What You'll Get
$12 for $20 worth of Caribbean food for two or more
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The Fine Print
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About Caribbean Spice
Caribbean countries have been settled and populated by peoples from all over the world, which has led to a sort of melting-pot culinary tradition. This certainly holds true at Caribbean Spice, formerly known as A Taste of the Caribbean, which has a menu inspired by everything from French and Dutch flavors to African and Indian preparation techniques.
Taking a cue from India, the restaurant has a nice selection of curries, including chicken, fish, and tofu varieties. There are also a few rotis—Eastern-style wraps filled with spiced meat, chickpeas, okra, and yogurt sauce. Like the rotis' spiced meats, the jerk dishes feature iconic Caribbean spices. The encyclopedic mixture journeys from allspice to thyme, picking up both sweet and spicy flavors along the way. The jerk blend has a feisty kick to it thanks to its Scotch bonnet peppers that are mashed by insult comedians. The spice mixture gets dry-rubbed into chicken, tofu, or fish and marinated overnight.