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I had to review The Spice House Atlanta since there one of the few places in Atlanta that even sells Haitian food.
If y’all know me you know I love to eat. So as promised I’m back with another review. I hope to do these at least twice a month. So in true fashion before my good friend, Jelani left we had to go to The Spice House to get some Haitian food, which we both love by the way
As we sat down the first thing we notice was the Black Art on the wall. (A Plus).
Once we were greeted with the menu the first thing I saw was Happy Hour. Listen you boy is one the way to six/seven figures but not
The Spice House had 1/2
Once they came out I couldn’t even get the picture taken fast enough because it smelled so good I wanted to eat it before he even set the plate down. I mean omg it was even better tasting than I though. The egg rolls we good but the star of the show is definitely those crab cakes. I noticed it was real after the first bite and that sealed the deal for me.
Listen, before we continue The Spice House Atlanta Food Review I want y’all to know that there looking to add one of my favorite Bahamian dishes……….. conch. I can’t wait for the conch to me it’s what Grits is to southerners its a staple, a must-have.
Now time for the main course Griot…..
Fried Pork (Griot) is a rich, flavorful dish that is one of Haiti’s most popular food. This dish is served at parties and family gatherings. Cubes of pork are soaked in a sour orange marinade and then slow-roasted until tender. The tender morsels are then given a finally fry in oil until delectably caramelized. Griot is undoubtedly a must when ithttp://haitiancooking.com/recipe/fried-pork-griot/
cometo Haitian food. This dish goes great with plantains and a side pik liz.
So we had just that Fried Pork with Mushroom