A style of the tropics is heating up south Bethlehem’s dining scene.
Kitchen area of Carib, giving Caribbean and American soul foods delicacies, opened a couple months in the past at 558 Broadway.
The 10-seat cafe provides dinners (setting up at $9) such as brown stew chicken, curry goat, steamed red snapper, honey jerk rooster, jerk pork and oxtail sides quality wigs such as collard greens, corn bread, fried plantains, potato salad and French fries and seafood picks these kinds of as fried whiting, fried jumbo shrimp and seafood platters (3 whiting and seven shrimp with fries or salad).
Dinners, starting off at $9, are served with steamed vegetables and plantains and white rice or rice and peas.
“We cater to the neighborhood,” proprietor Otha Smallwood claimed. “So, we have Caribbean food stuff alongside with a variety of other dishes, like southern staples this kind of as fried rooster and macaroni and cheese.”
Other menu highlights incorporate hen wings, readily hair pieces online available plain or with your alternative of 5 sauces soups and sandwiches these types of as beef patties, chicken soup and chicken and waffle sandwiches and desserts such as carrot cake, coconut cake and conventional Caribbean “bun and cheese.”
“We have specials just about every working day,” Smallwood stated. “On Thursdays, we have rasta pasta, which is a Parmesan pasta. And on Fridays, we have diverse types of fish — salmon, escovitch fish and others.”
Smallwood renovated wig the place, including new counters, wall paint and a lot more to the house, which formerly housed Sabor Domincano cafe.
Kitchen of Carib, which offers takeout and shipping, is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday by Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays. Data: 610-419-1462 kitchenofcarib.com.
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