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Jamaica Jamaica Authentic Caribbean Rest
4.3 stars (1 ratings)

(404) 559-0500

4801 Old National Hwy, Atlanta, GA 30337

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July 21, 2007 @ 9:55 AM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Chattanooga, TN
I drove a friend back to the Atlanta Airport and could not wait to try this "Jamaican" Restaurant. It was mother's day and I had both my kids with me, also my cousin who was visitng from NY. Ironically my cousin's mom is Jamaican, so he knows Jamaican food. I am from Barbados. Even though the menu is a bit on the pricey side, I think it was well worth it. The portions are enormous, and the waiter was very personable, I felt like I was dining in Jamaica. I had the curry chicken and rice, my cousin had the beef stew and rice, and my kids each had beef patties and fries. My cousin also commented that it was better than some of the Jamaican restaurants back in NY. I also took home 2 rotis and another curry chicken plate so that my mother could try this delicious really authentic food. If you are from the Caribbean living down south, you know how difficult it is to get really good Caribbean food. Since this restaurant is so wonderful, I do not mind taking the one and a half hour trip from Chattanooga, TN to Atlanta, GA to enjoy a great meal. As a matter of fact, my mom and a friend of hers took a trip there today, and I cannot wait for her to bring me back my plate(s). Also I am planning a trip back down there in a couple of weeks with other Barbadian friends. Jamaica, Jamaica has a customer as long as they are in business; me.

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Avg Rating: 4  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 1

July 21, 2007 @ 9:55 AM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Chattanooga, TN
I drove a friend back to the Atlanta Airport and could not wait to try this "Jamaican" Restaurant. It was mother's day and I had both my kids with me, also my cousin who was visitng from NY. Ironically my cousin's mom is Jamaican, so he knows Jamaican food. I am from Barbados. Even though the menu is a bit on the pricey side, I think it was well worth it. The portions are enormous, and the waiter was very personable, I felt like I was dining in Jamaica. I had the curry chicken and rice, my cousin had the beef stew and rice, and my kids each had beef patties and fries. My cousin also commented that it was better than some of the Jamaican restaurants back in NY. I also took home 2 rotis and another curry chicken plate so that my mother could try this delicious really authentic food. If you are from the Caribbean living down south, you know how difficult it is to get really good Caribbean food. Since this restaurant is so wonderful, I do not mind taking the one and a half hour trip from Chattanooga, TN to Atlanta, GA to enjoy a great meal. As a matter of fact, my mom and a friend of hers took a trip there today, and I cannot wait for her to bring me back my plate(s). Also I am planning a trip back down there in a couple of weeks with other Barbadian friends. Jamaica, Jamaica has a customer as long as they are in business; me.
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July 21, 2007 @ 9:55 AM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Chattanooga, TN
I drove a friend back to the Atlanta Airport and could not wait to try this "Jamaican" Restaurant. It was mother's day and I had both my kids with me, also my cousin who was visitng from NY. Ironically my cousin's mom is Jamaican, so he knows Jamaican food. I am from Barbados. Even though the menu is a bit on the pricey side, I think it was well worth it. The portions are enormous, and the waiter was very personable, I felt like I was dining in Jamaica. I had the curry chicken and rice, my cousin had the beef stew and rice, and my kids each had beef patties and fries. My cousin also commented that it was better than some of the Jamaican restaurants back in NY. I also took home 2 rotis and another curry chicken plate so that my mother could try this delicious really authentic food. If you are from the Caribbean living down south, you know how difficult it is to get really good Caribbean food. Since this restaurant is so wonderful, I do not mind taking the one and a half hour trip from Chattanooga, TN to Atlanta, GA to enjoy a great meal. As a matter of fact, my mom and a friend of hers took a trip there today, and I cannot wait for her to bring me back my plate(s). Also I am planning a trip back down there in a couple of weeks with other Barbadian friends. Jamaica, Jamaica has a customer as long as they are in business; me.