Bumper-to-bumper traffic surrounding the venue at all times of the day is a testament to the taste of the food. For $2 you can have a salacious slab of macaroni au gratin, a Haitian-style macaroni and cheese that is boiled in Carnation milk. Add a few slices of fried king fish ($5) with a few lime wedges, which make all the difference in flavor.
The menu changes, but there's always something wonderfully cheap like slices of boiled breadfruit for $1 each. Breadfruit is like a yellow yam with a creamy texture. The menu is a mix of Haitian, Creole and Jamaican recipes and includes dishes like sautéed red snapper with rice and beans ($7), a rich, buttery dish that comfortably feeds three, so get a bottle of ice-cold Freixenet, sit at the picnic table and have a wonderful feast for a grand total of $7 each.
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