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Tantalising Experience at RJR Pop-Up Cafe

Published:Saturday | November 18, 2017 | 12:00 AMRocheda Bartley
Christopher Barnes, chief operating officer of The RJRGLEANER Communications Group, and Stephanie Scott, Restaurant Week’s conceptualiser, enjoying the fourth staging of the RJRGLEANER Pop-Up Café.
From left: Antonette Bromfield, Allana Ellis, and Damion Mitchell enjoying the dining experience.
Dorothy Duncan (left) and Perter-Ann Peart sharing a moment at the RJRGLEANER Pop-Up Café.
RJRGLEANER sports reporters Daniel Blake and Karen Madden having an exquisite experience at the food fête.
The classy Krystal Tomlinson had to be a part of the festivities.
Peter- Ann Peart turned out in fine style for an afternoon of fun and great food.

The RJRGLEANER Communications Group Pop Up Cafe delivered to foodies a tantalising experience of delicious foods, fun activities, and prizes and surprises in its fourth staging on Thursday at Lyndhurst Road. People from all walks of life came out to experience one of the two days of scrumptious foods.

The aroma of the different foods pulled prospective diners to the tent for an inviting dining experience. Foodies were feted to delectable foods catered by Marlene Foster and her team from Gourmet Caterers. Among the scrumptious offerings was sweet and sour fish, succulent chicken teriyaki, chicken and shrimp chow mien, Buddha's Delite (veggie chow mien), and pineapple and basil fried rice.

Booths from partners such as GraceKennedy and Caribbean Producers Jamaica Limited (CPJ) served up samples of sweet treats and delectable wines.