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Thanks to tourism and a number of authentic Jamaican restaurants cropping up across the country, Jamaican food is becoming increasingly popular. But is it spicy? The answer is yes — and also no.

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Spending a few days in The Big Apple is perfect for doing more than reliving your favorite film scenes —New York City is an ideal hotspot for shopping, sightseeing, and discovering new delicious restaurants. If you’re planning on spending a few days in the Manhattan or Bronx areas of NYC, Wat's on Your Plate has your shortlist of must-see destinations. Conveniently located not too far from our two Authentic Caribbean and American restaurant locations, your itinerary needs to include these best places to visit. Hit all of them up all in one day and stop by and enjoy the best Jamaican food in New York City at the end!

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If you're looking for an amazing culinary experience while in New York City, look no further than Wat's On Your Plate. While Jamaican cuisine is often overlooked, those in the know understand that it is some of the best in the world. With a unique blend of flavors and spices, Jamaican food is sure to tantalize your taste buds. In this blog post, we'll discuss some of the hidden spices used in Jamaican cuisine and how to use them in your own cooking!

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One of the largest draws when it comes to Caribbean food is the variety of flavors that the dishes have to offer. Caribbean cuisine uses spices that come from all over the world and blends them in a truly unique style. Read below to find out more about the traditional flavors involved in dishes from the area and order from Wat’s On Your Plate in New York to find a flavor that fits you now!

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When dining in New York with Wat’s On Your Plate, you can guarantee that you are getting an authentic Caribbean experience even though you are over 1,000 miles away from the islands. Jamaican food has a rich history filled with a very distinct style and flavor that draws people from all over the world to try it. Order yours today!

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No judgment here, but if you haven’t had Wat’s On Your Plate, then we are politely asking you the same question. You’ll discover a restaurant that provides you with something unlike anything you’ve ever had this far from the Gulf before. Uncover a gem and read on to find out more about the authenticity that Wat’s On Your Plate offers to NYC restaurants.

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One of the best parts about Caribbean food is that it is incredibly versatile and varied when it comes to its styles and tastes. Anyone can find a bit of what they want if they explore any given menu. Wat’s On Your Plate offers those meal options to everyone, even outside of the islands themselves. Explore our options and find an exotic dish that is right for you today! In the meantime, let us walk you through some of the different flavors of seafood that we can offer you.

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Jerk chicken, usually associated with Jamaica, is actually a typical Caribbean food. Essentially, it’s a super hot, spicy, grilled chicken dish. At this point, jerk chicken has shot in popularity and is high in demand all around the world. If you’re wondering what exactly this dish is, stick around to find out everything about the one-of-a-kind Jamaican jerk chicken. Or even better, contact Wat’s On Your Plate, to get delicious jerk chicken on your plate!

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Welcome to our site! We are in the process of building our blog page and will have many interesting articles to share in the coming months. Please stay tuned to this page for information to come. And if you have any questions about our business or want to reach out to us, we would love for you to stop by our contact page.

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