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Jamaican Meal Deals  

Curry Chicken $10.00

Curry chicken is the second most popular dish in Jamaica and a mainstay in every islander’s kitchen. Savannah’s rendition of this popular dish starts out with the freshest, meatiest cuts of chicken, adds over 25 herbs and seasonings to create a flavorful dish that will give you a true taste of Jamaican cooking.  Curry chicken served with white rice and cabbage. Smaller portions are available for $7

Jerk Chicken $10.00

Jerk is the process of spicing and grilling meats, poultry, and even vegetables. Although, the most popular are jerk pork and jerk chicken. The resulting food yields a spicy-sweet flavor and a tender texture.  The process consists of the jerking or poking of the meat with a sharp object, producing holes which are then filled with the spice mixture. the chicken is then marinated for 72 hours to infuse the flavor. Jerk chicken served with rice and cabbage. Smaller portions are available for $7

Red Snapper $12.00

Red Snapper is one of the most popular of all white fish. Red Snapper can be found in every West Indian’s kitchen. Savannah’s offer this tasty fish lightly fried and served with an escovich sauce. Red Snapper served with white rice and cabbage. (Subject to the local availability of Red Snapper)

Jamaican Wrap Deals $8

Jerk Chicken wraps

Jerk chicken wrap is made with romaine lettuce rice and a sweet and spicy jerk sauce.

Jamaican Extras $2 

Jamaican Patty

A Jamaican patty is a pastry that contains various fillings and spices baked inside a flaky shell.It is made like a turnover but is more savory, it is commonly found in Jamaica, and is also eaten in other areas of the Caribbean. The pastry is thick and crisp, making it essentially a turnover. Cocoa bread is available as well.

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