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“When eating bamboo spouts, remember the man who planted them.”
Review of Spice on 300 - CLOSED

Spice on 300
Cuisines: Caribbean
Restaurant details
Wilmington, Delaware
1 review
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“When eating bamboo spouts, remember the man who planted them.”
Reviewed February 9, 2011

What a warm ambiance! Whether you dine in-doors or out-doors, Spice On 300 in itself provides a species of happiness for anyone who’s out for a relaxed dining experience. And, OMG to top it off the food is absolutely wonderfully and plentiful.

Denise and Lamb

  • Visited January 2011
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3 Thank Davis-Lamb
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West Long Branch, New Jersey
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“You'll be thinking you are in the Caribbean”
Reviewed November 8, 2009

Yum!!! What delicious food!! What a cool looking restaurant!!!

Remember your last Caribbean vacation, after you came off of your zip line tour, or came back from the beach, and found that cozy little restaurant with all the palm trees outside, the whitewashed walls inside, the windows wide open, and the most delicious smells wafting out the door?

Well, now imagine finding that in Snyrna, Delaware. Spice on 300 is an authentic Caribbean restaurant. The food is outrageously good. They have a complete Caribbean menu, with everything from perfectly seasoned and authentic Jerk Chicken to Jerk Pork, Jerk Fish, Curry Shrimp, Brown Stew Fish, Curried Goat, Oxtails, Fried Okra and Fried Eggplant. All of those entrees come with rice and peas or plain rice and vegetables. My husband got the half Jerk Chicken and I got the curried goat (my favorite) and it tasted as authentic as when we had it in Jamaica.

There is an American menu with your choice of grilled chicken, t bone steak, chicken parmigiana pasta, grilled strip steak, bbq prime rib, hot wings or bbq wings. There is also a seafood menu with some of the choices being grilled salmon, steamed shrimp or crab, fried jumbo shrimp with fries and steamed veggies.

There are salads and soups to be had, such as a grilled chicken salad, shrimp salad, homemade soups, and sandwiches such as cheese steak with fries, turkey and tuna sandwiches.

There is also an African Menu with choices like Cassava Leaf, Potato Greens, Palava Sauce, Tobogi, Warlo and Fried Okra. Side orders include absolutely delicious and cooked to order Beef Patties, chicken patties, cheese fries, and a kids menu with their usual favorites of chicken fingers, spaghetti and tomato, macaroni and cheese, hot dog and fries, or cheese pizza.

Desserts include homemade carrot cake, cheese cake or a currents roll. There is also a large selection of cold beverages, many of them from the Caribbean, extremely sweet, a perfect complement to the spicy Caribbean Jerk Chicken.

You can also eat outside in the gazebo under the amazingly colored "palm trees." The chef is very friendly and will be happy to explain anything on the menu you are unsure about. Give this place a try. It is a fun place to come for a meal.

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