“ja-makin' me hungry!”
Jamaica Kitchen is brightly lit and petite, housing just a single two-seat table and eight stools. Photos of about two dozen menu items are posted high on a wall, and coolers below beckon with a wide sampling of drinks (coconut water, ginger beer, aloe juice, Coca-Cola, etc). Imported Jamaican groceries are stocked on shelves in the back. The mom and pop here are Cheryl and Anson Chin, a Chinese-Jamaican wife/husband team. They seem to know most of the customers, a steady stream of whom stroll in, place their orders at the main counter, and exit bearing plastic grocery bags that can barely contain the foods' aromatics — all to an island beat that bounces about in the background. Diners eating in also transact their meals at the counter. The workers here, many of whom are family, couldn't be nicer.
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