In 1990, a taste of the islands made its way to South Florida and has been a staple here ever since. Inventive cooking techniques paired with quality ingredients make the restaurant a haven for foodies. An exciting blend of herbs, spices and marinades are utilized to create foods that will make your taste buds dance. Cajun and jerk seasonings, curries, basil mustard, hot peppers and teriyaki sauces are just some of the enticing ingredients used. Seafood reigns supreme here because of the freshness, but chicken and steak dishes will not disappoint. Start with cracked conch before heading on to the yellow tail snapper, if it's available. Be sure to cap off dinner with dessert—they're made from scratch by one of the owners. The ambience is casual, just as it should be in the Caribbean. Yellow, blue and green hues provide a colorful aura that creates a warm atmosphere. Calypso and reggae music plays softly in the background to make you feel like you're on an island. All you need is the beach and a cocktail and you're pretty much there.
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