What You'll Get
Eating spicy food can make eyes tear, which is why traffic cops are rarely sympathetic to drivers who smell of Tabasco. Keep spicy aromas indoors with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get a Jamaican meal for two at Hibiscus Caribbean Bar & Grill (a $31.96 total value). The meal includes:
- Two of the following three entrees (a $9.99 value each):
- Lil’ jerk chicken (includes one side)
- Curry chicken (includes one side)
- Jerk pulled-pork wrap (includes one side)
- Two slices of the dessert of the day (a $5.99 value each)<p>
The native Jamaican chefs at Hibiscus combine healthy ingredients and potent spices to craft a menu of slow-roasted meats. House-made jerk sauce infused with Scotch bonnet peppers and allspice coats the char-grilled quarter-chicken on each Lil’ jerk plate. Chefs brush the same savory sauce onto jerk pulled pork before stuffing it into a 12-inch flour tortilla. Alternatively, poultry simmers in mild yellow curry to make the curry chicken. On top of two entrees, pairs of patrons pick one item from a cavalcade of sides that include herb-spiced macaroni and fried plantains. At the end of the meal, enjoy two slices of dessert such as key-lime pie, which cools fiery mouths, reducing the chances that meals will be interrupted by the battle cry of an overzealous knight-errant.
Hibiscus also entertains their guests with a full list of weekly events that includes karaoke, musical performances, and Marco Polo games in a pool of pickapeppa sauce. Though not included in today’s Groupon, the bar stocks its shelves with imported beers and a bevy of rums from the Caribbean.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hibiscus Caribbean Bar and Grill
To make jerk chicken, Hibiscus Caribbean Bar & Grill’s signature dish, native Jamaican chefs marinate the meat in Jamaican scotch pepper and allspice, grill it over an open flame, and then drizzle the crispy result with hibiscus pepper sauce. The dish has been hailed by Urban Tulsa Weekly as “a great tasting blend of spices with deeply grilled chicken,” and it's one of the eatery’s many entrees that showcase imported Jamaican spices and traditional culinary techniques. Chefs also prepare piquant curry dishes and stir-fry meats with fresh pineapple. Whenever possible, they enhance dishes with local and organic ingredients.
At Hibiscus Caribbean Bar & Grill’s rum bar, diners can watch high-definition TVs or visualize completing a perfect rhythmic-gymnastics routine to soothing island and world music. The restaurant also occasionally hosts bands and other live entertainment.