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Derrick's Jamaican Cuisine
Posted by Don Angelo on 2014-11-10
The food was terrible. After travelling from Downtown LA Live in a cab to get some good JA food while I am in LA for vacation I was very disappointed. I normally don't do reviews but this food was so bad I decided to. The oxtail was bland and had no flavo
Posted by anonymous on 2014-06-23
Jamaican Sampler The chicken & Zucchini looked and tasted like it was a day old and been re-cooked. Shrimp & Plantain was good though. Very disappointed for my lunch!
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-03-02
the service & atmosphere were good but the food was disappointingly bland and overpriced. I ordered "calypso punch" to drink...it's Tampico...they charged me $3 for a glass of $1.50 a gallon Tampico. nothing really tasted like it was seasoned. overall I w
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-12-18
My son and I ordered dinner two weeks ago and loved the food. We found it to be fresh, pleasantly seasoned and very tasty and memorable. I'm ordering the jerk chicken for my company's holiday potluck this week.
Posted by Happy Diner on 2007-11-18
Derrick's Jamaican Cuisine offers some of the best tasting food to be found in Los Angeles. The service is gracious and the selection leaves the mouth watering. When you are looking to have a wonderful dining experience, think of Derrick's!
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-07-18
This place has a lot of variety on the menu, including many seafood specialties. It's tucked away in the back of a strip mall, but if you can find it, it's well worth it. Atmosphere is very relaxed, with friendly waitstaff. I definitely plan to go back
Posted by jma on 2006-10-04
A surprisingly nice lunch hideout with great atmosphere !
Posted by rollins on 2006-09-15
healthy, fresh, and wonderfully seasoned food with hearty portions...always enough to take home. a real taste of the caribbean with friendly service, easy parking and a gracious host. the heart healthy menu makes it possible to eat there often; ask fo