Reviews on Caribbean food in Saint Albans, New York, United States. St. Albans is a residential middle class community in the New York City borough of Queens centered on the intersection of Linden Boulevard and Farmers Boulevard, about two miles north of JFK Airport. It is southeast of Jamaica, west of Cambria Heights, north of Springfield Gardens, and northwest of Laurelton. The neighborhood is part of Queens Community Board 12, and is served by the St. Albans Post Office, ZIP Code 11412. The population within the ZIP code, according to the 2010 census, was 34,882 – a decline of 7% from the 37,452 of 2000.
4 based on 300 reviews
My husband and I ate here with friends. It has a good ambiance and the service is great. We ordered the ackee and saltfish and brown stew chicken. There is a little wait time and that is too be expected for their Sunday brunch. If you enjoy Caribbean/ West Indian meals this is the place to go when you are in Queens. We will definitely have brunch here again when we are in New York.
Take out experience only. All the food was excellent 8 different plates including fish, pork, chicken and conch.
I went to this restaurant when it was newly opened, but months later, a visit proved to be very disappointing. The quality of the food was not the same. It was obvious the original cook was no longer there and I did not enjoy the meal. I will not return to this restaurant again,
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