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  • Caribbean, Jamaican, Smoothies/Juice Bar
  • 132 W Houston St, New York NY10012 40.7277405 -74.001325
  • (At Sullivan St)
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  • (646) 588-5375
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User Ratings (Based on 21 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 3.1
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 4.0

Other Restaurant Info

(646) 588-5375
Place Order:
Order From Miss Lily's for delivery & takeout
Major Credit Cards Bake Shop & Melvin's Juice Box Mon-Fri: 7:30am-10pm Sat-Sun: 8:30am-10pm
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-4:30pm+5pm-1:30am Sat: 11am-4:30pm+5pm-1:30am Sun: 11am-4:30pm+5pm-11:30pm
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Group Dining, Open Late, Trendy, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Miss Lily's

    Posted by sprung on food on 02/12/2014

    Jamaican Me Hungry: Miss Lily's

    This authentic Jamaican restaurant is putting a modern spin on some of the classics of the Caribbean right in SoHo. Jazzed up with multicolored twinkle lights, diner-esc order boards and seating, this place not only serves up tasty food, but provides an environment that just makes you happy. Not to mention, your ears will enjoy the amazing reggae tunes playing on Radio Lily.

  • Miss Lily's

    Posted by JAinBK on 12/27/2013

    Good Food, Highly Overpiced

    I had heard about this restaurant for a while before I actually went there. My mom was in town and so I decided to take her there for lunch. The atmosphere was strange...it is definitely not a family restaurant and my mom did not feel entirely comfortable there. We got there a little before lunch had officially started and were told to just sit at a table and a waiter would come to us once the kitchen opened. None did, we had to wave our waiter down to let him know that we were not sitting there simply for our health. After that the service was fine. The place got very crowded. The food was excellent, but the portions were tiny and the prices were ridiculously high. Now as a Jamaican, I know what good Caribbean food should taste like...and this was it, but I barely had enough food to whet my appetite. I paid twice as much as I would at another Jamaican restaurant for half the food. What you expect to find at a Caribbean restaurant is good food, cheap prices, and generous portions. For the price they are charging, I would expect to have enough food for three meals, but instead I left still feeling hungry. I've returned once and ordered from their take-out counter, the service was much better, but I left with the same feeling of being unsatisfied and having paid way too much for the privilege. And on top of it, the rice and peas tasted like the bottom of the pot. Sadly, I won't be returning to Miss Lily's. If I want overpriced Jamaican food, I can go to Negril's, where at least I know I won't go hungry, I'll feel comfortable, and I'll receive good service.

  • Miss Lily's

    Posted by Reilly Ate Here on 01/12/2013

    Downtown Cool but Overpriced

    Great atmosphere and good food but the portions were too small for the price. If I'm being really picky the Jerk Chicken could have used a bit more moisture. I'd go back.

  • Miss Lily's

    Posted by Kerry on 11/19/2012


    I visited Ms Lily's for the 2nd time and must say that I hope this will not be my last. Both times I enjoyed the jerk corn and man it was delish both times when you go you must have. My friends loved the pepper shrimp and love the other appetizers that we had. The jerk chicken needed to be more spicey but I get it that not everyone is from the islands so they have to taper down the heat. The only thing this place is lacking is a dancefloor so we could work off the food that we ate. The drinks were on point (a bit pricey but good) and the food was as if my mom had cooked it. Chef was very sweet as well. Had fun will be back.

  • Miss Lily's

    Posted by First time guest on 10/14/2012

    Disappointed Jamaican

    After hearing about the atmosphere and vibe from a friend I decided to take a trip to miss lily's. The music was good and the decor was cool. I had the lobster jacquito and jerk salmon, which was good....not the best Jamaican food ever but that's hard to find in a restaurant. So my friend and I didn't have a reservation and ended up waiting an hour and a half. After waiting all that time we finally got a table in the back part of the restaurant. We had to wait another 15 minutes and actually got the manager to take our order. The drinks took another 15 minutes, however my friend did not get her drink. After asking several people about the drink it never turned up. Our server didn't bother to address us until dessert! She ignored us the whole time. As someone who works in the service industry this has got to be one of the restaurants with poor service.

  • Miss Lily's

    Posted by FoodieNYer on 09/09/2012

    Cool Jamaican food and vibes found in Soho

    Miss Lily's is a chic-n-cool Jamaican joint in the South Village, serving up spicy dishes from this culinary island mecca in the Caribbean. Jamaican food is a mixture of flavors, spices and cooking techniques from the indigenous people of the island, and the Spanish, British, African, and Chinese who inhabited it. I first visited Jamaica in 1997 and fell in love with the hot-n-spicy flavors of their diverse cuisine. This festive hot-spot, styled as a retro 80's luncheonette and filled with chill reggae sounds, is a great choice for exotic but casual comfort food, tropical drinks, and a fashionable night out with friends.

  • Miss Lily's

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/28/2012

    Yum and fun!

    The food was DELICIOUS! So cute, great vibe. A little warm (but you felt like you were on the islands). The lobster jaquitos were teeny tiny but so good, and I'll be thinking about the curry shrimp for a long time. Sure it's pricey but it's nyc. And given how good the food was i can't complain. I was in love. Can't wait to go back.

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