Diners' Choice: Caribbean restaurants in New York City
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As you step into S’Aimer, you’ll find a laid-back ambiance and posh atmosphere perfect for any occasion. Designed for intimate dinners to lively celebrations, S’Aimer is an elegant and welcoming dining experience that will leave you wanting more.
At S’Aimer NYC, we believe that delicious food is not only about taste but also about presentation. Our chefs use only the freshest and highest-quality ingredients to create flavorful and beautiful dishes.
We specialize in delectable cuisine hailing from Dominica, Antigua, St. Thomas, Trinidad, and Jamaica. These recipes have been cultivated out of love generation after generation in our family.
Jasmine’s Caribbean Cuisine is proud to be an integral part of the beautiful, tightly woven fabric of New York.
It’s the embodiment of resilience, the spirit of a kaleidoscope of New Yorkers and visitors from around the globe who believe in our city and take the lead in restoring the city’s vibrance, energy, and culture.
Our intent is to provide you with delectable authentic meals, an abundance of culture, and a feast for your senses. We want you to view Jasmine’s as synonymous with spreading love through an immersive culinary and cultural experience.
Trendy and Upscale Caribbean-Asian Fusion Restaurant with beautiful décor, plush designs, a deliciously creative menu and a fully stocked bar
-Reservations are held for up to 15 minutes past their prearranged time.
-Sports caps, bandanas, hoodies or beanies are not allowed in the restaurant.
-Cancellation fee of $15 per person will apply to no shows and less then 24h cancellation notice.
Eat surrounded by the vibrant ambiance of Taíno, African, and Spanish influences that blend together in a flavorful splash of Dominican culture. In a courtyard built for live music and dancing, experience the timeless atmosphere of the historic Ciudad Colonial of Santo Domingo.
Located in the brand new Radio Hotel, join Manhattan’s Little Dominican Republic community as they experience a taste of home. Handcrafted Dominican furniture adorns the dining area, while the walls are splashed with brightly colored murals and authentic Carnival masks.