Came here midweek with my father in law and husband for dinner. The server was attentive and helpful. We each got at least one appetizer (in true form I believe my husband may have ordered two or three so that we could try a lot of things!). I got a beet salad and a jerk chicken dish. There was something dark, perhaps bits of olives, sprinkled throughout the salad that really took over compared to the flavors of the other ingredients - which was unfortunate given the beets were well done and combined well with the cheese in the salad. I was pretty excited about having jerk chicken. It was good enough. The vegetables underneath and around the chicken were really the high point of the meal to me. Something about the cooking method of the carrots really brought out their mild sweetness and they had a great texture (cooked and softened compared to a raw carrot, though not limp and mushy). The chicken took me aback - every jerk recipe I've had has been more citrus and pepper based with a zing from spices like cinnamon. The chicken here tasted much more like soy sauce than anything else and there was no spicy bite. My husband got a seafood dish with a red sauce that was advertised as having chorizo sausage in it, he mentioned after a few bites it was definitely not chorizo. Nothing was bad here, there were just some flavors that were not what we hoped for when we ordered our food.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.