If you try something new, you might really enjoy it, even if it's filling balloons with Hot Wheels and throwing them off a bridge to see if they'll float. Try some Caribbean fare with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of carribbean cuisine at Kool Katts in Niagara Falls, ON.
Kool Katts presents a warm and festive atmosphere with artistic renditions of Caribbean history and culture on the walls and Caribbean music piped through the speakers playing. The Caribbean cuisine on tap provides a sensory gala packed full of healthy ingredients like fish and chicken, fresh vegetables and legumes, medicinal herbs, garlic, ginger, and sinus-clearing hot peppers and spices. Kool Katts' menu boasts belly-beautifying appetizers like fried plantain and sweet potato chips ($3.95) and jerk shrimp skewer and pineapple relish ($7.95). Carnivorous diners can choose chicken-filled main courses in fried and jerk varieties ($12.99–$13.99) to get taste buds enthusiastically clucking. Boldly stride into new edible territories with main courses like a half rack of jerk pork ribs ($14.50), curry goat ($12.99), escovich fish ($13.99), akee and saltfish ($12) and more. Whistles can be amply whetted with Caribbean sippers like kola champagne and ginger beer ($1.50 each), or palates transported to the beach with sippable smoothies, blends, and other liquid tropical goodies ($5-7.95).
Kool Katts Caribbean Restaurant
Chef Carlton Francis forges an authentic experience for Niagara Falls' locals and tourists with his unparalleled island hospitality and menu of traditional Caribbean fare. He welcomes the community to sample such Jamaican favourites as akee and saltfish, oxtail, and jerk chicken, all of which can pair with breezy beverages including cola-champagne or the signature Ginger Breeze.
The dining room's decor mirrors the island warmth and pride found in Chef Francis and his staff. The walls pop with tropical murals and depictions of great historical figures, such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and Lincoln Alexander. Additionally, on weekends guests can relax while listening to live reggae, jazz, or blues songs about running out of sunscreen.