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The 4 Best Caribbean Restaurants in Hong Kong When Jerk Chicken Cravings Hit

I still remember the first time I tasted Caribbean food like it was yesterday. I was lounging on a beach and a plate of jerk chicken magically appeared in front of me (well, okay, because I ordered it).  All it took was one bite and I was hooked!

So, when our team was ordered to find the best Caribbean restaurants in Hong Kong, I knew I just had to lead the way. And thankfully I did because now my teammates think I have refined taste when really, Caribbean food is just that good!

After countless taste tests, a few food comas, and a lot of happy dancing, we’ve narrowed it down to only the best Caribbean restaurants in Hong Kong. Check it out!

Maka Hiki


Address: 2/F, The Corner House, Little Tai Hang, 98 Tung Lo Wan Rd, Tai Hang, Hong Kong

Contact Details: +852 2155 1777

Operating hours: Sunday – Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 11:00 PM | Thursday – Saturday: 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM

The ambiance at Maka Hiki alone screams color and tropical energy. And with their bottomless mimosas and rum punches, you really can’t go wrong!

Their weekend brunch is the real deal here. They have fluffy coconut pancakes, delicious jerk chicken eggs, and breakfast burritos that are filling and bursting with flavors. 

If you want to go beyond the usual,  try their grilled pineapple and halloumi skewers. Their creamy coconut shrimp curry and crispy conch fritters with spicy sauce are also hidden gems in their menu.



Address: 20/F, Prince Tower, 12A Peking Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Contact Details: +852 3708 8114 

Operating hours: Sunday – Wednesday: 12:00 PM – 12:00 AM | Thursday – Saturday: 12:00 PM – 2:00 AM

KABOOM offers a great combination of Thai and Caribbean cuisine. Imagine bold Thai flavors like crispy fried red grouper with tom kha kai, next to Spanish-inspired tapas plates and deep-sea tacos dressed in a spicy Thai sauce.

But the real treat in all this is the view. The restaurant is located on a rooftop, with a view of the  Victoria Harbour and Kowloon’s skyline. Time your visit to the golden hour for the best views!

Finally, you can’t miss their amazing and stunning cocktails. The Passion Fruit Mojito, Spicy Pineapple Margarita, and Watermelon Daiquiri are picture-perfect sips that pair well with any meal. 

The Daily Tot


Address: Shop E, LG/F, Felicity Building, 58 Hollywood Rd, Central, Hong Kong

Contact Details: +852 2366 6836 

Operating hours: Monday – Wednesday: 4:00 PM – 12:00 AM | Thursday – Saturday: 5:00 PM – 2:00 AM | Sunday: 4:00 PM – 11:00 PM

The Daily Tot is the quintessential Caribbean restaurant. The place is packed with Caribbean-inspired decor that gives off that laid-back beachy feel.

But, the main event here is their rum. They have an impressive lineup of rum-based cocktails, from your classic Jamaican Wray & Nephew to aged and unique Caribbean blend.

Speaking of, don’t miss their rum flights! It’s like a mini rum-tasting adventure where you can try different types and find your new rum obsession. 

Still, even though it’s rum central, they have some tasty bites too, like delicious burgers to keep you satisfied while you sip and enjoy. 

Mandy’s Caribbean Bar and Restaurant


Address: G/F, 24 See Cheung Street, Sai Kung

Operating hours: N/A

Mandy’s in Sai Kung nails the Caribbean feel with cool decor, super-friendly staff, and live reggae on weekends. The wooden tables on a breezy terrace and reggae tunes create that perfect island atmosphere. 

Their jerk chicken is a must-try, but don’t stop there – try their flavorful stews and crispy conch fritters. You can also dig into some roti with savory fillings, which pairs well with every meal. 

Weekends and dinnertime at her can get pretty busy, so snagging a reservation is a solid move.

By the way, don’t miss out on their happy hour deals! From Monday to Friday, from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, you can grab discounted drinks and delicious bar bites. 

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