We were skeptical about tHis place and learned to not judge a book by its cover. The owner believes in serving fresh food to all customers. We ordered breakfast and balked at the wait but were pleasantly surprised when the food came out. We all ordered swordfish and ackee which was accompanied with fiesta (fried dumplings), fried breadfruit and platanos(to stones). This was by far the best swordfish and ackee dish we had on our trip. We had this traditional Jamaican breakfast every morning. The ackee was served up fresh and in big chunks complimenting the swordfish. The dish was so fresh and every ingredient could be tasted in every bite. Thank you for a great breakfast and for providing insight into Jamaica's history.
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