good tasty food well prepared -
Put more garlic in garlic mashed potatoes
jerk chicken was awesome!
the jerk chicken was excellent.
I was pleased that the decor at Lil'Negril wasn't the typical 'island' style, however, in trying for something more sophisticated it ends up being too somber. The music was very good - a very nice volume level and no Bob Marley! It would be nice to incorporate some color into the decor for a more fun atmosphere.
The food was a hit and miss - the festivals were delicious and the homemade hot sauce should be bottled and sold. The main course - vegetarian stew - was overcooked and had little flavour. I love to cook at home and very much enjoy going out to eat for a break but I expect a certain quality that was lacking at Lil'Negril.
They serve a creative menu that caters to the Canadian palate. If you'd like something more authentic, you can request it. Staff is pleasant, informed and accomodating.
Great food. Relaxed atmosphere. Will be back!
We very much enjoyed our meal and we 'll be definitely returning! Great food and very nice people.
Great service, food was tasty, friendly atmosphere. I'll be going back.
From Our Editors
While seated in Lil' Negril's simple dining room, patrons can focus all of their attention on their plates, which are bursting with traditional Caribbean dishes including chicken fricassee, curried goat, and ackee and codfish, the Jamaican national dish. Eclipsing even these succulent bites is the restaurant's specialty, jerk chicken with mango salsa, which comes marinated in spices, glazed with a housemade sauce, and slow-baked.