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Alex's Chimis


Cuisine: Carribean, Latin America - Price: $

258c Centre St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

There's no posted menu, so ask for the well-translated takeout menu. The namesake chimi is... READ MORE

Ali's Roti Restaurant Mattapan


Cuisine: Indian, Carribean

1188 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan

Ali's Roti Restaurant Roxbury


Cuisine: Carribean - Price: $

1035 Tremont St, Boston

The menu is simple: seven kinds of stewed halal meats and seafood in savory gravies,... READ MORE

Brisa's Tropical Restaurante


Cuisine: Carribean

976-A Main St, Worcester

Camie's Bakery


Cuisine: Carribean

152 Columbia St, Inman Square

Diners order at the counter in this tidy, off-the-beaten-path Haitian joint. If you're feeling really... READ MORE

Caribbean Kitchen


Cuisine: Carribean

624 Blue Hill Ave, Dorchester-Mattapan

Dorchester boasts numerous take-out places whose specialities hail from all corners of the West Indies.... READ MORE

Dennis G. Barbadian Restaurant


Cuisine: Diner food, Carribean

521 Washington St., CHARLESTOWN

If it comes as a shock that Barbados even has a cuisine (or an adjective,... READ MORE

El Embajador


Cuisine: Spanish, Carribean

3371 Washington St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

Ask the waitress what they actually have in stock, or call in advance to arrange... READ MORE

Griyo Lakay


Cuisine: French, Carribean

604 Blue Hill Ave, Dorchester-Mattapan

This no-frills Haitian joint (ring a bell for service, a friendly chef will emerge and... READ MORE

International Restaurant


Cuisine: International, Carribean, Latin America - Price: $5 to $12

3160 Washington St, Egleston Square

Fabulous food, huge portions, and cheap, too — just get used to thinking of Dominican... READ MORE

Lorenz Island Cuisine


Cuisine: Carribean

657 Washington St, Dorchester-Mattapan

This lively Dorchester spot offers three meals a day, a brisk takeout business, and live... READ MORE

Tina's Caribbean


Cuisine: Carribean

206 Broad St, Providence

Tostado Sandwich Bar


Cuisine: Sandwiches, Carribean, Cuban

300 Centre St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

This sunny little storefront with a stand-up counter that fits maybe three customers offers sandwiches... READ MORE

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