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Coconut Palm Bar and Grill

Lochina Dec 19, 2009 10:20 AM

Anyone ever been to this Guyanese restaurant in the Bronx? I run a small eating club with a friend and this was our destination on Wednesday. We learned about it from Baron Ambrosia, a culinary/comedic genius who has a show on Bronx Television (you can also watch the episode on his web site: http://www.bronxflavor.com/
)The staff treated us spectacularly and gave us a TON of food for our $20 pp all-inclusive price: fried shark, chicken gizzards, potato balls, blood pudding and polurie (like small savory doughnuts) appetizers; for mains we had rice and beans, fried rice, chicken curry, curried oxtail, curried goat and jerk chicken as well as dhal poori and roti breads. Everything was FANTASTIC, really some of the best West Indian food I've had: fresh flavors, big portions. In terms of standouts, I would have to name the chicken gizzards, the oxtail, the goat and the dhal poori. YUM! If you've tried it let me know what you think; otherwise get thee to the Bronx and report back!

Coconut Palm
2407 Westchester Ave, Bronx, NY 10461

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    Seeta RE: Lochina Jul 1, 2010 11:38 AM

    A fewwent to the Coconut Palm located at 2407 Westchester Ave, Bronx, NY 10461 after it was recommended to us. The food was very delicious, big portion and friendly staff. There was a variety of cusinies to choose from. The place itself is nice, very clean, beautiful tables and chairs/booths. It was quiet so we could have a relaxing time. The hostess made us feel very welcome. It is a place I highly recommend. One has to be careful to get to the right Cocnut Palm though. This is the one on Westchester Avenue. I recommended it to some friends and they went to the wrong one and was disappointed. i hgihly recommend Coconut Palm at 2407 Westchester Avenue in the Bronx.

    Coconut Palm
    2407 Westchester Ave, Bronx, NY 10461

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      Seeta RE: Seeta Jul 1, 2010 01:12 PM

      I've been there several times and love it. Best place to eat Guyanese/West Indian food. Love the food, drinks and place.

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        beke RE: Seeta Jul 13, 2010 06:54 AM

        I like their chicken curry served with a fluffy round of roti....yum ....wish they did breakfast

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