We relied on Tripadvisor and Yelp for something different and we were not disappointed. After reading reviews, we ordered the coconut shrimp appetizer, mozzarella and tomato salad, root beer ribs, and goat curry. For drinks we had the mauby and sorrel.
The breading for the coconut shrimp was delicious and the sauce complimented it well. The mozzarella and tomato salad was incredible--extremely generous portions of mozzarella cheese (huge!), tomatoes, avocados, and the basic balsamic vinegar dressing was the best I've ever had. It's just different, and very good.
The slow cooker root beer ribs were very good, smothered with spices, and very tender. For sides we got grilled zucchini, yellow rice, and steamed cabbage. The zucchini was cooked perfectly, the yellow rice was just a tad bit dry but still flavorful, and the steamed cabbage was not our thing, but it was recommended.
A reviewer wrote that the goat curry was amazing. We can live without it. It contrasts with the very delicious root beer ribs. The curry was in no way like any traditional curry we have had--it was not european, not Indian, not islander, and not Japanese. I guess it's the Caribbean version of curry. This was ordered with asparagus and yams, and these were okay too.
We Googled the drinks and they both have medicinal properties. However, the sorrel is more palatable than the mauby. The mauby tastes like liquorish in a cup. Ask for a sample.
Service was good, ambiance can be modified (it's a little dark), and the owner/chef came out to talk to us--lovely woman and we told her how wonderfully prepared the dishes were; she's from St. Vincent.
Overall great food and we look forward to returning to this restaurant...next time we will give the chicken a chance to shine!