Traditional Jamaican 6 Course Dinner: Food, Fun and Laughter.

In-PersonSOMA, San Francisco


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Available for purchase,BYOW
Banquet (20+ Guests)
barbecue, caribbean, soul food
Local, Organic
My Mother Chef Sharon taught me how to cook at age 10 and her grandmother taught her age 10. My mother has been trained in the art of preparing and cooking traditional Caribbean dishes; In turn my Mother trained me. Great-Grandmother trained my mom to trust her instincts and create dishes that displayed creativity and depth. There is so much love for the Islands, the Food and the Culture. We knew we had to create an experience for people to Taste The Tropics.

Menu detail

Grilled Jerk Shrimp & Pineapple Skewers
This dish is Inspired by the tiny village of Middle Quarters, just outside of Black River. They are famous all over Jamaica for one thing - "Pepper Shrimp". Our Interpretation of this classic dish blends old flavors with new techniques for an absolutely mesmerizing experience.
Festival Winter Salad | Crispy butter lettuce, red leaf lettuce, cucumber, grape tomatoes, & red onion
Small Plate
A Cool Refreshing Island Salad to Begin the Dinner.
Caribbean Red Pea Soup with Pork Belly | Warming Winter Meal
Small Plate
Rich and decadent, Jamaican Red Pea Soup (actually made with Red Kidney Beans) is velvety, hearty and has a massive flavor profile.
Jamaican Cabbage Slaw
Small Plate
This is a staple in every Caribbean household. This recipe has many variations.The texture is crunchy and the flavor is bold. It goes great as a side with jerk chicken!
Traditional Jamaican Jerk Chicken (Oven Roasted) | Coconut Milk Infused Rice & Peas with a Pineapple Salsa
With its unique flavors & sensory overload aromas, The jerk(meat of choice) is the ultimate Caribbean BBQ. All of our meats are marinated for 24 hours in homemade jerk marinade. Then cooked to perfection. Our complementing sauce (depending on whats in season) pairs perfectly and creates a harmonious balance between spicy & sweet.
Taste the Tropics | Rum & Raisin Ice Cream
If classic vanilla ice cream can be topped, it's only by iconic rum raisin. Jamaica has developed a particularly rich ice-cream culture, and it doesn’t stop at tropical fruits. While most people associate ice-cream consumption with childhood, Jamaica has perfected what one might call “adult ice cream,” crafting savory-sweet flavors from beer, rum and even apple vodka. Easily, the most popular of these concoctions is Rum & Raisin.


Sparkling Water
Caribbean Rum Punch
Take Home Soup
Take Home Entree

Traditional Jamaican 6 Course Dinner: Food, Fun and Laughter.

In-PersonSOMA, San Francisco
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)