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Bringing the flavours of the West Indies all the way to Australia, Jamvybz is serving up the best jerk chicken and fried escovitch fish this side of the Caribbean. Located in Sydney’s Glebe, down Glebe Point Road and not far from Victoria Park, this lovely Jamaican eatery provides a laid-back, tropical vibe and some seriously delicious cuisine to locals looking for a taste of the tropics. Opened in 2013, this Caribbean restaurant has quickly become a favourite for locals who love jerk, spice and everything nice.
Colourful and comfortable, the environment at Jamvybz is casual enough for a relaxed dinner with friends or family in Sydney’s Glebe. Using authentic and traditional recipes that taste just as if the food came straight from the Caribbean itself, the dishes on offer at this restaurant on Glebe Point Road bring out the Jamaican beach bum in all of us (as if Sydney needed any help). Run by the friendliest staff, you’ll be treated like part of the family at Jamvybz. And with a great kids menu, it’s the perfect place to bring the children for an exciting culinary experience.
Have a look at the Pon Di Bank section of the menu for an array of delicious mains like stuffed-belly sweet potato (a whole sweet potato roasted and stuffed with jerk chicken, coriander, capsicum, pineapple, pumpkin relish and onions) or get the traditional four-hour braised oxtail served with broad beans, spinach, salad, rice, peas and coconut rice. Try out one of this Glebe Point Road restaurant’s amazing burgers – they’re huge – such as the escovitch fish chicken burger or the decadent jerk steak burger served with a heaping pile of chips. Ready to make a trip to the islands? Just make your reservation at Jamvybz in Sydney’s Glebe and taste the tropics without paying an arm and a leg.