5920 Roswell Rd Ste 117, Sandy Springs, GA | Directions 3032833.916241 -84.379226
Mon-Thu 11:30am - 10pm
Fri: 11:30am -- 11pm
Sat 12pm - 11pm
Sun 2pm - 9pm
It is all smoke and mirrors. They do not serve any bread, the salad ( and I use this term loosely) was just a trough of lettuce. My wife was even more disgusted than me. She took one look at the buffet and said, No. She decided to order off the menu. Me, well I thought the buffet would be okay. Boy, was I wrong! Well, I could go on but I think you get the point. Come here at your risk. They appear to be cutting corners at every turn, customers be darned.I live in this area and would have come often had this been a good experience. But I live by the old "fool me once" motto so never again. Chef Rob might feel good 'cause they got 50 bucks from us yesterday. But this will be a short lived smile on their face 'cause they will be found out quickly. In short, I could have gone to almost any restaurant in Atlanta and had a better time.
Try the Curry Goat & Cajun Crab Claws with a side of one of their #CayaRum cocktails!!!! One of the best Caribbean spots I've EVER eaten at in my life - Chef Rob definitely knows what he's doing.
i've eaten at Chef Rob's countless times and it's great every time. Consistent food, consistent service.
I shared the curry goat w/ jasmine rice & cabbage with a friend and had the curry shrimp w/ white rice special myself.
we had the Caya Jamaican Rum in cocktails which were really yummy and hit the spot for sure.
great atmosphere feeling to it, feels almost like you're in a Caribbean hut eating local food! the music is key to adding that island vibe that polishes it off perfectly.
the new Upscale Lounge is probably my favorite part, it's open until 2 am, has hookah for only $15 ALL NIGHT and a awesome full service bar. the furniture/ booths look chic and sexy and make me want to come back every night. perfect to hang out or even take a client to for a business meeting!
5/5 would come back again for sure.
DO NOT EAT AT THIS RESTAURANT. Me, my mother and some friends of mind went here for dinner on Sunday. The waitress was very, very, very rude......for it to be JAMAICIAN FOOD it was not really good. If you want great Jamaican food....go to Caribbean Fiesta in Alpharetta.
DO NOT EAT at this restaurant – Me and some co workers went to Chef Rob on lunch in February..... the waitress was not knowledgeable about the menu and appeared tired.....the food was awful....I have never tasted Jamaician food this bad before. I ordered the white meat jerk chicken which tasted like sugar......the color was weak and they included a piece of a chicken back......the rice and peas, didnt have any peas....the food didnt have any season. or spices. .oh course the meal didnt include plantains....I was so disgusted with the food and the price. the portion size was ridiculous.....I dont see how this place stays in business....Chef Rob's get an F in my book......I forgot we ordered the peppered shrimp and they was mushy....Please dont waste your money at this place, go to All Island Cafe on Memorial Dr, you will not be disappointed.........
Best meal ive had in a long time – Service was prompt and friendy, it was our first time and the waitress took time to go over specials and house specialties. Me and my fiancee eat out a LOT and this was the best meal that we had in a while. We argued the whole way home about who's food was better. I had the strip steak and she had the cuban lime chicken. both had mashed potatoes, I had collard greens, and she had the plaintains. Jerk Grilled wings for appetizers set it off right. Can't wait to return. Shout out to Mecca!
Stay away – I tried the combination jerk chicken and curry chicken, at $13. By effectively ordering "2" chicken dishes, I expected to find a little bit of chicken somewhere! There was one small leg, and several tiny, boney, "knuckles". There was less than 2 bites of chicken in the entire meal. For the restaurant, this clearly was NOT a culinary choice; it was a budgetary choice. My dessert was key lime pie which was served frozen solid.
The positives: The waitress was very pleasant and helpful. The rice and stir-fry were tasty, as was the curry sauce (the sauce was the only thing I could get from the curry chicken).
I won't be going back, and I'll advise my friends to steer clear of this place. Apparently, Chef Rob was absent during most of Restaurant Management 101.
Caribbean Food in the ATL – Nice to see a Caribbean restaurant with a twist and yet traditional flavor you love. Nice neighborhood spot and atmosphere. Sweet fried plantains on the menu!
AWESOME FOOD – Best lemon-pepper wings anywhere on the planet. And the basic j erk (weird censor) chicken plate with the "slaw" is fantastic as well. They serve a big appetizer sampler plate which is easily enough to feed two big men and has all kinds of good stuff. And you can get it half-price before 5pm (I think).
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