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Reggae Hut

4814 Almeda Houston, TX 77004 | Third Ward | 713-520-7171

Location Description:

This dive on the south side of town, which serves traditional Jamaican food, is now owned by the same people who own the Breakfast Klub. They specialize in spicy dishes such as jerk chicken and shrimp, curried goat and shrimp, oxtails and, of course, Jamaican patties, cocoa bread and plantains. Each dish comes with pigeon peas, rice and a veggie medley.


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Details

  • Cuisine(s): Caribbean
  • Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-9pm
  • Price: $
  • Serving: Dinner, Lunch
  • Reservations: Not Necessary
  • Parking: No Parking
  • Payment Types: All Major Credit Cards
  • Attire: Casual
  • Features: Catering, Delivery, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout

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    Whenever a new guest comes to Reggae Hut, Davis offers samplings of some of his most popular dishes: oxtails (bottom), jerk chicken (top left), and curry goat. The goat, good enough to make...
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    Amid the strums of a soft guitar, we continue our chat with Reggae Hut's chef Anthony Davis. EOW: When you were growing up, did you ever cook at home? AD: Oh, yeah. My great-grandmother,...
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    Reggae Hut, the colorful joint on Almeda Road in the Third Ward, serves up delicious Caribbean fare. Customers gobble up oxtails to the sounds of Bob Marley, his lyrics painted elegantly...
  • Dining: Columns
    Short of a trip to Jamaica, the best way to experience the country's cuisine is to try the jerk chicken ($8.50) at Reggae Hut Cafe (4814 Almeda, 713-520-7171). There are several theories...
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    It was miserably cold when I first found the Reggae Hut -- one of those nasty, damp days peculiar to the Gulf Coast in December. Rain squalled from the lowering blue-gray sky, prematurely...
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    When the Reggae Hut's owners say they serve up "authentic Jamaican food and vibe," they aren't exaggerating. Like the gentle motion of waves in the Caribbean Sea, a steady reggae beat rocks...

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