The Best Place to Order Jamaican Food in Manchester: Anthony's Jamaican Restaurant
Enjoy Freshly Prepared Food with
a Caribbean Flair:
- Curried Dishes
- Jerk Pork and Chicken
- Jamaican Patties
- Brown Chicken Stew
- Ackee and Codfish
- Fried Plantains
Anthony's Jamaican Restaurant in Manchester, Connecticut, has been serving authentic Jamaican cuisine since 2008. It is an island oasis for people who like to try new ethnic food. It is also a favorite stop for regular customers who value quality Jamaican food and excellent service. Anthony's customers usually place takeout orders, but there is also room inside the restaurant to sit and enjoy lunch or dinner.
The menu has expanded since the restaurant opened. Old favorites, such as jerk pork and curried chicken, are printed in a boldly colored sign behind the counter. New items such as ackee and codfish appear in ink on a large white board. A full menu is available on this website.
Although many people have seen Jamaican beef patties in supermarkets and know that curry is a bold spice, they might not be familiar with other menu items such as ackee and callaloo.
- Ackee is a tree that grows in a tropical climate. Its fruit is a bright red pod. When a ripe one bursts open, the yellow flesh inside is safe to eat. (The fruit is toxic only if the pod is forced open before it ripens. Jamaican chefs who use fresh ackee and people in factories who process canned ackee are aware of this.)
- Callaloo is a leafy vegetable that looks like spinach. It can be prepared like collard greens or added to other food.
Delicious beverages and packaged chips are available at Anthony's, too. Grace Tropical Rhythms drinks offer flavors such as "guava carrot" and "island mango." DG Jamaican sodas come in flavors such as Kola, Pineapple and Cream.
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Copyright 2011 - 2021 by Anthony's Jamaican Restaurant
410 Middle Turnpike West, Manchester, CT 06040
Hours: Open Monday - Saturday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday Hours 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. for Breakfast