantic meal out. It's sparse in décor and ambiance, but we'll likely go back before we leave.
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