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Spur Tree Lounge
Posted by IHeartfood on 02/20/2014
Great wait staff, great food, great music....what else? But not recommend for big group since the place is small and narrow..but great for dates, and small gathering! Will go back! The basta pasta is my favorite!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/07/2013
If you want to eat some tasty delicious food, i recommend you come here definitely! It has a romantic atmosphere, service is on point. This was my 2nd time here. I ordered the oxtails with rice & peas & plantain, one of my friends had the same as me & my other friend had the stew chicken. I devoured the oxtails, it was cooked to perfection. My friend loved the stew chicken. Everything was going great until, dessert. i ordered the sorbet trio but instead i got a uno. i had one favor (mango) instead of all 3 flavors, i was highly disappointed but I still will go back next time!!
Posted by Francine on 06/10/2012
I totally disagree with the last reviewer's comments but everyone is entitled to their opinion. I love this place. It's very laid back, the food is delicious and tasty. The service is great and although the wait can be a bit long, I would come here and sip on a Red Stripe and eat Ackee and Codfish any day than go to those quick service "Caribbean" restaurants on Church Ave. I would definitely recommend trying it before you knock it.
Posted by Dissatisfied customer on 10/19/2011
I had dinner here with some friends last night, it was disappointing. Starting with beef patties. Then for dinner I had the curried chicken, it had a sour taste like they should throw it away 2 days ago. I sent it back, got the brown stewed chicken. Just as disappointing. It had a thick sweet coating in a brown sauce, like general tso chicken. My friends dinner was disappointing too. If you want Jamaican food do yourself a favor go to Church Ave in Brooklyn. It's a hike but you will get great food!
Posted by New York City Girl on 01/14/2011
You don't realize that this place is a restaurant and I had walked my dog by many times. Til one day my husband brought me here. I didn't realize this was the place he had been visiting for dinner while I was gone. He is british and has a lot of friends from Jamaica. His favorite dish is the Oxtail. I don't eat meat but it looked very yummy. I had the fish and the codfish appetizer on coco bread. Everything was delicious. You might think it's just a bar, but they serve food. I was worried it wasn't going to be fresh, but it was really awesome. I'm kind of negative when it comes to restaurants and for the first time in a while I was proved wrong. You can also take take away if you aren't into the bar scene. But it's not even a scene, it's just small inside but very, very clean.
Posted by Texas Jules on 11/17/2010
My friend and I came here for a Tuesday night dinner. We ordered the vegetable dumplings, pretty good. My friend got the jerk chicken and it was juicy, moist and pretty flavorful not too spicy. I got the whole fried snapper and it was pretty good, just wish they could debone the fish because I was pulling out bones from my mouth the whole time. The vegetables and onions the fish dish came with were very spicy but added flavor and taste to the fish. Our favorite part of the meal: spicy truffle fries.SOOO good, you could taste the truffle flavor and then at the end, the zing of spice would hit you YUM! Definitely would recommend the spicy truffle fries but wouldn’t make a trip down to the LES just to go to this restaurant but if in the neighborhood, would come back. A very relaxed and mellow vibe and they have a DJ!
Posted by N Lotus on 07/07/2010
Three words: chicken and waffles.