This cloud kitchen in Riyadh is giving diners a unique Jamaican experience

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We know Riyadh has restaurants serving every type of cuisine, but Jamaican food is one we haven’t quite experienced yet. That’s all about to change as we meet Da Jamaican Kitchen.

Currently only operating as a cloud kitchen, Da Jamaican Kitchen is the first taste of authentic Jamaican cuisine in the capital.

The venue serves classics like ox-tails, jerk chicken, curry chicken, and curry goat. Sides include rice and peas, plantains, cabbage, and white rice. You can only order through The Chefz, Jahez, Careem,Ja and Aloo, or place direct orders through 058 030 1910. 

Jamaican cuisine includes a mixture of cooking techniques, flavours and spices influenced by Amerindian, West African, Irish, English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Indian, Chinese and Middle Eastern people who inhabited the island.

Da Jamaican Kitchen, Kitchen Park, Aqiq, Sat to Wed 11am to 11pm, Thu to Fri 11am to 2pm. @dajamaicankitchen.sa

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