Three Little Birds – Authentic Jamaican Cuisine

Three Little Birds – Authentic Jamaican Cuisine

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THREE LITTLE BIRDS, Jamaican Cuisine is the brainchild of Simon & Lisa, a couple with 2 boys, Connor and Tyree. They are self-proclaimed foodies and they started cooking from age 10. They both grew up in Jamaica with their mother and grandparents recipes cooking traditional highly flavored Jamaican dishes. Their combined experience of preparing masterful traditional flavored Jamaican dishes where their passion about creating quality food at affordable pricing shines through.

If you are planning to get zesty and spicy… and want a delicious flavorful succulent Jamaican Jerk Chicken or Jerk Pork (all from the GRILL) which is fired and smothered with a pack-filled flavorful special marinade you have come to the right place.

They also have a very popular traditional Jamaican Curried Goat cooked in special blended curry island spices.

All dishes are served with a deliciously flavored Rice & Peas cooked in coconut milk seasoned to perfection.

Their menu is quite versatile and includes other famous selections from the grill such as their famous ‘One Love’ Jerk Burgers and their ‘Reggae Wraps’ alongside their ‘Kool Running’ Beverages.

It is the BEST Jerk you shall ever experience, made FRESH, with authentic and quality ingredients.

In addition if you require private catering, they can tend to your needs in whatever style you desire, they are truly a crowd favorite!

Where you can find them at regular Wellington Markets… and you really should!

Friday – Wellington Night Market, 116 Cuba Street, Left Bank

Saturday – Wellington Night Market, Lower Cuba Street (opposite Michael Fowler Centre)

The 3rd Thursday of each month – Thursday Night Street Feast, 180 High Street, Lower Hutt

Upcoming Food & Music Festivals.

Rhythm & Vines 2015
Eat, Drink and be Crafty 2016
Marlborough Wine and Food Festival 2016
Petone Fair 2016
Newtown Festival 2016
WOMAD 2016

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