Went here for the first time for 2009 Christmas Dinner with my boyfriend. Immediatly got a seat because it was half empty due to the heavy rain. Server was VERY nice and courteous. I myself am Jamaican so I was expecting a real caribbean atmosphere, instead we were pegged upstairs near the loudest Jamaican men ever, words cant describe how loud they were, Not one employee asked them to tone it down. But the place has a great ambience of dim lights and reggae music. The food was pretty regular if you ask me, nothing I couldnt get right on Church Ave. in Brooklyn, Lets be reasonable here, $22 for some oxtail? The appetizers were good though, We had some Codfish fritters and Mango BBQ Wings. What I didn't like was the small portions and slow service, the waiter would move in a semi circle motion thru tables, like a stop; So if one table stopped him, we had to continually wait, since we were the last table. Also took forever just to get our food then the bill. The food was dry and not very exciting, nothing I intended on waiting so long for. Also the bathroom thing is a bit weird too, you have to walk thru the kitchen which was very weird. I would say this place is good for anyone new to Caribbean food, a Tourist or just an after work drink. If it hadnt been for the waiter, this place wouldve gotten two stars, But if your looking for ambience, this place has it.
Pros: Fast Seating, Good Service
Cons: Bland Food, Prices, Long Wait