Caribbean Cuisine
7433 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77074

  (713) 772 8225
  (713) 774-7428
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about us

Established in 1984, Caribbean Cuisine Restaurant has served the Houston community with quality food and unique service. The restaurant was recently bought over by the current owner Mr. Milton Jones in October of 2013. Tucked away in a quiet plaza at 7433 Bissonnet Ave, Houston TX, Caribbean Cuisine offers a wide assortment of authentic Caribbean soups, savory dishes, mouthwatering desserts, pastries, breads and island treats.

Our services expand beyond the borders of a traditional restaurant as we also provide catering service upon request and most recently we’ve added a mobile unit to our arsenal. With this new addition we provide food on site that is fresh off the grill. Look out for more exciting upgrades, such as the addition of signature sauces like ~ *Tamarind Honey glaze, Honey Jerk and Mango Pineapple Sauce*. As our own celebration of Caribbean culinary culture, we will soon begin a monthly campaign to feature popular dishes from each Caribbean island. We’re gonna make it feel "Just like home".

The satisfaction of every customer is our top priority, reflected in the home style service of our staff. We believe that our customers deserve quality food and exceptional service, and we aim to prove just that each time you come through our doors, reflecting our gratitude for your patronage.

We would love to hear from you, so feel free to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and drop a line. Our goal is to keep things fresh so look out for specials as well as chances to win different prizes as our way of saying thank you.

So drop by to see us and experience a truly addictive taste of the Caribbean.

   

 

meet the owners

The proud owners of Caribbean Cuisine Restaurant, Bakery and Catering are Milton Jones a native of Portland, Jamaica and his wife Sharon of Belize City, Belize. The couple migrated to Chicago in 1978, subsequently exchanged vows in 1983 and now are the proud parents of three. Sharon graduated from Fayetteville State University as a Registered Nurse, and then later attained her MBA from Touro University.

Milton enlisted in the US Army after graduating high school and served for 22 years before retiring, after serving his last deployment in the Iraq War. He holds an MSc in Logistics Management from Touro University, BSc in Management from Park University, and an Associate of Arts~ Culinary from the Art Institute of Houston.

Milton’s culinary passion grew from humble beginnings as he drew inspiration from his father, who rose from selling food from a push cart to owning a plaza complex in his native land Jamaica. His desire to pursue this passion was reignited after he retired from the military and then found the time needed to dedicate to it.

Although he was a good cook of traditional Jamaican foods, he decided to attend Culinary School to broaden his proficiency of food preparation, before venturing fully into the food service business. Prior to culinary school, he devoted his time to working in the family’s business, catering for groups which have exceeded a 300 person headcount.
Milton’s love is food, and he takes great pleasure in being able to share the uniqueness of his cuisine to others.  His hands on approach and friendly nature welcome you to share in the truly addictive taste of Houston… Caribbean Cuisine Restaurant & Bakery
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what is Caribbean Food?

Caribbean food is a fusion of African, Amerindian, European, East Indian, Arab and Chinese cuisine brought on by early island settlers. Natives to the islands have since fused together these influences to create a style unique to the region. Meals are prepared with the freshest ingredients, reflecting a culture of ‘eat what you grow’. Meat consists of animals reared locally, and fish often travels fresh from the fisherman’s net to the stove top; and preparation of which usually includes overnight marinating.

Side dishes typically compromise of fresh garden vegetables either served in their raw state, steamed or sautéed. Rice is a very popular starch, as well as root vegetables such as yams, Tania (yucca), dasheen as well as boiled green bananas are all common accompaniments.

A signature trait of island food is the depth of flavors gained from the use of a variety of seasonings and spices such as fresh garlic, onions, celery, green onions, thyme, bell peppers, pimento, rosemary and bay leaves. Seasonings are use in meals of different varieties the most common being curry, jerk and brown gravy stews.

At Caribbean Cuisine we aim to give you an authentic and addictive taste of Caribbean flavor.

What People Are Saying

 

  • “I have been eating at the Caribbean Cuisine Restaurant since 1988! The food is consistently delicious and keeps me wanting more. It’s always very clean in the dining area and lots of unique choices.

      Zelda Dashiell

  • “Coming from an island in the Caribbean that is cosmopolitan and having access to foods and flavors from many cultures, it was indeed refreshing to have available the diversified menu for me.

      Michael Alexander

  • Caribbean Cuisine has been serving the Houston community in the same location for several decades. The Key to "Miss Ina's" success is her commitment to authenticity and consistent quality.

      Marilyn DJ

  • “It’s been said, that for everything there is a season and a reason… and there’s always a good reason for me to go to my favorite West Indian spot: “Caribbean Cuisine? where the food is great and comforting?.

      Danilo De Pass

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