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Trinidad Golden Palace Restaurant

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Peppa’s Jerk Chicken

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Allan’s Bakery

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7.7

NYC Review

Jerk House

At this counter-service Caribbean spot in Harlem, something with jerk sauce on it should be your go-to order.

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NYC Review

Island Shack

If you need a place to meet a date or a few friends for a group dinner in Fort Greene, go to Island Shack and eat jerk chicken.

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NYC Review

Sally Roots

Sally Roots serves some good Caribbean/American food in a Bushwick space you’ll want to hang out in.

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8.2

NYC Review

A&A Bake and Doubles

A&A Bake And Doubles is a Trinidadian counter-service spot, and it’s a Bed-Stuy institution. Stop by for a roti and a couple of doubles.

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NYC Review

Jacob Restaurant

Jacob Restaurant is a buffet in Harlem where you can fill a styrofoam container with some very solid soul food and Caribbean food.

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8.8

NYC Review

Trinidad Golden Palace Restaurant

Trinidad Golden Place is a cash-only Trinidadian bakery in Crown Heights that makes incredible pastries, massive roti, and Chinese-American dishes.

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8.2

NYC Review

Zanmi

Zanmi is a fun Haitian restaurant in Prospect Lefferts Gardens.

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8.0

NYC Review

Allan’s Bakery

Allan’s Bakery is a third-generation cultural institution and Caribbean bakery in Flatbush with incredible currants rolls, hard dough bread, and more.

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NYC Review

Sybil's Bakery

Sybil's is a popular Caribbean bakery staple in Little Guyana.

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NYC Guide

Where To Eat Caribbean Food In Little Guyana

In this installment of Island Hopping for the best Caribbean food in NYC, we head to Queens, the roti capital of the city.

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NYC Guide

The Best Caribbean Food In Crown Heights & Bed-Stuy

In this installment of Island Hopping for NYC’s best Caribbean food, Shelley Worrell, founder of I AM CARIBBEING, takes us to Crown Heights and Bed-St

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NYC Review

Jam'It Bistro

Jam’It Bistro in Red Hook serves delicious Jamaican beef patties and jerk chicken, along with other Caribbean staples.

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NYC Review

Zona De Cuba

This Caribbean rooftop spot in the South Bronx has live salsa, palm trees and chandeliers, and a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy.

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NYC Review

Island Cz Cafe

If you want traditional Jamaican food in Crown Heights that transports you to Kingston or Ocho Rios, this is the spot.

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NYC Review

Culpepper’s

Culpepper’s is a casual spot for beach-inspired Caribbean classics in Crown Heights.

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NYC Review

The Soul Spot

The Soul Spot serves Southern and Caribbean food in a small counter-service space near Borough Hall in Brooklyn.

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NYC Review

Back Home Bakery

Back Home is a classic bakery in Little Caribbean that offers a healthy twist on currants rolls made with whole wheat.

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NYC Review

The Hills Restaurant

The Hills Lounge in Flatbush serves authentic Guyanese cuisine and with flavors heavily influenced by African, East Indian, and Chinese traditions.

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NYC Review

Bake & Things Restaurant

Bake & Things is a Caribbean spot in Flatbush serving curry crab and dumplings and bakes with saltfish.

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NYC Review

Trini Breakfast Shed II

Trini Breakfast Shed in Flatbush specializes in bakes, a Caribbean breakfast bread ranging from sada to coconut to floats.