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Ok, so I went to Montreal this weekend to celebrate my 24th Birthday. I took "Nick's" advice & decided to try the island chicken fajitas as I diligently researched this website to decide where to eat before I got to Montreal. I must say, my boyfriend ordered the jerk chicken & there was NO comparison. The Island fajita was OK- but 2 things were problematic with it. 1) You can't pick it up & eat it like a wrap-like the name "fajita" should indicate. It is covered in sauce & cheese so you have to use utensils. 2) I cut into a piece, put it into my mouth, & I kid you not, was surprised by a mouth full of bones! I didn't dare take another bite. I was turned off completely from that moment on. I only had the white rice & veggies & the plantains were OK-too thickly sliced for my liking. But I had some of my boyfriends jerk chicken & felt terrible that I didn't order it. My gut said I should have ordered that in the first place but I went for the fajita & it was a big mistake. So if you are debating which of those two to get-- pick the jerk chicken! You will NOT be disapointed. The Barris music on the TV was great & the tropical fish really made the atmosphere seem caribbean-like. If I had ordered the jerk chicken there would be no complaining here whatsoever. The waitress was nice & her helper was super keen on providing great service. Great place, great atmosphere, great food--just look out for stray bones! Also, try the 4 fish cakes as an appetizer! They are fabulous. They taste like conch fritters (for those of you who have been to the bahamas & know what I'm talking about). Yummy! In addition, try the tequila sunset to drink... faboo!
Food was amazing, I had the Jerk Chicken which was great but what was better were the Island style chicken fajitas which my girlfriend had. Cozy little place with candles & dim lighting which gave it a homey feel. They placed reggae music which completed the experience. The food is worth the price & though service was slow it wasn't a big deal since the food was outstanding & the atmosphere was great.