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Brilliant Caribbean food in Baltimore - Dutch Pot Cafe

bawlmeroryuls | Feb 22, 2008 09:39 AM

My newest food addiction (besides El Riconcito Peruano) is The Dutch Pot Cafe on Clay Street (Between Charles St and Park Ave, a block or so towards downtown from Lexington Market).

The Jerk Chicken is my favorite of the 4 items I've tried from the menu (I can't seem to bring myself to order anything but the Jerk Chicken every time I go). The Brownstew Chicken, Curry Chicken and Jerk Pork were all also very good.

When you go, you MUST MUST MUST get the beef patty. That is a requirement. It is flaky and crispy and filled with crack and nicotine. There's no other explanation.

There are also some tempting vegetarian options and a whole world of seafood that I haven't explored yet. There just aren't enough meals in the day.

The main courses are served with a generous heaping of rice and beans, a side of veg and a slice of fried plantain.

The portions are giant, the prices are really reasonable (most of the menu is $5-$10) and the service is very friendly.

It looks like the website is down at the moment, but you can eat their food and then be their myspace friend:
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?...

Go support this place. It's my favorite downtown lunch spot.

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Dutch Pot Cafe
102 Clay St, Baltimore, MD 21201

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