What You'll Get
Though the Caribbean isles are well known to outsiders, Caribbean cuisine remains a hidden gem due to tourists frequently subsisting solely off a paste made from sand, ocean water, and puréed linen pants. Uncover the edible treasure of the tropics with today’s Groupon to Island Paradise in Warner Robins. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Jamaican fare and drinks.
- For $18, you get $40 worth of Jamaican fare and drinks.
Island Paradise channels tropical-island flair into a menu that features salmon tacos, marinated jerk chicken, and other authentic Jamaican dishes infused with the culinary know-how of a predominantly Caribbean staff. Patrons can cast their nets into a steaming crock of Caribbean seafood chowder ($3.99 for a small; $6 for a large) or stuff their bellies’ P.O. boxes with the tortilla-wrapped packages of the salmon fish-taco plate ($7.99). Grilled jerk pork ($9.99) marinates in a spicy special-recipe seasoning and pairs with a choice of two hearty sides, which include cheddar grits and golden plantains. Vegetarians need not sneak in purses filled with shrubbery, as the curried kick of seasonal vegetables ($8.99) will appeal to the most discriminating of herbaceous diets. As soon as the main course is cleared, castaway spoons send out S.O.S. calls from rich dollops of potato pudding, begging to be rescued by sweet teeth sailing nearby ($4.99).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. 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.
About Island Paradise
Traditional Jamaican flavors abound in Island Paradise's casual dining room, where a predominantly Caribbean staff revs up the sense of authenticity. Amid bright red banquettes and paintings of the tropics, tables populate with coconut-dusted fish fillets, jerk chicken, and spicy marinated pork. After diners pass around entree plates of oxtail and curried goat, they can bury forks in a sweet Jamaican dessert or utilize the eatery's dangling bead curtains as guitar strings for a three-piece zydeco band.