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Jamaican Grille

5500 Atlantic Springs Rd., Raleigh, NC 27616
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Jamaican Grille is located in Raleigh . They can be reached by calling (919) 873-0200 . They accept Visa, Discover, American Express. Jamaican Grille has a total of 9 reviews, 8 positive reviews and 1 negative review.
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Jane Reid

Jane Reid

Thursday, April 15, 2010
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Delicious and authentic
This place is one of North Raleigh's best kept secrets... The food is wonderful and the prices very low for the portions (which are quite generous). I have been to Jamaica several times and enjoy Caribbean cuisine. Whenever I eat food ...

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Recommended: Yes
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Citysearch User

Sunday, September 7, 2008
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The Best Caribbean Take-Out by J D M. at InsiderPages
We always order take-out. The best cocoa bread, goat meat and oxtails around! My picky eater nephew loves it. Yeah! the same nephew who wouldn't eat tuna, and that's a safe food to eat. Make a date this Friday and stop by the Jamaica Marketplace...you won't regret it!

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Recommended: Yes
AmazonNurse

AmazonNurse

Monday, August 11, 2008
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Best Jamaican food in Raleigh
My husband is of Jamaican descent and when we moved to Raleigh, we despaired of ever finding something that was even close for him to enjoy. How lucky we were to find the Jamaica Marketplace! To surprise him one night, I ordered food to go from their restaurant and will do so again and again. The beef patties were hot and spicy, very delicious. I got hubby curry goat (a favorite of his) and he raved about how good it was. The portions on a large lasted him TWO DAYS! He has a healthy appetite and they really fill those to-go containers. The plantain was delicious and the cabbage is great. They also have desserts he is familiar with, like bean pie and coco bread. We will definitely be back. Also found a great jar of curry powder at a very fair price. I recommend this place to anyone who enjoys Jamaican food. You won't regret it.

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Pros: Great food, interesting atmosphere, wonderful customer service
Cons: Some of the food may be too hot for those with a timid tongue.
Recommended: Yes
DaLionsQueen

DaLionsQueen

Sunday, April 20, 2008
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Excellent West Indian Food
Several years ago I visited this establishment and enjoyed the food. Due to a change in scheduling, etc. I forgot it was there and rediscovered it by accident (drove by) this week.
I have a West Indian mother that hails from Antigua so I know how the food is supposed to taste. I don't know what the one negative reviewer was talking about. The food was excellent.
I had the oxtail dinner which includes cabbage, peas-n-rice and plantain. I also purchased beef, chicken and vegetable patties. Everything was up to standard.
There were only two disappointments. (1) The sauce for the oxtails was a little hotter (spicier) than I usually eat my food. I managed to get through it with the assistance of several cold drinks because it tasted so good! The other disappointment was that I ordered my food to go and when I got home, I realized there was no plantain in my dinner. :-( By then they were closed. I recommend checking your to go boxes before leaving to ensure nothing was left out.
The plus was that I ordered a small dinner. The small is HUGE. I made two meals out of that one small dinner which is nothing to sneeze at since I have a healthy appetite.
This restaurant is a well kept secret. Although several people came and went during my visit(s), I would think the small establishment would be filled to overflow if more people knew about it. Now that I have found it again, I plan to stop by regularly.
My one suggestion is that they provide a milder recipe for some of their dishes (like their j_rk chicken / chicken wings & sauces) for those of us who like spice but can't take "HOT". :-)
If you are rushing, this is not the place to stop. It may take a while (15-20 minutes) to get your food but it will be well worth it when it comes out of the kitchen.

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Pros: Large portions, Tasty food
Cons: Food was spicier than I prefer, Wait time for food, My order was missing an item
Recommended: Yes
shclark

shclark

Thursday, February 21, 2008
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Best jamaican food ever
I've never had Jamaican food that taste as good as the food at Jamaica Marketplace. The food is great, the meals are affordable and they fill up the tray for you. My favorite was the oxtails which are so delicious, I actually would like to have some right about now. Everytime I go in the store they have such good music playin. I always be wanting to dance. They even have carribean foods that you can buy there yourself that you cant find anywhere else. I love Jamaica marketplace and I'd rate there restaurant a 12. Big ups to the chef and to the Manager for doing such a great job with the restaurant and having such good customer service and great food. I'm always satisfied. Oh and I Iove that paul Michael raeggae CD I bought from you. The songs on there are Hot.

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Pros: Parking, Great Customer Service, Food is the best, Affordable, Big ups to the Chef and Great Manager
Recommended: Yes
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Business Details on Jamaican Grille

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Visa, Discover, American Express

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Primary Phone: (919) 873-0200

Hours Open
Friday 11:00am to 9:00pm
Saturday 11:00am to 9:00pm
Sunday Closed
Monday 11:00am to 8:00pm
Tuesday 11:00am to 8:00pm
Wednesday 11:00am to 8:00pm
Thursday 11:00am to 8:00pm