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Anyone have any favorites? There seem to be quite a few and I'm sure if you were adventurous enough you could find some real gems.

I had Jerk Pork at the Caribbean Sunshine Bakery at Colonial & John Young Pkwy today and it was extremely good, a bit salty but offset well by a nice cold Kola Champagne and accompanied by a generous portion of rice and peas and a couple plantains. I'll probably check it out again but only before dark. The neighborhood is a little sketchy to say the least.

Anyway, I'm new to the boards and thought this might make for an interesting topic. I hope everyone is having a wonderful Independence Day!

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  1. Millie's Jamaican Cafe on University and Alafaya across from UCF is very good. I wish there were more options north and east of downtown Orlando.

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    1. re: Big Bad Voodoo Lou

      I just tried the jerk chicken at Millie's last week and was pretty impressed...super spicy though so make sure you get some kola. i love their beef patties , their chicken curry patties are okay. service is pretty much non existent though.

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      1. re: pdpredtide

        It's more Trinidadian than Jamaican, but Singh's is terrific--if unfriendly. Get doubles and a roti for a great introduction to West Indian cuisine. It's on Old Winter Garden just east of Kirkman. A Jamaican/Barbadian friend recommends the place in Singh's original location; it's in the last strip center on Old Winter Garden west of Kirkman. Not sure of the name, but I'd trust this lady's advice.
        ronagindin.com

        1. re: Rona Gindin

          Singh's Roti Shop is pretty good, do you have any other recommendations besides roti and doubles?

          1. re: pdpredtide

            I"ve tasted a bunch of other things but I don't remember what, since we order those two items the most often. Much of the food is set out on a steam table so sometimes we just point. Different things tend to be ready-to-serve each time I'm there. The restaurant also has Chinese food now, which is different than American-style Chinese food and worth a try.
            ronagindin.com