Jamaica

How Caribbean food went mainstream

Jerk and rum and reggae: How Caribbean food went mainstream

By Joe Lutrario

It’s hard to think of a region with a cuisine and culture that’s better source material for UK casual-dining concepts than the Caribbean. A simple formula of pulsating reggae, thrown-together-looking restaurants, rum cocktails and approachable yet exotic...

Matin Miah on the rise of Jamaican food, expansion and Caribbean vibe

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Matin Miah on the rise of Jamaican food, expansion and that Caribbean vibe

By Hannah Thompson

As co-founder of “real jerk” Dalston restaurant Rudie’s, Matin Miah knows a thing or two about the rise of Jamaican food. As the brand looks to expand its bar and confirms its second site, we talk “elevated” Caribbean cuisine, cocktails, and plans to...

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