The tiny restaurant is crammed between two large fast-food joints. The Jamaican specialties served here include jerk pork and chicken, chicken curry, beef patties (a pastry filled with beef that is also available filled with chicken or veggies) and whole fried tilapia. Each entree comes with a choice of rice (yellow or rice with peas) and a side of veggies. Order the jerk chicken and you'll be given the option of smothering the dish in oxtail gravy--a rich, dark gravy that is meaty and comforting. For the more adventurous, there are some Jamaican beverages for sale that might be of interest. But the best thing about this little restaurant is its pioneer spirit--a small island of sincere food in a sea of greasy commercialism.
Price: $ (Under $10)