Caribbean Meal for Two or Four at Chef Rob's Caribbean Café (53% Off)

Sandy Springs

89% of 1,074 customers

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In a Nutshell

Combination platters can include curry goat, braised beef oxtails, caribbean curry chicken, and ackee ‘n’ saltfish

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 20th, 2013. Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for $40 worth of Caribbean meal for two
  • $35 for $75 worth of Caribbean meal for four

The menu includes entrees such as Cajun seafood pasta ($16.95), a pan-seared crab-cake burger ($12.50), Cuban lime chicken ($16.50), and barbecue spare ribs ($16.95).

Chef Rob's Caribbean Cafe

Robert Gayle, the head cook at Chef Rob's Caribbean Cafe, combines his Caribbean upbringing with a Culinary Institute of America education, gathering flavors from around the world to refine a menu of island comfort fare. After spending his childhood in Jamaica and the West Indies, Chef Rob relocated to the United States and began to develop his culinary lobe at age 13 by working as a steward in Brooklyn. His skills and prestige steadily increased over time, allowing him to eventually open P. Diddy's Atlanta venture, Justin's Restaurant, in 1997 and prepare meals and bag lunches for such celebrities as Jennifer Lopez and Akon. Chef Rob's mental rolodex includes recipes for curried goat, dry-rubbed spare ribs, and his signature spicy jerk seasoning, which he massages into mesquite-grilled chicken.

Chef Rob's Caribbean Cafe & Upscale Lounge

Robert Gayle, the executive chef at and owner of Chef Rob's Caribbean Cafe & Upscale Lounge, combines his Caribbean background with a Culinary Institute of America education, gathering flavors from around the world to refine a menu of island comfort fare. After spending his childhood in Jamaica and the West Indies, Chef Rob relocated to the United States and began to develop his culinary lobe at age 13 by working as a steward in Brooklyn. His skills and prestige steadily increased over time, allowing him to eventually open P. Diddy's Atlanta venture, Justin's Restaurant, in 1997 and prepare meals for such celebrities as Jennifer Lopez and Akon. Chef Rob's mental rolodex includes recipes for curried goat, dry-rubbed spare ribs, and his signature spicy jerk seasoning, which he massages into mesquite-grilled chicken. For lighter nighttime fare, diners can convene in the newly opened Chef Rob's Upscale Lounge for hookah, top-shelf cocktails, satisfying tapas, and signature wines. The contemporary furniture completes the swanky atmosphere.


Reviews

Great take on Caribbean Food! Enjoyed my meal so much I ordered something to go

Reviewer, OpenTable, 5/5/12

Tips

89% of 1,074 customers

  • “Delicious food, reasonable prices, great variety!”

  • “Really really really good food...great service and did I mention REALLY great food! Great atmosphere as well”

  • “Good food, good service, a bit pricey.”

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    Sandy Springs

    5920 Roswell Rd.

    Suite 117

    Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328

    404-250-3737

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