This is a tiny, casual Jamaican place in Prospect Heights that has a little dining room up a narrow set of stairs. They do Jamaican staples like jerk chicken and curry goat, and it's all cheap, filling, no-nonsense stuff. If you’re looking to improve your takeout game, this is a good option. And if you want to hang out and drink, bring your own wine or beer (it’s BYOB) and claim one of the few tables upstairs.
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