I have had a wonderful experience at Chef Rob's Caribbean Cafe. I have been a customer of his for 3 years and his cooking expertise is far beyond that which Keisha speaks.
I used all sorts of catering companies and the best experience that I had was with Chef Rob's Caribbean Cafe. He is so flexible and the food is to die for. I work for a Finish Electronics company and we shut down a meeting for the amount of people that kept going back for more. They could not even conduct the meeting. The food smelled so good and the portion was very healthy. I don't know when this lady had this experience. I believe she has some personal vendetta against Chef Rob. The food price is excellent. It is in Sandy Springs and the average price for a meal in that area with that large portion of food is equal to what you pay at Chef Rob's place. Not to mention he now has a $5 Recession menu for people who are experiencing hardships. Everyone one can eat there and I happen to know he takes great pride in the flavor of his food. By the way, it says Caribbean not Jamaican even though he is Jamaican most foreign foods that come to America put a spin on the foods that they produce here in restaurants because Americans like the changes better. Native Islanders eat at Rob's all the time. Do you go to and Italian restaurant and complain about them changing the recipe for spaghetti? I think not. I love Chef Rob's Caribbean Cafe and I recommend the Jerk Chicken, the Caribbean Shrimp/Chicken Fettuccine Pasta or even the Chicken Pita Wrap. Try the $3 Margaritas on Tuesday - that is the night I am there. After work on Friday they have 1/2 price appetizers.
I love that food and I did not even like Caribbean before I had his.
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