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Month: June 2017

Jerk Cooking: A New Special

If you’ve been keeping up with what we’ve had going on lately you’ll know that we’re rocking a brand new look these days – something we think is more us, something which shows off a bit of our Caribbean heritage. It’s not just the outfit that’s new – we’ve been working hard in the kitchen too and one of the things we’ve come up with something we think is the perfect lighter dish for hot summer nights – Jerk Salmon and Coconut Couscous.

Marinated in our secret blend of spices before being cooked to perfection, it’s the sort of thing that you just don’t find other places and that suits us down to the ground. If you hadn’t guessed yet we like to stand out from the crowd, do our own thing. Sure, our Jerk cooking is authentic and tradition and heritage are at the heart of it but what good is all that learning and experience unless you can turn it to something new? So if you come by our place and Jerk Salmon is on as a special, what do you think should go with it? We tried a whole load of things when we were developing this dish, the kitchen was full and all of our friends and family them belly full! In the end we agreed with the popular vote and went for our coconut couscous, something else you might not find in your average Jerk spot. Light, zesty and just a likkle bit different, we love the way it works with the salmon to make a light, tasty dish with deep roots in Island culture but a modern take on how Jerk cooking can work. We hope you like it…