I tried this place with my husband on its opening day and the food was good. I can't remember the name.
We had the fried King Fish dinner. It came with rice and peas - lots of yummy rice and peas cooked with a hint of coconut milk. I could've just eaten this. The king fish was good as well - had a nice spicy taste to it, not too oily. It came with a side of coleslaw that we didn't touch.
The portions are good and we are definitely going back to try the jerk chicken and oxtail.