I learned to cook with my Grandma’ and my Aunts. These are some of the traditional things that were made when I was growing up. Things that till this day remind me of home.
Chicken Basket: buttermilk-fried, baked or BBQ – 23.00
Chicken breast marinated in buttermilk and spiced. Served with your choice of 2 sides: , candied yams, spicy yams, cornbread, collard greens, veggies, mac and 3 cheeses,SpaHa rice, coconut rice.
The Betty: -25.00
Buttermilk fried chicken smothered in white gravy, served with our SpaHa rice, collards and candied yams.
Salty Sweet Chop and Candied Yams: – 19.00
Roasted to perfection topped with our salty sweet mix and yams simmered in butter and brown sugar.
Stuffed Pork Chop – 21.00
Our chop is brined in our special seasoning. Then slow-cooked with a homemade cornbread stuffing and topped with gravy and a side of berry compote.
Grandma Lizbeth’s Salmon cakes and Collards – 19.00
Baked to perfection and served with our famous collards.
Traveling all over the world and trying to cook soul food was a challenge but one I took on willingly. These are some of the dishes I created trying to discover what is SOUL
Pork Chop and Grits in our famous Poblano Sauce – 19.00
Seasoned Pork Chop served with our creamy home style grits topped with our rich poblano sauce.
Julia Chop: Tender chop served with our spicy mango sauce, served with coconut rice and fresh veggies. 19.00
Apeksha’s Coconut Curry – 10.00
This curry is sweet and spicy and filled with fresh vegetables. Add fish, chicken or beef for 8.00
Chicken Noodle Soup, Cream of Black Eye Pea
Bone Marrows – 12.00
Your choice of extra seasonings
Spicy, Soffit, Caribbean
Extra Sides – 7.00 each
Black-eye peas, candied yams, spicy yams, cornbread, rolls, collard greens, mac and 3 cheeses, coconut rice, SpaHa rice.
Brunch – 35.00
We make fresh seasonal drinks daily! Nothing from a can or bottle.- 2.75