This is a story about LITTLE JAMAICA, this company started in the kitchen of my home, unable to find small tasty healthy snacks in the small village. I decided to start my own healthy Jamaican Caribbean cuisine 2015. Starting out with Little Jamaica food truck! This enabled me to travel throughout The Netherlands, Spreading the love of my unique authentic cuisine, awakening your taste buds. My specialities include the Jamaican cuisine with a continental twist. You may also find on my upcoming menu's black tinted fish noodles, and curly wurly (zig zag fries ) also a touch of Indian spices. enjoy the page.
Go check out what's happening event locations and much more! Page events and more The workshop cook like a Jamaican, Pop - up Bistro! The food truck, party tent. Book us for your Caribbean Catering, Jamaican BBQ garden catering (Summer) weddings birthdays and much more. Check out our patties page for the Party boxes: Little Jamaican authentic, tasty patties :-)
These original tasty Jamaican patties are made with the finest herbs and spices, mouthwatering and unforgettable. Available in three different fillings, beef, chicken & Veg.
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Jerk Chicken is the most famous Jamaican dish. Hot and spicy like it should be. Want to taste it you can make it go to our page events and more.
The original Jamaican Breakfast is very healthy.
Like most of our delicious dishes, the Jamaican breakfast includes fish, ackee, spinach, avocado
Little Jamaica participated in the 2015 & 2016 Pop-up Zandvoort, Super!!
serving up delicious grub, soul in a bowl, better known as Caribbean Tapas,
a little bit of everything from the Jamaican cuisine. Watch the video below.
Most of our products are organic and halal. The pastry for the large sized Jamaican patties are handmade, these large size patties are equivalent to a burger. bursting with Jamaican flavors strictly fresh ingredients. Other products are also available handmade sauces and spices.
Our new website has a lot more to offer! but we all know, Rome wasn't built in a day.
This is an ackee tree. The Jamaican National fruit. Also the winning dish on Dutch National TV 24 kitchen: Wat de boer niet kent 2014. Jamaica taking first place. With Jamaican chef, Laurel Joy Hayles.