My wife and I decided to give the Yeanon try after an article in the Metro brought it to our attention.
From the outside, it looks unassuming and inside was basic with plain tables with plastic cloths. We have visited the Caribbean several times and many of the local cafes are like this. There were shelves with a range of herbs and spices for sale. These and the cooking food gave a lovely aroma to the place.
The food, however, certainly did not dissapoint. We had barbeque pork steak with basmati rice and chic peas. The pork was excelent and melted in the mouth and the barbeque sauce was nice and spicy. There was a small variety of home cooked cakes but we were too full to try them. The pinapple sponge looked very inviting. This is not a fast food place everything is cooked fresh in a traditional way.
We were served by the Owner's daughter. She and the Owner made us very welcome and we will definately return in the future. Ok so Afro Caribbean food may not appeal to everyone but please give it a try. You could have a very nice experience!!
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