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Sweet & Spicy Caribbean Cafe

179 Broadway, Amityville, NY - (631) 264-8055
At this inconspicuous storefront eatery, you can sample such Jamaican specialties as ackee and cod, oxtail, curry goat, callaloo and cod, kingfish, stew chicken, meat patties, sea moss drinks, and jerk chicken.
75% Approval Rating (4 votes)

Scorecard

3 - Overall: Excellent - Worth a Detour
Overall: Excellent - Worth a Detour

Highlighted Reviews

rating
Scott Rothstein - Photos (3)
September 02, 2005
"Situated at the end of a strip of shops in the southern end of Amityville village, Sweet & Spicy is another one of those places that's easy to overlook. The restaurant is unprepossessing: a little storefront that doesn't become any more impressive when you walk in. A ..."   [Read More]

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179 Broadway, Amityville, NY
(631) 264-8055

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:No Data
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:No
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
Regular size platter of ackee and cod.  That's the ackee (the scrambled-egg looking stuff) and cod on the right, rice and peas (beans) at the bottom, fried plantain near the top/left, and cabbage at the extreme top/left of the dish.  This container measures 7
"Regular size platter of ackee and cod. That's the ackee (the scrambled-egg looking stuff) and cod on the right, rice and peas (beans) at the bottom, fried plantain near the top/left, and cabbage at the extreme top/left of the dish. This container measures 7" diameter and 2" deep."
Scott Rothstein





That's all she is.  Take out's the thing.
"That's all she is. Take out's the thing."
Scott Rothstein


That's the jerk chicken taking up about 60% of the platter.  At the top and a little to the left of the top are two pieces of fried plantain, just covering the cabbage.  The rest of what's visible is the rice and peas (beans).
"That's the jerk chicken taking up about 60% of the platter. At the top and a little to the left of the top are two pieces of fried plantain, just covering the cabbage. The rest of what's visible is the rice and peas (beans)."
Scott Rothstein



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