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.
As I was reading a book this evening in my room, I looked outside of my window and caught this! (No filter added)
Did you know that the oldest bridge in New York City is located here in The Bronx? Yes, I am talking about a bridge that is over 165 years old. This bridge connects Manhattan (Washington Heights) and The Bronx (Highbridge), withholding a breathtaking view! After closong down for approximately 40 years, this iconic landmark was reopened to the public in the year of 2015. Besides traveling and photography this is also a great spot for a morning run or a cute picnic with your lovie! Have you visited Highbridge?
Hours of Operation: Everyday 7am-7pm
For further information, visit Nyc Gov Parks