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Jungle Fiah bringing buffet style to St Catherine

Published:Tuesday | May 22, 2018 | 12:00 AMRasbert Turner/Gleaner Writer
Fruit punch and fruit plate.
Serving of fish, fruits and rice.
Jungle Fiah buffet restaurant’s sweet and sour chicken, goat and fish with rice and peas.
Marlon Morris in the buffet line.
A patron samples offerings from Jungle Fiah’s buffet line.

Jungle Fiah buffet restaurant has added to the dinning experiences of St Catherine. The establishment opened its doors on Friday, May 11, 2018 at Shop 7 Angels Plaza, Walks Road, Spanish Town, St Catherine.

A visit to the venue revealed a wide array of dishes, escoveitched, stewed pork, curried goat, barbecue ribs, steamed fish,sweet and sour chicken, cow foot and steamed vegetables.

These were served with mashed potatoes, rice, cornmeal, vegetables and ground provisions. Patrons who turned out gave positive feedback on the offerings, which included a wide selection of beverages from the juice bar.

"I have heard about the buffet restaurant concept and I am pleased to see it in Spanish Town. I am impressed by the price flexibility as you serve yourself ," Marlon Morris said.

He also gave Food a good review for taste and equally good service. "The homemade fruit punch is something great to the palate and I truly enjoyed it. The ambience is also very refreshing, " said Chayzann Oneil.

"We think that this is a central location for customers. We also pride ourselves on the food offerings at reasonable prices. It is simply good service for your money," manager Franklin Mason Jr said. Mason also told Food that the Jungle Fish Buffet is open daily from 7 a.m to 10 p.m.

The three rules to the 'Jungle' are simple - sanitise your hand, share your money's worth, weigh and pay.