An authentic taste of Jamaican food in Bangkok.
You love Reggae music, now try some Jamaican food!
For such a small country Jamaica has a lot of influence. The fastest runners, the most influential music. All from an island of less than 3 million people.
Now it's time to taste the food. Jerk chicken. Ackee and salftish. Escoviech fish. Rice and Peas. Cooked to perfection right here in Bangkok, Thailand.
And fun fact -- many of the same spices, vegetables and meats used in Thailand are also used in Jamaican cooking!
An authentic taste of Jamaican food in Bangkok. You love Reggae music, now try some Jamaican food! Now it's time to taste the food. Jerk chicken. Ackee and salftish. Escoviech fish. Rice and Peas. Cooked to perfection right here in Bangkok, Thailand.
Roast or fry?!!! 🔥🇯🇲🔥🇹🇭Breadfruit
Staff sample some bammy today; I’ll deal with the sweetsop! 😋🇯🇲🤟🏾🇹🇭
No need to be hungry while we are around! Food can’t done!🇯🇲🙏🏾👊🏾💓💜🔥
Still nationally acclaimed our national dish! 🇯🇲🔥🇹🇭
Our customers love our food, And we love our customers.
Don't just take our word for it, read from our customer testimonials.
After moving to Thailand from America and being here for 5 months I really wanted some comfort food that reminds me of home.This restaurant and food did not disappoint! We ordered oxtails, rice and jerk chicken. Everything was very flavorful and seasoned well. I definitely plan on returning. Customer service was exceptional also but that's expected here in Thailand. 10 out of 10,I would recommend!
Khalisa B Jones
We visited this restaurant over the weekend and it did not disappoint. We ordered the, Curried Chicken, Jerk Chicken, Escavitch Fish, and Mixed Vegetables. Later, the chef came out and gave us a complimentary Curried Goat dish. Wow! The servings were huge. There was only 2 of us but this meal could’ve easily fed 4 people. We ended up doing take-away. We would definitely return and order less next time, but everything was delicious!
Adventures While Black
Bangkok has been missing a place like this for far too long. I went for the curried goat and jerk chicken, as they are my two favourite Jamaican dishes. The goat meat was slow cooked and tender, and the spices were well balanced, providing a truly authentic flavour. The Jerk Chicken was fantastic and the love that went into the marinade was clearly evident. My photos don't do it enough justice. Decent sized portions, fairly priced with a friendly and very prompt service. My gut instinct says that when things are back open, this could be a good place for a night out with friends.
Simon Cripps - Local Guide
A new Jamaican restaurant has opened in my neighborhood so I think I'd better come and give it a try. The restaurant has 2 seating sections: an open air seating outside and an air-conditioned room inside. The menu has many traditional Jamaican dished like Ackee and Saltfish, Oxtail, Curry Goat, Jerk chicken/Pork, Escovitch Fish. I ordered Ackee and Saltfish. It came with fried dumplings. It was tasty but I felt no heat at all. (Should there be scotch bonnet pepper in it?) The price is a bit high but then it is probably because they have to import ingredients like ackee and saltfish. Nevertheless, I will come back again to try other dishes.
Krid Dusitsin Local Guide