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Jamaica Jamaica Cuisine - Well How Was it?

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In our new series, it's all about the food. We will visit a spot and give you a thumbs up or thumbs down to answer the question, "Well, How Was It?"

 

Location

2011 Austin HWY, San Antonio, Texas 78218

Type of Cuisine

Caribbean Food

Initial Thoughts

This looks like a spot you’d actually see in Jamaica. You could smell the jerk chicken and curry goat from outside.

  

This place is the real deal with their authentic island fares. That’s right they are serving D&G soda, a traditional Jamaican soda. They also have Sorrell on the menu, which is another traditional drink made with Jamaican hibiscus flower and ginger beer. For my meal I selected oxtails, rice and peas, steamed cabbage, and plantains.

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Written by Felice Sloan
Felice Sloan

Felice Sloan

Swanky Girl

If you look up the word "swanky", Felice's picture would be right next to it! She loves all things stylish, posh, and that are completely SWANK! Many consider her a maven in many areas and her love of food, and passion for all things fashion, tops the list. Take her to a hole in the wall for some Mudbugs or to a nice high-end spot for some Foie Gras…wherever it is just GOT TO BE SWANKY! Felice is the co-founder and Editor of Urban Swank. She focuses on food and fashion.

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