Mambo’s Dominican Kitchen is the place to go if you want the best homemade Dominican and Caribbean food around. Incredible flavors, impossibly friendly service, and a cozy atmosphere combine to make Mambo’s a true gem in Gilbert.
Mambo's Dominican Kitchen offers a truly unique dining experience. It specializes in homemade Dominican and Caribbean food—and if you've never tried it before, I would highly recommend this as your first foray into this type of cuisine. The restaurant's owners are incredibly friendly, and the atmosphere is laid-back and welcoming—you're going to feel like you're eating at a family member's house.
If you are tired of trying restaurants that claim to have authentic Mexican or Latin cuisine but do not deliver, go to Ocean Blue Caribbean Restaurant for a real taste of home cooking. You will not be disappointed.
The flavors of the dishes here will blow you away—they combine common ingredients with some less well-known spices that turn the food into something truly special. The menu is extensive, and there are a lot of options for those with dietary restrictions (vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free). The staff can also help walk you through their menu if you're not sure what dishes might be best for you.
Ms. Martha's Caribbean Restaurant is a small, family-owned restaurant specializing in authentic Jamaican dishes like Jerk Chicken. The jerk chicken is smoky, spicy, and tender, but you can also get it as a sandwich with toasted coco bread. The oxtail is braised to perfection. The curry goat tastes like a fresh stew made by your grandmother. And the escovitch and brown stew fish are guaranteed to delight any seafood lover. This place also has some fun twists on traditional Jamaican fare: coconut curry scallops and shrimp.
Ms. Martha's Caribbean Restaurant was opened in 2010 to bring the flavors of Jamaica to Chandler and the greater Gilbert area. The space is cozy, and they take great care to make sure that each guest feels welcomed.
Rumbi Island Grill has been widely known for its rice bowls since it opened its doors. Customers appreciate the fact that they can customize their bowls with a choice of meats, veggies, spices, and sauces. In terms of customer service, customers have rarely had complaints. The staff is friendly and helpful with any questions you may have regarding the menu
The Hot Point Caribbean Cuisine is a local favorite, and for good reason. For those who don't know, Hot Pot Caribbean Cuisine brings to the Valley authentic Jamaican style cuisine without visiting the islands. Their food is prepared fresh daily from scratch using both local and imported spices from Jamaica. And what's more, they've got a true island experience in store for you—eating there feels like a vacation, even if you just spent your plane ticket money on groceries that week.