This was exactly the kind of eatery I hoped to find on the island. It advertises itself as "comfort food" and that is what you get. We split the oxtail stew and curry goat. The oxtail was rich, tender and flavorful. The goat was likewise tender and marvelous with the green curry. There were two side dishes: Rice (not fine grained but thicker - sorry I cannot recall the correct term) with corn, peas and fine diced green pepper ( I liked mixing the curry with the rice); and sautéed vegetables (shredded cabbage with baby carrots and a little pepper). The seasoning was mild and delicious with the sweetness of the cabbage and carrots carrying the primary flavors. We splurged on home made scoops of soursop and chocolate chip ice creams. Both were a fine sweet ending to a rich meal.
We learned the owner was in a terrible car accident about a year ago. So the restaurant is open when she is well enough to cook (don't judge them harshly if their hours seem erratic). So, if you drive past the corner of 10 and rte 107 and see they are open, stop and enjoy some comfort food.
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