Week of 4/11/21 Menu Special
Fall off the bone bbq Jerk chicken served with fries. Dark meat, choice of seasoned or sweet potato fries.
Jollof rice is similar to Spanish rice or jambalaya. This flavorful dish is cooked in tomato sauce with an array of mixed vegetables (corn, green beans, carrots, sweet peas) using either beef, chicken or both. Jollof Rice Served with herb baked chicken.
Home-style down south cuisines
Belgian waffles and Southern fried chicken served with powdered sugar and syrup.
Add Toppings $2 extra: Cinnamon Sugar, Butter Pecan, Peach Cobbler, Red Velvet
Our most popular southern dish. Choice of two sides , served with cornbread.
Fried catfish with a choice of two sides.
Two buttermilk biscuits smothered in country sausage gravy.
Fried catfish, lightly breaded and smothered in Cajun creamy sauce with buttery grits.
Southern-style shrimp, Creole mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato and french bread. Choice of seasoned fries or sweet potato fries.
Authentic West African home-style cuisines
Pepper soup is a national favorite which is eaten as a starter, a full meal, or a snack to cure hang-overs. Fufu is a mash of plantains or other starches that is served in west Africa as an accompaniment to meat or vegetable stews. Choice of Meat: Goat, Chicken, beef.
This dish is from the via tribe and happens to be a national favorite of most west Africans. In Liberia it is cooked with assorted meats, onions, hot peppers and palm oil. It is served with rice.
Similar to the liberian sweet potato greens, spinach is made with a single meat item or assorted meats such as smoked turkey, chicken, beef, or smoked fish, vegetable oil, onions, bouillon cubes, chili peppers and spices. Served with rice
Attieke is a main dish in ivory cost. Attieke looks more like couscous but it is made from cassava. This dish comes with a bone in whole fish, plantains, pepper sauce and tomato dressing on the side.
From the eastern regions of Liberia, mainly Maryland and Sinoe counties. This dish is made from the cream of the palm nut fruit (palm tree). As with all Liberian dishes, it is cooked with the broth of assorted meats and served with rice or fufu.
This dish also hails from the eastern region of Liberia. It is cooked with assorted meats, spices and palm oil. It is eaten with rice or swallowed with fufu.
* includes shrimp. Please be advised this cuisine contains shellfish.
2 pieces of Sweet cornbread
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Ginger Ale, Orange, Fanta Grape Soda.
Non-alcoholic ginger soda
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