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West Indian in Dorchester

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West Indian in Dorchester

Macrophage | Apr 10, 2006 01:26 PM

If you walk down the hill from John Marshall Elementary School in Dorchester to the first major street, you will see Papa Rino's pizza just to your left. To your right is a place advertising West Indian and American food. EAT THERE! This is a high crime neighborhood, so don't be surprised inside to find a high plexiglas partition dividing you from the kitchen area. It's like ordering food in a taxicab. But I knew I was in good hands when I said 'how's the goat?' and the owner/cook (?) quickly said, 'you wanno try it? -- all my food is good!' and shoved a tasting plate through the the small window. I recommend the curried goat, which is served with beans and rice and some kind of lightly spiced steamed cabbage. I intend to return for the steamed chicken, the jerked chicken and, well, everything else on the extensive menu.

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