Another Hidden Gem in The Bronx, ya’ll! Okay so whenever I walked pass this block, this restaurant is always packed with people. I went inside and asked the chef why this restaurant is always packed and he simply told me in his Caribbean accent “When you try the food, you will know”.
I must admit that the food is truly good! My boyfriend and I had fish, shrimps, mac and cheese, candied yams, corn bread and their signature drink called half and half. The serve a lot of food so we split the food and we were more than satisfied.
Everything was delicious and reasonably priced. The chef was right after all, now I know why this place is always packed.
Young Bronx native, Aisha is CEO and founder of Aisha Qabila which is a beautiful African Fashion line. Aisha Qabila, offers a selection of handmade Vinyl beads and gorgeous head ties! She is truly driven and knows exactly what she wants. I love her fashion line for so many reasons!
The Queen herself, CEO and Founder of Aisha Qabila. (Wearing The Blick Headtie)
One main reason being that she started off this fashion line with a mission to empower women from all over the world. It’s an amazing feeling to have a power talk like this with powerful individuals such as Aisha because you can see the passion through her eyes and you can also hear it through her voice. Her goal is to empower women with her clothing and that is what makes her authentic and her fashion absolutely FABULOUS!!
The Nina Headtie
The Nima Headtie
The Niaka Headtie
The Vinca Headtie
For more information you can visit the wesbite or you can contact Aisha directly with the information provided above.
Just a stroll at The Bronx Zoo on a beautiful morning before heading to Bronx Little Italy for some delicious food at Antonio’s Trattoria.
A scoop of chocolate chip cookie dough from Van Leeuwen is all I need on a Sunday afternoon. Their ice cream is simply delicious. Each spoon is filled with a bunch of mmmmm.. that sound you make when you’re eating something too good. If you are a ice cream lover in the NYC area, than you must try Van Leeuwen. If you are lucky like me, you may find this ice ream at your local supermarket.