Hot damn! Right away this restaurant caught my eye from the outside with its unique architecture. We were greeted and seated pretty quickly but the restaurant wasn’t very busy at the moment. We ordered the passion fruit and papaya smoothie to start. It was so refreshing and brought me right to the feeling of being on a Caribbean beach! As celiacs we were informed there were three items that are not gluten free which includes the Pata and the shrimp. We ordered the Chicken Curry and Chicken Creole. We decided to order heat level 2. Miss Olga personally brought the dishes out and let us know if we wanted that we are allowed to bring our own wine and beer. She dropped off the plates and let us dig in. The flavors were so tasty and perfectly balanced between savory and hint of sweet. Later Olga stopped by again and chatted with us about the meal and how all the food is handed down family recipes. All in all I will 100% return for the tasty gluten free Caribbean food served with love and passion.
Great place for some authentic Caribbean food gluten free. The coconut curry with chicken delightful. Level 2 spice was perfect. A safe place to come for celiacs. Only three items on the menu are not gluten free.
Great flavors and flexibility with spice levels. Lots of options and knowledgeable staff.
They do not use flour in their kitchen! And coconut milk is the only dairy product used! Food can be ordered to your preference of spice (I got a level 1 and it was spicy enough). Delicious!
Amazing! Our family of 4 went yesterday and it was delicious. Even our picky eater loved the food!!! We all had something different and it was all delicious.
It's so nice to be able to order almost everything on the menu gluten-free and also get such great, authentic flavor. This is Haitian cooking and the wonderful chef will make your curry or jerk dishes any level of spiciness from mild to kicking hot! Great lady, great food.
Authentic Caribbean flavor, made from scratch, served up by a Haitian family. Primarily rice dishes with a variety of sauces, many good side options, and fresh fruit drinks. Also, dark Haitian coffee supplied by the family farm back on Hispaniola.